Travertine Stain from Mr. Bubble
by Jean Cannon
I tried cleaning a crack in the travertine with Mr. Bubble and set the can down.
Now I have a stain from the bottom of the can where the product rand down the sides of the can.
It is not rust but the liquid from Mr. Bubble.
How can I get this off the travertine?
Sorry to hear Mr. Bubble is giving you some problems. What has happened is Mr. Bubble must have a little acidity to it.
The slight acidity has etched the travertine surface.
I'm assuming the etch mark is pretty light, meaning if you run your finger across the area, you don't feel anything.
If it's deeper, you feel something with your fingers.
We sell a product you can use to buff that light etch mark out.
It's called MB-11 Marble Polishing Powder.
Here is the Link:
If you are having trouble with the link go to any page on my website and on the right-hand-side is the Stone Care Product link.
Go to the this link and scroll down until you find the MB-11 Marble Polishing Powder.
Once you order it and it arrives at your home, read the directions very carefully.
In a nutshell, you will put a little powder down and add a few drops of water and then use your palm of your hand to buff out the etch mark.
It's easy and you'll get that etch mark in one try.
Please after you purchase and use the product come back and comment on the this same Q&A.