This amazing kit is your one-stop solution for light etching, commonly referred to as "water stains" or "rings" on polished marble, travertine, and other calcite-based stones.


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Isn’t marble just gorgeous? It adds a touch of elegance and class to any room. But, let’s face it, keeping that marble shining like day one can be rather challenging, right? Well, let’s talk about one of the most common issues faced by marble owners – etches. These tiny marks or scratches can make your stunning marble surface appear dull and worn out.

Introducing our Marble Repair Kit – a must-have kit to maintain your natural stone surfaces. This amazing kit is your one-stop solution for light etching, commonly referred to as “water stains” or “rings” on polished marble, travertine, and other calcite-based stones. It works best on lighter-colored stones. Get ready to bring back the shine to your stone surfaces with this kit!

Marble Repair Kit includes:

This kit should be used in the above order as well.


  1. MB-11 is NOT for honed finishes!
  2. MB-11 is NOT for dark stones!
  3. All powders are packed by weight and not by volume.


Step 1: MB-5

  • Hold sprayer about 6 to 8 inches from surface.
  • Spray a light mist over the area to be cleaned.
  • Let the product sit for approximately 30 seconds.
  • Buff the surface dry with a paper towel or a clean white cloth.
  • When towel becomes wet, discard and start with a fresh one.

Step 2: MB-11®

  • Use rubber gloves. Grab a clean white cloth or microfiber and fold it twice to make 4 layers. Wrap it tightly around your fingers/knuckles. Hold the loose portion of the towel in your hand so that it stays out of the way while you work. Dampen the wrapped fingers by spritzing them with water. Remove any excess water as you want your cloth damp, not wet.
  • Tap your damp cloth into the powder in the jar to get a THIN layer on your wrapped fingers/knuckles. There should be a consistent layer of powder, but no excess flaking off.
  • Rub the affected area vigorously with the wrapped fingers in a back-and-forth motion. This should be done quickly and with a lot of pressure. After about 10 back-and-forth motions, finish up with a few circular motions.
  • If you have any residue left do NOT wipe it away with the cloth until you have neutralized it with a pH-neutral cleaner like our MB-5. Use the loose part of the towel to wipe away the paste in a single motion. Spray the spot with a pH-neutral cleaner and buff clean with a SECOND microfiber cloth. Do NOT use the same cloth used to apply the product.
  • Inspect the repaired area and repeat the process with the same cloth as necessary. Adding more water if needed.

Step 3: Finito Ultimate

  • Spray Finito Ultimate Spray Polish misting it evenly over the surface.
  • Wipe and buff in with a microfiber, or other soft cloth.
  • After the product has been spread evenly, flip the cloth over and buff dry.

For large countertops or stone surfaces, MB-11 is NOT recommended and the Finito Ultimate Spray Polish may be buffed in with a low-speed (600 RPM) machine and a wool bonnet, or white pad. All are available at MB Stone, just give us a call at 888-509-5831.

Frequently Asked Questions

What causes water stains or rings on natural stone?

How can I prevent damage to my marble surface?

Does this repair kit help to repair chipped marble?

Can I use the kit to repair a broken marble countertop?

What is marble etching?

How can I prevent etch marks on polished marble?

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