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Marble polishing and etching are commonly misunderstood. Those dull "water spots" and "glass-rings" (etch marks) are baffling. And often people hold false assumptions and have incorrect ideas about how to polish marble or how marble polishing is actually performed to create a shiny surface finish.
It's a common myth that the shine on marble counter tops and floor tile is achieved by applying some type of chemical or "polish" to the surface. Not exactly. The "shine" on marble is not something that sits on top of the marble... it is part of the marble itself. While there is one situation (etching - see below) where a chemical compound can be used to polish marble.Read More
Marble (travertine, limestone and any "calcitic" stone too) is sensitive and reactive with certain types of foods, products and chemicals, which can damage the surface finish leaving dull and/or lighter-colored whitish spot often described as a "water spot", "water stain", "glass-ring", or "ghost stain".Read More