Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 70
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by MS Works as it should for etch marks on natural marble
Our polished bathroom marble countertop had acquired surface blemishes that significantly impacted its appearance. The Water Ring and Etch Remover was very effective at eliminating the etch marks, cleaned and polished the overall surface, and reduced the visibility of stains.
August 2, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Slim Didn't Do the Job
Our white marble kitchen counter has various dull rings and one large dull splotch, caused by vinegar. This product might have blended the rings and splotch slightly into the surrounding, shiny finish but it was difficult to discern a noticeable difference. Followed the instructions. though not quite sure was a "buffing pad" is (used a terry cloth-covered sponge) so maybe a "more aggressive" type pad would have made a difference. At the price it was worth a try!
July 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Allnighter Didn't work for what we bought it for but...
We bought this for etching in our marble fireplace and it didn't do anything. So, of course we put it on the shelf and forgot about it. Months later I was trying desperately to remove these horrible scratches all over our ceramic tile. I had tried everything! Bleach, special cleaners, and I even tried youtube concoctions..no luck. Then I started thinking it needed some kind of polish. My hubby grabbed this and I was so happy! All the scratches, gouge marks, and even old poly from when our wood floors were done by the previous owner disappeared! I couldn't be happier, I may even keep the tile longer now that all those gross marks are gone and it's beautiful again:)
April 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by WeekendWarrior Great product
Second purchase of product. This is an excellent product that works wonders on polished marble tiles. I just installed marble and in the process of grouting the tiles I left hazy scratch marks on the beautiful tiles. In addition, i left some water spots as well from not completely drying the sponge streaks after removing the excess grout. No worries, this stuff buffed out the marble to a shine as nice as it looked in the showroom. Recommend using a decent automobile buffer (non orbital) as I could not have achieved the same results by hand. Use enough water and take your time. I did three 12" squares at a time, then moved on to the next three after I was satisfied with the shine. My only complaint is that it only comes in the little jars for larger floor areas. I have seen poor reviews of the product, but for me it worked amazingly. Just be patient and expect to use a little elbow grease. It requires more than just applying and removing but well worth it.
May 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by No Works as advertised
Used on marble tile in a shower. got the applicator wet and dabbed some on and then scrubbed the tile. was very easy to use and didn't take long to get great results!
May 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Thomas Etching & Repair All in 1
Bought the product 1 week ago . Had tried 1 other product that I applied for days with no results . Bought this product and within 15 minutes my 2 inch etching dilemma on my bran new Mable top was resolved . Thank You
April 8, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by neatojames The greatest thing for etching on marble
Holy smokes, this stuff is amazing. Look at the after picture....I think I could slide across the top of it. I didn't read directions on another cleaner and etched up my marble vanity something terrible. It drove me nuts to look at it every day. After reading a few reviews and seeing the price, I figured I didn't have anything to lose. I didn't use a buffing pad or any handheld polisher. I used 2 bar rags. One as my wet and one as my dry. I dotted the surface with water, sprinkled on the product and started going to town. My counter top looks better than new. It's super shiny and beautiful. The product is a little stinky, so turn on a fan and open a window.
December 19, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by ashley Water Ring Etch Remover worked Great on Honed Travertine Tile that Was Etched
I am a mother who is not very handy. My housekeeper had etched my honed travertine tiles pretty badly with vinegar. I had about 18 tiles that were 20x20 that I had to repair. I used this with a 220 grit orbital sander that I wet. I then hand polished with a rag to get the shine back. It was pretty easy. I have a few tiles that I need to go back and hand shine a little more. It took a few hours, but it was much better than paying a professional. I am very pleased with the result. It is not perfect, but it is 90% improved.
February 10, 2016