If a marble surface in your home has accidentally become stained with red wine, do not despair, you can use FILAMARBLE RESTORER or FILAKRISTALL to solve this problem, without having to call in a marble specialist. Wine has an acidic base, and like the most common foodstuffs (lemon, fruit juice, fizzy drinks) it stains marble by attacking the surface. It is therefore important to intervene to restore its original sheen.
How to clean a polished marble top stained with wine
To restore the sheen to the marble top in your kitchen that will have been dulled by the acidity of the wine, we recommend you clean the surface with the FILAMARBLE RESTORER marble-saving kit.
How to use
Application is a two-step process: sanding and polishing. For sanding, use the 3 sponges included in the kit. FILA MarbleOne, FILA MarbleTwo and FILA MarbleThree.
The marble is now stain free and polished and the surface will shine like new.
How to clean a wine stain from a marble floor
To remove wine stains from larger surfaces, such as a floor in polished marble, it is a good idea to use FILAKRISTALL marble and agglomerate crystallizer, which will allow you to restore the material’s surface shine after the abrasion suffered.
How to use
Use a paintbrush or applicator for liquid waxes to apply a thin layer of FILAKRISTALL to the clean dry floor. Leave it to dry for 30 minutes to an hour. Then use a single-brush machine or machine polisher with steel wool disc, continuing until you obtain a high sheen. If the floor is badly ruined and the first application is not sufficient, you can repeat the application. As an alternative, you can spray on the product and then polish with steel wool.