MB Stone Care MB-11 Marble Polishing Powder CASE
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A UNIQUE COMBINATION OF SPECIALTY ABRASIVES AND CATALYSTS THAT MAKES THE ART OF MARBLE POLISHING RELATIVELY EASY TO IMPLEMENT WITHOUT THE NEED OF ANY POWER-TOOL. MB-11 IS DESIGNED FOR SPOT POLISHING OF MOST WATER STAINS OR RINGS FROM POLISHED MARBLE, TRAVERTINE AND ANY OTHER CALCITE-BASED STONE.
BE CERTAIN TO TEST PRODUCT FIRST ON A SPARE TILE OR INCONSPICUOUS AREA FOR EXTRA CAUTION BEFORE USE.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE: USE RUBBER GLOVES ALL THE TIME WHEN HANDLING PRODUCT. Apply a couple of pinches of powder on the dull spot to be restored and spread it evenly over approximately 2 square inches. Using a spray bottle spray a mist of water over the powder to moist it. Don't make it too wet. Using a clean piece of terrycloth (a washcloth will do fine) rub the powder back and forth, using the heel of your hand (only a mild pressure is necessary), until the area treated is dry and shiny (it shouldn't take more than a few strokes). Repeat if necessary. To finish with a œprofessional touch, spray a bit more water, then, using the cloth with the area of it where the powder is stuck on the surface of the stone, rub in circles (with a little pressure), starting small and widening, then back, etc. until the stone surface is dry and shiny. This will make for a perfect blend.
For the final cleaning to eliminate any residue, spray a little of MB-5, Marble, Granite & More Spray Cleaner, then rub it dry.
WARNING! CAUSES EYES AND SKIN IRRITATION. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. Avoid contact with eyes, bare skin and clothing. Wash thoroughly after handling.
FIRST AID: In case of contact, flush eyes immediately with plenty of water until irritation subsides. If irritation persists call a physician. Flush skin with tap water until clean. If swallowed do NOT induce vomiting. Drink plenty of water and call a physician. The product is not poisonous. Contains: Aluminum oxide, citric acid, potassium oxalate and other inert ingredients.
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