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Can Stains and Scratches on Marble Surfaces Be Fixed Partially (Locally)?

Can we fix the stains or scratches on marble countertops, tables and coffee tables locally?
In other words, can we solve our problem by applying only to the desired area, without applying to the whole area? When an application is made in this way, will there be a difference in color and brightness compared to other places that are not done?

Our company receives many questions on this question. We wanted to tell you with a case study that you can get bright looks like before, by wiping and polishing only the desired areas, locally (locally).

In the applications, our registered trademark and imported product Abramer Dry Erase Pads and Abramer Wet Polish Pads were used.

Abramer Dry Wipe Pads; 1 Set – Grid Numbers: 50 – 100 – 200 – 400 – 800 – 1500 – 3000 (7 numbers)


Abramer Aqueous Polish Pads; 1 Set – Grid Numbers: 300 – 500 – 1000 – 2000 – 3000 – 6000 – 10000 (7 Numbers)


Now let’s move on to the implementation stages. We will try to explain the application in 2 stages. The first stage is the removal of scratches or stains on the marble, the second stage is the polishing stage.

STEP 1: Removing scratches with Abramer Dry Wipe Pads:

In order to remove the scratches, dry wiping was performed with ABRAMER DRY WIPE PADS using 100, 200, 400 grids.


During this process, scratch removal was done with a hand polishing machine without shaking. While you are applying, if your scratches are not taken with 100 grid numbers, you can get scratches with 50 and then 100 – 200 – 400 grids. As a result, the next grid will correct the action with the previous grid. You should work up to the grid suitable for your natural stone. (Dry Pad Grids: 50 – 100 – 200 – 400 – 800 – 1500 – up to 3000.)

Since we do this locally, the trick you should pay attention to while moving to the next Grid number is that a place with a slightly larger diameter than the previous grid should be made in the next grids.

It is normal for the gray color to occur on the table. You don’t need to be nervous as our stone has returned to its original raw state. By polishing and polishing, our stone will reach its former shine.

STAGE 2: Polishing and polishing the marble table:

After removing the scratches, Abramer Polishing Pads were used to bring the table back to its own color, to make it slippery and then to polish it.


Abramer Polishing Pads were attached to the hand polishing machine sequentially, and a 7-stage polishing process was carried out, starting from Grid: 300 to 10 000 with water. During this process, the surface of the table should be washed with clean water after each step, and after waiting for 1-2 minutes, the next grid number should be changed.

(Abramer Polish Pads Grids: 300 – 500 – 1000 – 2000 – 3000 – 6000 – 10000)


During this process, the rotation speed of your hand polisher can be kept at a medium level. Our most important number is the 1000 numbered grid here. While doing this trick, you should not switch to the other number without correcting the missing or wavy parts after the table dries. Since the grid numbered 1000 is for polishing and polishing after the grid of 2000 and beyond, it will not cause any fluctuation or color difference on the floor. This is our most important point on the marble table.


While doing this application, the important point to be made is that there is no difference in color and brightness and that the polishing process can be done locally. When it is applied to a slightly larger area on the surface, there will be no difference in brightness and color on the floor when moving to the next grid.

The final state of the table, which is polished and polished again, after removing the stains and scratches in a certain area, is as follows.

You can contact us to get information about our other applications, to order products or to have an application made.

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