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Old 03-24-2013, 06:15 PM   #1
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I used tilelab matte sealer and finish for my granite counter top and it dried dull and streaky, now what?

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lo-speed grinder, black pad section ( floor machine scrubbing pad ), xylene, & elbow grease will remove most of it if you're fortunate,,, not certain why anyone would use that sealer but its not my c-top,,, you don't mention if the c-top was polished, hones, or thermal but, since most are polished, that's what i'd do

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mike's a super-moderator & may be correct,,, in my experience, most suppliers won't have the answer IF their product's been used incorrectly & as a way to avoid liability,,, certainly worth a try, tho
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http://www.custombuildingproducts.co...questions.aspx

Says right on there web site and in the directions on the bottle not made for polish granite.
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