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Cultured Marble Cleaning and Maintenance

Cultured marble should be cleaned regularly with a nonabrasive household cleaner like a mild detergent solution or window cleaner.

DO NOT clean this product with any abrasive material or cleanser. (i.e., steel wool, Comet, Ajax,Soft Scrub, ammonia-based cleaners, etc.). These abrasives will dull the lustrous finish.

For removing stubborn stains, you can use a nylon scrubber, but a metal scrubber should never be used as it will scratch the surface.

Deep scratches need professional handling, but light scratches can be removed by using a 600-grit sandpaper or hand buffing with a polishing compound. A final coat of Gel-Gloss or automotive polish will get it sparkling again.

For very light scratches only a Gel-Gloss will be enough.

Mineral and hard water deposits can be cleaned by using cleaners meant for removing calcium, iron and other mineral deposits but they should not be left in contact with the surface for long.

Mold and mildew can be removed with a diluted solution of chlorine bleach and water or with Lysol. Never let pure bleach come in contact with your marble.

Certain chemicals can seriously damage your product, even during brief periods of contact. DO NOT let your cultured marble come in contact with any of the following: Clorox or other Hypochlorite bleaches, Hydrogen Peroxide in any concentration, Drano or other Lye solutions, Sani-Flush or other sodium bisulfate compounds, Paint strippers, Comet, Ajax or other abrasive cleaners.

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