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Because hydrogen peroxide is non-chlorine and oxygen-based, it is a safer and superior alternative to chlorine bleach. It removes permanent ink stains without damaging the stone surface or leaving white marks. It also disinfects the surface!
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A poultice is a mixture of baking soda and hydrogen peroxide that you apply to the ink stain to create a soft paste. On marble and granite, hydrogen peroxide can remove stubborn stains from permanent marker ink.
The solution for this seemingly impossible stain is to soak the marks with an Oxalic Acid paste. Mix the powder with hot water until it dissolves and forms a liquidy paste. Apply the paste liberally onto the stain, so the acid solution soaks into the stone surface and begins to lighten the marker stain.