Model # POULT PLUS 1 LB

Internet #100672947

Miracle Sealants 1 lb. Stain Removing Poultice Powder
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Miracle Sealants

1 lb. Stain Removing Poultice Powder

  • Works quickly and is easy to use
  • Does not contain bleach
  • Pulls stains to the surface to be cleaned
Was  $4.97
$4.72 /each

Save 5%  through 04/30/2017

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Poultice Powder is an easy to use, fine, non-acidic absorbent powder designed to work with different cleaners/chemicals to draw out most stains from absorbent surface materials. Product will create a paste that will draw stains out of porous surfaces as it dries. Not for use on acid sensitive surfaces.

  • Easy to use
  • Fast acting
  • Non-acidic
  • Non-bleach

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Customer Questions & Answers

Will this remove stains and pencil marks from polished marble?

Will this remove stains and pencil marks from polished marble?
Asked by: Bill
Tile installer used pencil to number my polished white Thassos (marble) tiles, left deep marks on unsealed tiles! Eraser and marble cleaner along with elbow grease and patience got marks off without damaging the polish or color.
Answered by: CJ
Date published: 2017-02-11

We stained our stone patio table with dark suntan oil. Can this product remove this stain

We stained our stone patio table with dark suntan oil. Can this product remove this stain
Asked by: Jean
Hello Jean, Yes, it will help. It make take a couple applications but will lighten/remove the stain. Thank You, Miracle Sealants
Answered by: Miracle Sealants
Date published: 2017-03-24

Will this make white grout white again?

Asked by: Cheryl
Hello, That is a hard question to answer, it really depends on how dirty the grout is and what has stained it. Poultice powder will pull out stains but without seeing the grout we cannot tell you if it will whiten the grout. Thank You, Miracle Sealants
Answered by: Miracle Sealants
Date published: 2016-08-27

Is this safe for use on granite countertops?

Asked by: kissmy
Yes, this product can be used for granite countertops.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2017-03-02
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1 lb. Stain Removing Poultice Powder is rated 3.4 out of 5 by 60.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I believe the key to this product is mixing it with the correct solvent for what you are trying t... I believe the key to this product is mixing it with the correct solvent for what you are trying to accomplish. We've got granite countertops that have turned dark and dingy over time. I called Miracle Sealants tech support and for general food oils and fats, they recommended using acetone. An area that had less staining came out looking really good. Adjacent areas only lightened up some, but not nearly as much as the less effected areas. They make a two-part solution that is much easier to deal with, but I didn't find that it worked as well. Perhaps it is a function of the stains... Two things to note: 1) this stuff only covers a couple of square feet. You will need a lot of it. 2) if you use the acetone, make sure to wear a mask and don't get any of the wet compound on finished surfaces (if you do, you have about 15 seconds to clean it off before the acetone dissolves the finish).
Date published: 2017-02-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Removed caster oil stain on linestone Work great. Mixed with distilled water and applied several times. Pulled out 90 percent of the stain and lighten what was left till it could pass as a movement on the natural linestone
Date published: 2016-12-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I bought this because a friend told me it was good for removing stains on quartz. I applied it ac... I bought this because a friend told me it was good for removing stains on quartz. I applied it according to the instructions, but it didn't take any of the stain away. I am going to try it two more times to see if it will work with more applications. Actually, nowhere on the jar does it say "quartz" and I do not know which website my friend saw the reference to Poultice, but if you can give me any other help to get rid of this stain, I would be grateful. The stain came from two artichokes that I had cut off the stems and left sitting on the counter top which is white. I never knew that artichokes could stain. Maybe Poultice is good on other surfaces, but it didn't help me so far. I will use more of it to make sure, and if you contact me again I will be able to give a better recommendation.
Date published: 2017-03-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I just used this poultice with distilled water on a concrete counter top in my bathroom that had ... I just used this poultice with distilled water on a concrete counter top in my bathroom that had an oil spil on it. Two treatments and the stain was lifted enough to no longer be noticeable. I was skeptical, but this worked. I didn't want to use the recommended mineral spirits because this is a new house (to us) and we weren't sure whether the counter was sealed, or with what, so we decided to err on the side of caution. Highly recommend it! Just follow the instructions.
Date published: 2017-02-21
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I used this on a concrete sink. I mixed it with hydrogen peroxide. After one application there i... I used this on a concrete sink. I mixed it with hydrogen peroxide. After one application there is definitely a noticeable difference in the reduction of the stain. Unfortunately, there is now an issue of the poultice being stuck inside the crannies of the cement and what looks like a white stain at the perimeter of what was the poultice mound. Thoughts: 1. Maybe I should have mixed with a different chemical (hydrogen peroxide might be best used for a white stone which seems obvious in hindsight). Unfortunately I haven't been able to find a table explaining what chemicals to use on what surfaces. 2. Maybe I left it on too long (closer to 72 hrs instead of the recommended 48) 3. I might be able to use an air hose or a rough brush to remove the poultice from the crannies. 4. I may try to fan out the mix more this time and not use hydrogen peroxide, maybe it will help remove the white stain from the first mix on the perimeter. This stuff definitely works... maybe just not the best for cement.
Date published: 2016-11-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I used this product to remove a stain from a brick fireplace. I mixed it with mineral spirits per... I used this product to remove a stain from a brick fireplace. I mixed it with mineral spirits per the guidelines on the website. I covered it with plastic wrap and left it for 2 weeks. I removed the powder and the stain was gone.
Date published: 2017-02-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My granite installer recommended this poultice powder for pulling stains out of granite. It work... My granite installer recommended this poultice powder for pulling stains out of granite. It works perfectly. I would definitely recommend this product for pulling out problem stains in your granite countertops.
Date published: 2016-11-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I used this to remove a prominent water/soil ring that... I used this to remove a prominent water/soil ring that had seeped into a limestone hearthstone from a plant. It took two applications to remove the ring, but it left no trace behind.
Date published: 2017-01-18
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