How To Remove Water Marks And Stains From Marble or Granite
What You Will Need Before You Start
- Hydrogen peroxide
- Lint-free cleaning cloth
- Baking soda
- Clean sponge
The marble or granite surfaces in your home are a high-end addition to your home’s beauty. If you know how to remove water marks and stains from these porous surfaces, you can ensure that your counters look lovely for many years to come.
- Soak a lint-free cleaning cloth in a bit of hydrogen peroxide and place it over the stain, leave it over the stain overnight.
- In the morning, rinse the marble or granite clean with cold water.
- Mix ¼ cup of white vinegar, ½ cup of ammonia, and ¼ cup of baking soda with ½ gallon of warm water. It will start to foam, but that is normal!
- Apply the cleaning solution to the marble or granite surface, using a clean sponge. Allow it to sit on the surface for up to five minutes.
- Rinse clean and then dry with another lint-free cleaning cloth.
If you are struggling to remove the stain then you may need to consider a professional cleaning in order to restore the original sheen to the marble or granite surfaces.
Taking the time to learn how to remove water marks and stains from the surfaces in your home can save you a lot of time and stress that would otherwise be spent inadvertently making the damage a lot worse. Remember that when it comes to stain removal you should take the time to do things slowly and right, the first time.