How to bring back shine to a marble cluntertop?

Irene Tuzzolino
by Irene Tuzzolino

My bathroom counter is dull in several areas. Any diy ideas to bring back the gloss?

  5 answers
  • Rose Broadway Rose Broadway on Jan 18, 2019

    Irene, here's a popular video. Make them shine!!

  • Electra Electra on Jan 18, 2019

    Pledge furniture polish. Works on mine better than the cleaners sold to do the job.

  • Audrey Audrey on Jan 19, 2019

    You may need to have the surface repolished by a professional. Marble will etch from coming on contact with acidic substances. The etching leaves a dull spot. Contact a local granite company and ask them to look at it and give you an estimate. The company I work for has a minimum charge of $125 per hr. The amount of time it will take will depend on how big the top is and how damaged it is. They will need to repolish the entire top not just the damaged areas.

  • Ze Ze on Jan 19, 2019

    I used liquid floor polish

  • Lisa Motley Lisa Motley on Jan 19, 2019

    Before you dish out a lot of money, I would try the remedy they use to clean/polish headlights. Look it up online. It couldn’t hurt before you pay $125 an hour. Just an idea.