Old rust stains can be particularly difficult to remove so if you attempt to remove them a few times and nothing seems to be happening you might have to call in a professional.
How to remove yellow stains from marble.
Iron deposits that are embedded in white marble tile especially carrara marble are typically the cause of this type of stain.
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For minor paint stains you can use lacquer thinner to remove them.
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It started out faint has gotten brighter and appears to be growing.
Is there any way to remove it without damaging the siding.
I heard you can sand stains out of cultured marble.
I have a cultured marble sink in my bathroom that has a large brown stain in it.
If this process is applied to a white marble floor that contains moisture it will turn the marble yellow.
Other materials with strong pigments such as cumin curry powder coffee grounds and leafy greens should be swept up right away if they are spilled.
Like many other stains that are common on marble you can remove etch marks using a poultice.
I would strongly suggest having this done by a professional.
Rust stains on marble tend to be yellow or light brown in color and the stains on my mantlepiece had a definite yellow brown cast.
A yellow brownish stain has begun to appear on the marble bench slab.
More persistent ink stains and larger paint stains can be removed with the help of a marble poultice that will soak up the pigments from the stain within a couple of days.
As with organic stains you can use a poultice made with 6 percent hydrogen peroxide to remove any ink stains.
To remove yellowing due to a wax or coating buildup the marble will need to stripped with a commercial wax stripper.
Each one of these above stains have a unique method of removal.
This is a material made from a porous solid and a solvent some sort of liquid to form a paste type material that has the consistence of cake icing or peanut butter.
How to remove ink stains and paint stains from marble surfaces you can use lacquer thinner to get ink stains from markers pens etc and small amounts of paint out of marble.
If these deposits are exposed to water they can rust and leach through to the surface causing the yellow brown stains.