Refinish cultured marble by using automotive finishing compound. Spread the compound over the marble surface, and allow it to dry to a haze. Using 1,000-grit sandpaper, just sand away the finishing compound, either by ha... More »

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Restore marble by cleaning, repairing, honing and polishing the surface. Remove deep stains using poultices of soft paper and cleaning chemicals. Protect marble surfaces by applying sealant annually and wiping spills as ... More »

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Restore the shine of marble floors or counter tops by buffing with a polishing compound. For scratches and grooves, use sandpaper to remove the grooves, then buff with the polishing compound. More »

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Contractors can find cultured marble sheets direct through the manufacturer and in some local hardware stores. These sheets contain more than 75 percent marble dust suspended in a liquid polyester resin. More »

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Slabs of cultured marble can be found on many online retailer websites, such as Alibaba and U.S. Marble. Prices vary between retailers, so shop around for the best deal. More »

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Refinishing cultured marble involves cleaning, repairing, sanding, priming and polishing the marble surface. The necessary tools and materials in this project include a sponge, soapy water, distilled water, marble primer... More »

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Repair cultured marble using an epoxy gel-coat finish. Prevent damage to the original gel coat by avoiding the use of abrasive cleaning products, such as scouring powders, when cleaning cultured marble. More »

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