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post #1 of Old 04-11-2020, 10:56 AM Thread Starter
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Hi, Not sure where to post this

hi all, Pleasure to be here, I don't see a specific marble/granite subsection in the forum so ill post this here.

I have a marble top kitchen bistro table in my kitchen that is full of swirl marks, they are not deep as i can't feel any scratch with my finger nail but the swirl marks are literally all over the shiny marble top table, i don't know if its just the clear coating thats ontop thats scratched, im a true novice when it comes to this stuff but how would i go about buffing the scratches out of the marble? is there some product i can buy to do it by hand? i bought the table with the scratches already in place (it was discounted at a great discount but i didn't know it was scratched this bad but i opted to keep it regardless when it was delivered to my home)

I tried buffing the table using "ScratchX" and a microfiber towel from the Meguiars brand which is an automotive product to remove scratches from car paint but it didnt anything to the marble.

i attached photos of the swirl marks below, its hard to capture with the camera but its very evident when the lights in the ceiling reflect on the table and all the swirl marks show throughout the entire table top
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