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Unread 11-12-2006, 10:03 PM   #1
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restoring cultured marble sink top

Not sure if this it the correct forum for this, or if anyone will have an answer. Thanks in advance for any direction you can send me in. I'm sprucing up a bathroom that has what I think are cultured marble tops with integrated sinks. They could also be acrylic but have more of a cultured marble look to me. They are in good shape but do have some small scratches that can be seen if the you get a good angle with the light on them. I'm wondering if there is a polishing powder or something that can be used to bring the shine back up and negate some of the scratches. I was even thinking of 2000-3000 grit wet sandpaper. There are no stains in them, I just want to make them look a bit newer. Worse comes to worse, and I'll replace them. Thought I'd try something first.
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Unread 11-13-2006, 02:53 PM   #2
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Hi Kevin

Aqua Mix's Renue may work. It contains a very fine abrasive. After TESTing first, you can choose whether or not to do a larger area. Either way, complete by applying a quality car wax.
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