|Brand||Simple Green||Miracle Sealants||Simple Green||Granite Gold|
|Name||32 oz. Multi-Surface Floor Care||1 lb. Stain Removing Poultice Powder||24 oz. Naturals Floor Care||32 oz. Stone and Tile Floor Concentrate Cleaner|
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The way this stuff seems to work is by Applying it on stain and creating an air tight seal over it. I’m not sure if you could do that on brick
Yes, it should. Be sure to clean stone with distilled water prior to applying the paste. Cover with plastic, but allow to breathe so poultice can dry. Allow at least 24 hours--I let mine for 48 hours. You made need to repeat, but product does work. Good luck!
Yes I think it will. It is great on granite tile .
Probably. However, I would clean the marble first. Then use the poultice. If it doesn't work, try again using nail polish remover instead of the water. May have to be treated more than once. Cover according to instructions and let dry completely.
I would think so. Mix with water and follow directions. It did a great job removing a plumbers putty stain from my granite
Probably not. It didn't remove anything. No stains, no marks, nothing. It probably only removed surface dirt because I mixed it with water which would have done that anyway. I can not express how disappointing this product is or how much its going to let you down.
It should be a liquid with the same "base" (water, oil,solvent etc) as the stain. I would start with water assuming rust is/water based.
no It removes nothing. It just makes a mess and doesnt do anything to clean the surface. I saw no appreciable difference from before or after or on adjacent stones from the test stone.
Not sure. I used it to remove a plumbers putty stain from my Granite countertop. You’re supposed to mix it with a liquid with the same base as the stain. I mixed with paint thinner and it worked like a charm. Not sure how it would work with dried grout
my best answer is to call the maker of the poultice. gl.