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Natural Stone Stain Removers

Natural stone stain removers are specialized cleaning products designed to remove stains from natural stone surfaces without damaging them. These removers are formulated to be effective against common stains such as oil, grease, coffee, wine, and ink on natural stones like granite, marble, limestone, and slate.

They work by penetrating the porous surface of the stone to break down and lift the stain, allowing it to be wiped away. It's important to choose the right type of stain remover based on the stone's material and the nature of the stain, as using the wrong product can etch or discolor the stone.

Types of Natural Stone Stain Removers at MB Stone Professional

Our store carries a diverse range of stone stain removers

Poultice Removers

These are absorbent materials used to draw out stains from stone surfaces. They are typically applied as a paste and left to dry, pulling the stain out of the stone as they do. Ideal for deep-set and stubborn stains, especially on sensitive surfaces like marble.

Gel Removers

Gel-based removers are thick, viscous solutions that cling to vertical surfaces, making them ideal for walls or sides of stone structures. They are effective for targeting specific stain areas without spreading the product too thin.

Liquid Removers

These are fluid solutions that can be easily applied and spread over larger surface areas. Liquid removers are versatile and can be used for a variety of stain types, from light to moderate severity.

Waterless Cleaners

These products are designed to clean without the need for water, either in their application or removal. They are particularly useful for areas where water usage is restricted or where water might damage the material, like certain types of stone fireplaces.

Specialized Stain Removers

This category includes products formulated to tackle specific types of stains, such as rust, oil, or heavy-duty stains. Each product is tailored to effectively combat the chemical composition of the targeted stain, ensuring effective removal without damaging the stone surface.

Baking Soda for Stone Stain Removal

Baking soda, or sodium bicarbonate, is not recommended for use on natural stone surfaces due to its alkaline nature, which can be caustic and potentially cause damage. Professional stone cleaners will likely have more suitable and less risky solutions for tackling such stains on natural stone surfaces, ensuring that the stone is not harmed during the cleaning process.

Vinegar for Natural Stone Stain Removal

Vinegar is not recommended for cleaning natural stone surfaces because of its acidic properties, which can damage the sealant and polish, leading to etching and structural harm. The acidic nature of vinegar can cause irreversible damage to natural stone materials like limestone, marble, and travertine. Instead of risking the use of vinegar, it is advisable to opt for professional stone stain removers used by experts.

Frequently Asked Questions About Our Stain Removers

With a wide range of stain removal products, you are sure to find what you're looking for! If you'd like more information about stain removal, read our FAQs below.

Finding the right stain remover for natural stone isn't like finding a laundry stain remover. While laundry stain removers are designed to remove ink stains, makeup stains, grass stains, sweat stains, oil stains, red wine stains, and more, a stone remover treats deep-set stains on hard surfaces and requires professional knowledge.

If you are having trouble deciding which stain cleaner would best meet your needs, you should consult us, and we will point you in the right direction.

A poultice is a mixture of a cleaner and absorbent material that is placed over the stain, allowed to dry, and removed to get rid of stains.

There are many types that you can use, but "poultice" is a generic term used for many different stain-removing mixtures. Poultices can be used to draw stains out of natural stone.

We generally recommend wearing gloves when working with stain removers, but it is important to check the SDS and instructions for more information on safety measures. If you have any questions, you can contact us, and we will gladly provide the information you need.

Absolutely! Our stain removers are effective and can even eliminate set-in stains that a topical cleaner cannot.

Use one of the following means of communication if you need to get in touch with us:

  • Send a text message to 252-289-1584.
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  • Call us at 888-509-5831.

Yes. These stain removers were designed for use by professionals, so if you do not have the necessary expertise or experience, it's essential to pursue training.

We offer classes to help you learn how to remove stains from natural stone. Contact us today to learn more, or click here to learn more about our comprehensive training program.

Natural stone is porous by nature, so if left untreated, it can absorb liquids, food particles, and bacteria. To prevent the formation of an unsightly red wine stain, a sealer like MB-24 Barrier can be applied to form a barrier, keeping liquids and solid particles out.

If you require more information about our products or need help removing a particularly tricky stain, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us. We are committed to offering pre-purchase support and are ready to answer your questions.