Rated 2.9 out of 5 by 56
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by maeree Not a miracle but a great job on 20 year old cultured marble
Our 20 year old cultured marble bathroom counter tops were heavily stained and, we thought, beyond repair. It was way past time to replace them. So with nothing to lose, my husband came up with a plan: He took the stains (mostly) out with some fine steel wool plus a car finish restoring product. Then he used this polish for the finishing touch. It was an awesome improvement!
I've found that using the usual bathroom cleaners plus non-scratch sponges doesn't completely remove the polish, which I use again every couple of months to renew the (now matte) shine. I
can't be sure, but I think the polish also provides some protection against staining this old cultured marble again.
Bottom line, these counter tops look so much better we can put the expense of replacing them off for a while. So as long as you don't expect a miraculous transformation, I recommend this polish.
September 18, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Beachy not best purchase for problem
I purchased it to rejuvenate my kitchen counter top and it did absolutely nothing. My counter top was in good shape and I expected it to look better. It did not
September 13, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by SWB1 Didn't Shine
I have composite black granite counter tops. I started with clean counter tops per the instructions on the bottle. I placed a small amount, as instructed, on the counter top and polished only a portion of my counter top in order to compare the results. I waited until the polish was dry and then buffed the area to remove the dry polish. I really couldn't tell any difference in the gloss or sparkle in my counter top between the area I had polished and the area where I had not applied any polish.
July 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by mentorgeek Brightened up Countertop
Very easy to use. I bought the applicator sponge but a microfiber cloth would have worked as well. Countertop is fairly new, but has more of a matte finish. This gave the finish just enough polish to brighten it up.
August 9, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Baze Not great
I have quartz Silestone countertops in my kitchen that I wanted to try this product on. They are relatively shiny to begin with and I did not have any scratches to remove, so I just want to give them that fresh look and bring back that shine. I applied the product as directed - which was fairly easy, and while it gave a short term shine, it wore off far too quickly. It does not "rejuvenate" your countertops; I would call this more a product to give them a quick shiny and a nice appearance, but does not restore your previous shine or last very quickly to make a semi-permanent change. Just not really worth it to apply it constantly.
April 25, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by MDT773 Jury is still out
While not the most expensive polish on the shelf, it comes in around #2. Worse is the fact after first use, it doesn't appear to revitalize my granite countertop as advertised. It took multiple coats just to get the surface smooth but even then completely absent is any sense of 'restored luster.' I'm going to keep trying but it's not looking too good.
July 19, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by DIYBob Polishes but doesn't last for long
I wanted to renew my Corian countertops throughout the house and I decided to try this product. Unfortunately the polish just does not last over time. At first, after easy enough application and then buffing with the recommended Rejuvenate Applicator/Chamois product, the countertops were very polished and great looking. However, over time and use, and water exposure, the shine and polish quickly wore off. This product would be great if you're just trying to temporarily polish up the countertops for company, or for a house staging, but it's not a long term solution for scratches, etc. on the countertops. So I only recommend this product for a short-term polish.
April 18, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by rak disappointing
Product claimed to be able to clean and clear all marks. Unfortunately unidentifiable rings are still on the bathroom counter top
June 30, 2016