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Marble Repair Kit

Marble etch Repair and Repair Kit I MB Stone Care

MB Stone Care


Corrects light to medium etching and light scratch patterns.

Availability: In Stock | SKU: MB-MRK

Marble Repair Kit includes:

(1) Quart of MB-5 Stone & More Multi Surface Spray Cleaner

(1) Quart of MB-13 Stone Shine Spray Polish

(1) 8oz MB-11 Touch Up Etch Remover


MB Stone Care Marble Repair Kit is an essential care product for your natural stone surfaces. This terrific kit will enable you to take care of your light to medium etching, aka "water stains" or "rings", and very light scratch patterns on polished marble, travertine and other calcite based stones. This kit works best on lighter colored stones.

All powders are packed by weight and not by volume.

To get the most out of your kit, use products in the following order:

Clean the surface using the MB-5 Stone & More Multi Surface Spray Cleaner. Make sure the surface is dry before beginning the next step. Then you can apply the MB-11 Touch Up Etch Remover according to the product instructions. All product instructions are located on the back side of the label and under the individual product descriptions on this website. After using the MB-11 Touch Up Etch Remover, it is recommended that you clean the surface again using the MB-5 Stone & More Multi Surface Spray Cleaner. For your final step, you will want to use the MB-13 Stone Shine Spray Polish to add a protective shield over your newly polished marble. This will give your surface an added pop of shine and help make routine cleaning a breeze. Remember you can use the MB-5 Stone & More Multi Surface Spray Cleaner for your routine cleaning too.

MB-5 Stone & More Multi Surface Spray Cleaner uses a pH neutral combination of special chemicals that quickly and easily cleans marble, granite, ceramic, corian, porcelain, glass, including mirrors and most other hard surfaces. It also works great on bath and kitchen fixtures. Safe to use daily. Not designed to clean heavily soiled areas or remove soap build up. (For heavy duty cleaning and removal of soap build up, use our MB-3 Soap & Mineral Deposit Remover.)

MB-11 Touch Up is a unique combination of specialty abrasives and catalysts that make the art of marble polishing relatively easy to implement without the need of any power tool. MB-11 Touch Up is designed for spot polishing of most “water stains” or “rings” from polished marble, travertine, and any other calcite-based stone.

MB-13 Stone Shine Spray Polish penetrates, enhances, protects, smooths and beautifies all polished stone surfaces. It adds shine and creates a protective shield that repels water, reduces finger marks, and makes routine cleaning easier! It also visually restores slightly worn down surfaces to like-new condition! It's a terrific product for polished stone countertops, shower enclosures and stainless steel surfaces.

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  • Oct 31st 2019 / Bill Simpson


    MB Touch-Up

    I had several large dull spots (etched with vinegar) on one of my bathroom vanity counter tops. After using the MB Touch-Up they are totally gone! This stuff REALLY works!

  • Jul 16th 2019 / Robin Burris


    Marble Repair Kit

    I purchased the kit to repair two large etch marks on my Carrara marble bath vanities. The kit was a little pricey, but every time I looked at the etch marks, it bugged me. I have to say, the kit worked really, really well. It takes a little elbow grease, but the etch marks were removed about 90 percent. You use very little product, so the kit will last a long, long time. Smaller sizes, at a more economical cost, would have been nice.

  • Apr 11th 2019 / Anne


    Marble etching

    I’m definitely a rookie at this, but it was harder than I expected to use, and didn’t come out as improved as I had hoped. I knew it wouldn’t be a complete miracle fix. Our builder’s super told us to use vinegar to clean our marble bathroom counters. We are left with four bathroom counters etched by this. It’s not been fun!

    It can sometimes a couple times, depending on the color of the stone and how deep the etch is. We'll be happy to help.