Asked by: Gretta Panayotovasked in category: General Last Updated: 26th January, 2020
How do you redo cultured marble?
- Dampen a piece of 220-grit sandpaper.
- Wipe down your vanity surface with a clean, soft cloth.
- Dampen a piece of 400-grit sandpaper and, beginning again at one end, evenly sand the entire cultured marble vanity surface as you did before.
- Dampen a piece of 600-grit sandpaper and sand as you did before.
Also question is, can cultured marble be refinished?
Cultured marble countertops are excellent candidates for refinishing instead of replacement. Over time cultured marble can become scratched, chipped, stained, or simply out-dated. Miracle Method can repair any damage and refinish the surface eliminating the need for expensive replacement and re-plumbing.
Secondly, can I use bleach on cultured marble? Although bleach is a generally accepted cleaning agent for marble, it's relatively harsh. Only use bleach sparingly to clean your marble. Same as when using vinegar or hydrogen peroxide, dampen a clean, soft rag with bleach, wring out excess, and drape the rag over stains.
Considering this, can you change the color of cultured marble?
Cultured marble is a mixture of marble dust and binder that, while it looks like marble, isn't as resistant to damage or staining as actual marble. To fix this, you can change the color of the cultured marble vanity top as you would any other surface with a new coat of paint.
Do you have to seal cultured marble?
Sealing Cultured Marble. Cultured marble is a popular product for countertops and shower surrounds. This gel coat helps to protect the cultured marble from staining or etching. Normal use, hard water and even toothpaste can break down this gel coat, requiring the cultured stone to be resealed with a new gel coat.