WoOt in the hell is dis?

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  1. Mikey P
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    IMG_20170525_123117.jpg IMG_20170525_123121.jpg IMG_20170525_123222.jpg IMG_20170525_123232.jpg Track house master bath counter..

    Owner etched it real bad with Muriatic..


    He was able to hand polish some shine back to the large marble chunks but the the surrounding what ever the hell it is..

    @Cameron DeMille

    Looks like that old head cheese tile you see in 70's golf course homes...

    What's the fix?
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    Got some chips in the kitchen too..
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    Conglomerate marble
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    What did you tell them about this? Are you going to attempt a repair?
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    I said I'd look into IF the base material can be re polished..
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    The chips I would use glazier from bonstone

    The marble, use a rigid driver to minimize any dishing and start with mb22
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    Agglomerate. Should be easy to polish. The matrix is epoxy resin
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    Why did the resin etch?
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    it's basically plastic, any number of bathroom cleaners would probably damage it
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    So rain 220, 400, 800 and polish?

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