How to Get Scratches Out of Marble Bathroom Countertops? 

If you own a marble countertop, you might be wondering how to get scratches out of it. There are several options, including good cleaning, sanding, buffing, and polishing. However, the repair method you choose is largely dependent on how deep the scratch is. Marble scratches are not easy to fix, and if they are really deep, you might have to consult a professional. 

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To clean and sand a marble countertop, you will want to use mild dish soap and a soft cloth. Rinse the area well to remove the soap and dry it thoroughly. You will want to do this at least once a week. Then, wipe the area with a dry, lint-free cloth. 

Using a buffing pad is another option, but you should be careful when buffing the surface. Buffing will help remove any scuffs, but you do not want to buff the area too hard or the scratches will return. Make sure to use a reputable brand of the buffing pad. 

Similarly, polishing your marble is a great way to restore its shine. Depending on your needs, you may wish to opt for a polishing kit or a high-speed buffer. The latter will be able to refinish your stone to a nearly flawless finish. 

One of the best ways to keep your marble looking fresh is to wipe it with a soft cloth and rinse it off with water after each use. This will prevent any stains from getting trapped underneath the surface of the counter. Also, make sure to keep any acidic products, such as lemon juice, away from the counters. Acidic products can etch the surface and leave water spots. 

One of the easiest methods to get scratches out of a marble countertop is to buy a scratch removal kit. These kits come in a variety of formats, including a polishing kit, a drill kit, and a handy-dandy manual version. Most scratch removal kits come with a variety of pads. It is not advised to use abrasives or scrubbers to clean marble, as these items can cause damage. In addition, vinegar and other harsh household chemicals will do more harm than good. 

Lastly, there is a product called HG Gloss polish, which is a white liquid polish that can be applied to the scratch with a small brush. When buffed correctly, this will leave a shimmering finish. But before you start, be sure to test the product on a small, unobtrusive area first. A polish that is too dark will show up the scratches more than a polish that is too light. 

Getting scratches out of a marble countertop is a daunting task, but if you do it right, you will be rewarded with a beautiful and functional countertop. However, if you do not have the time or patience to do it yourself, it is always best to consult a professional. After all, you don’t want to add to your bill by having to have your countertop repaired again in the future.