Restore the shine to a marble surface by preparing the surface, sanding the marble with a power sander, then buffing the surface with a marble polishing compound. The type of marble and the extent of the damage determine... More »

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Repair pitting in a cultured marble sink by protecting the drain, filling deep pits, sanding, buffing and applying a gel coat. Cultured marble is a mixture of stone and resin, making it lighter and easier to work with th... More »

Remove ink, dye and paint stains from marble by absorbing them using a paste of baking soda and water. While marble polishes to a smooth, shiny appearance, it is a porous stone that readily absorbs many stains. The prope... More »

Painting a wood subfloor requires a putty knife, a hammer, a nail punch, a sander, a vacuum, floor-leveling compound, primer, paint, paintbrushes, paint rollers and a polyurethane sealer. Oil based paint provides a harde... More »

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Sanding hardwood floors is a straightforward and relatively simple task involving the use of a floor power sander to work on the middle part, the edges and the corners of the floor. Sanding the edges and corners also req... More »

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The Discount Tile Outlet's services include the sale of various tile surfaces, such as ceramic, porcelain, slate, marble and travertine. Additionally, the company also sells wood flooring, glass tiles and granite counter... More »

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Giving painted surfaces the appearance of stone or marble, suede, sandstone, sponging or a chalkboard is possible with the use of different interior paint faux finishes. With the proper instruction and preparation, faux ... More »

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