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4 oz. Water Ring and Etch Remover

  • Removes water rings, scratches, and etches from stone surfaces
  • Restores natural shine fast on floors, tables, walls and more
  • Apply non-oxalic acid compound by hand or floor machine
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Miracle Sealants 4 oz. Water Ring and Etch Remover makes it easy to maintain and restore the shine on natural stone floors, tables, vanities and walls. Non oxalic acid formula provides a fast, effective polish and works on interior or exterior stone surfaces. Easy to use powder for polishing marble, travertine, terrazzo, limestone and more.
  • Non-oxalic acid, polishing compound restores natural polish on stone
  • Fast acting powder removes water rings, scratches and etch marks
  • Cost effective solution works with a floor or hand machine for easy application
  • Unique maintenance cleaner covers up to 75 sq. ft. per 4 oz. bottle

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4 OZ-Ounce


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  • 3.3
    out of 183 reviews
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​i have a coffee table with marble top. i had no idea stone was pourous, until too late when ther...
​i have a coffee table with marble top. i had no idea stone was pourous, until too late when there were stains in it! worse, there was also etching, when the stone gets a dull matte finish and has a feel with a slightly sandy feel. i found out the etching is due to liquids and beverages that are acidic and which blemish the surface. and i mean really basic beverages and drinks can do this -- orange, lemon, pineapple, cranberry juice and other. the stains were a little mortifying to me because the table was pretty new! i immediately researched webwise what to do. one article said to do a baking soda / water mix, and let it sit there. i did that, it did nothing for the etching, then i read in another article that is to absorb stains but it won't remove etching. so lo and behold, a little more research... i find and order this. this is a powder, you mix it with water and it makes a paste. it says rub this around with a non-scratching scrubber part of a sponge in a circular motion. i did just that and... le voila! it worked! this was for fairly LIGHT etching splotches and rings. i've included photos where you can see the milky discoloration (which are also circled, and which also have a green pointer pointing at them). this only took about 5 minutes of some circular rubbing and yes indeed, the stains came out. very happy on that. on a second table we had though, which had (and still has!) years of much larger stains on it, this removed a bit of the etching. but the etching on this second table seemed much deeper and looks like it needs significantly more elbow grease or maybe a power bugger with this ring / etch remover powder. because my muscle power and only a few minutes did not do the trick to any significant degree. i'll spend a little (or probably a lot!) more time and rubbing here to see if it happens... and update then. but for light stains and etching... this definitely got rid of them and made my marble looking marble-ous again. definitely recommended. ; - )
by BubbaHank
  • DIY
  • Recommended Product
16 people found this helpful
Very good and cheap product
Very good and cheap product
by Basim
  • Verified Purchase
  • Recommended Product
Worked for me
I used this product to remove etching on marble vanity tops caused by using incorrect cleaning products. After doing a bit of research and watching videos on YouTube I decided I had a good chance with this product. There are certainly limitations to what this product can fix, e.g stains or etching that are too deep. It worked great for me. One thing I recommend is using a powered buffing device. I didn't have a buffer but ended up using a round buffer pad with a cordless drill-worked almost as well, maybe just a tad harder to balance it. If you do use a power buffer, make sure to cover the surrounding areas as it will send bits of powder and paste flying, and for the same reason use moderate speed, faster is not better. Using my drill, I found that having it set to "screwdriver " speed was better than "drill" speed as faster speed would send more polishing material flying and also dry up the work surface too fast. There were a couple of tough spots that I had to apply the process to twice after drying the surface and seeing leftover etch marks.
by DYILandlord
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    22 people found this helpful
    Removed pickle juice etching from kitchen travertine tiles
    My grandson broke a jar of pickles on my travertine kitchen floor and the juice moderately to deeply etched about 12 of the 16x16 tiles in front of the refrigerator. Searched the internet for fixes and tried a couple that didn't work. Found this Miracle Sealants product on Home Depot website and IT ACTUALLY WORKED. Tried the 30-50 rotations as stated in the instructions but it took about 100 rotations on each little 2x2 area I was trying to repair. I think it took that many since the etching was pretty deep. I tried using a machine hand sander with the fine sandpaper as others mentioned but that didn't work for me. So after A LOT of elbow grease for this big area that was damaged, I was very relieved and thankful it worked and didn't have to use an expensive service.
    by miraclerepairer58
    • DIY
    • Verified Purchase
    • Recommended Product
    13 people found this helpful
    It took some serious elbow grease, but after using this...
    It took some serious elbow grease, but after using this product the etch marks we had on our cultured marble countertops are gone! I’ll definitely keep this on hand for the future!
      I can’t get it!!! I’ve tried. On a wait...
      I can’t get it!!! I’ve tried. On a wait list
      by HomeDepotCustomer
      Response from Rust-OleumSupportApr 2, 2021
      Let's see what we can figure out! We need to know more about your application with Rust-Oleum Miracle Sealants Water Ring & Etch Remover to make the best recommendation for you. Please feel free to call us at (800) 350-1901 to discuss further. - Rust-Oleum Product Support 5 Rustoleum
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      Did not remove simple water stains from marble coffee table...
      Did not remove simple water stains from marble coffee table
      by jdc
      Response from Rust-OleumSupportMar 23, 2021
      Keep in mind that our Miracle Sealants Water Ring and Etch Remover is designed to be mixed with water to create an abrasive slurry, then buffed to remove stains from the surface. If the stain is not removed, an additional application or more thorough buffing with a polishing machine may be necessary for complete removal. - Rust-Oleum Product Support 2 Rustoleum
      • Verified Purchase
      Repaired a fairly large area of a marble counter that...
      Repaired a fairly large area of a marble counter that had been damaged by a cleaning product that spilled
      by HandyKen
      • Verified Purchase
      It’s a hard to get item...and it speaks volume....after trying...
      It’s a hard to get item...and it speaks volume....after trying several products, this one actually works...
      by Ace1
      • Verified Purchase
      It removed a few of the rings and spots, but...
      It removed a few of the rings and spots, but not as much as I would have liked. Seemed like the "fresher" marks came out better than the older ones.
      by MARY
      Response from Rust-OleumSupportFeb 19, 2021
      Thank you for sharing your experience, Mary! Please keep in mind, Rust-Oleum Miracle Sealants Water Ring and Etch Remover can be used on its own for small areas or trouble spots. However, for heavy-duty cleaning, the product may need to be mixed with another product.
      - Rust-Oleum Product Support 3 Rustoleum
      • Verified Purchase
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