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WATER RINGS BLACK GALAXY GRANITE
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HOW DO I REMOVE WATER RINGS. THE INSTALLER SAID GRANITE WAS SEALED --BUT THE WATER RINGS HAVE LEFT ME DOUBTING IT.I PURCHASED A STAIN LIFTER FOR GRANITE BUT I'M WORRIED IT WILL DAMAGE IT FURTHER. I CAN ONLY SEE THE RINGS AT A CERTAIN ANGLE. ALSO THERE ARE SMALL AREAS OF CLOUDINESS AT EDGES.
Let's start by setting the record straight:
Now that we set the record straight, let see what your options are. Not many, really. You have to demand the replacement of your countertop with a good-grade true Black Galaxy, or else! You can't compromise, because there's absolutely nothing that can be done to make your stone turn from what it is not into what it should be. True Black Galaxy is among the most bullet-proof, care-free stone that money can buy. You can throw anything at it but you won't be able to even tickle it!!
Marblecleaning.org is collecting cases histories of this criminal activity and we could help you with your case, should it come to that. Why don't you start by printing this out and show it to your fabricator?
I would also suggest you to send a copy of this to your attorney, just in case, and to show the fabricator that you mean business.
If that won't do, get back in touch with me and we'll discuss your course of action.
In the meantime…
May I ask you now to please read and e-sign our Statement of Purpose at: http://www.marblecleaning.org/purpose.htm? :-)
Ciao and good luck,
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