Marble & Stone Restoration

---Your Complete Stone, Tile & Grout Care Professionals---

Poultice Stain Removal On Granite, Marble and all natural stones

At Marble & Stone Restoration we strongly recommend that all stone surfaces are sealed with our breathable sealants see link to sealing.

When natural stone surfaces such as floors & kitchen benchtops are left untreated or haven't been sealed correctly staining can occur. When staining has occurred it's recommended that we use a POULTICE STAIN REMOVER which is a dual purpose, non acidic problem solver. Poultice is an absorptive clay that is designed to remove deep set oil, tannin and grease stains. Depending on the severity of the staining the poultice process may need to be repeated up to three times. Unfortunately we cannot always predetermine the depth of the stain. Due to this reason we cannot guarantee this process will always work. The poultice stain remover is fully effective 50% of the time and occasionally will only improve the stained area. 

All of our clients are given the best advice possible to ensure the easy maintenance of their natural stone. All required cleaning products that are recommended are given with easy to understand instructions, also if required in home demonstrations are available.
Removing stains on natural stone
& tile surfaces such as:
  • Marble
  • Travertine
  • Limestone
  • Granite
  • Sandstone
  • Porcelain
  • Terrazzo
  • Engineered Stone
  • Reconstituted tiles
  • Basalt
  • Onyx
Removing stains on areas such as:
  • Floors
  • Tiles
  • Foyer floors
  • Shower walls and floors
  • Walls
  • Countertops
  • Benchtops
  • Vanities
  • Spa surrounds
  • Tables
  • Bartops
  • Bathroom floor tiles
If you or your clients have any enquires regarding our services, please feel free to contact the Marble & Stone Restoration staff today for your free stone, tile and grout care evaluation.

Rejuvenate your natural stone & tiles

Poultice Stain Removal on Granite, Marble and all Natural Stone

Brisbane | Sunshine Coast | Gold Coast | Tweed Heads