Just recently I had marble floor tile installed in my kitchen. I purchased HG Impregnating Floor Sealer and attempted to apply it as directed. It turned out okay for the most part however some spots near the grout lines left a visible line on the tile where the squeegee overlapped. How can I remove the sealer from these particular tiles so that I can reapply the sealer. These areas also have some fine air bubbles which need to be removed as well. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I was reading somewhere, that wet sanding may be an option. Anyone have any comments on this?
Polished marble? If so, you wasted your money as no polished marble will take a sealer. Physically impossible. But reapplying the original selaer and wiping it all off with a rag is about all I can suggest.
Oh - and fire the guy who told you your polished marble needs a sealer. And good luck with marble in a kitchen and start increasing your luck by finding a reputable stone restorer - you'll need him one day.
“The average American woman is about 25 pounds heavier than she was in 1960...Recognizing obesity as a disease will help change the way the medical community tackles this complex issue that affects approximately 1 in 3 Americans,”