How To Remove Deep Stains

Forgot to seal and now you have a deep, stubborn oil-based stain on your stone? 
A natural stone poultice will wick up the stain and restore your stone back to its original condition.

Items needed
• StoneTech 3 Oz. Oil Stain Remover 
• Tool to mix & apply poultice (plastic or wood spatula) 
• Tool to remove poultice (brush) 
• Mineral spirits

1)    Always test in a small inconspicuous area to determine that the desired
        results will be  achieved. 
2)    Make sure surface is clean, dry and free of waxes and coatings. 
3)    Using a plastic or wood spatula, stir poultice thoroughly to mix. 
4)    Apply a 1/4” thick layer of paste to the stain. Insure that the paste 
        extends at least 1”-2”  beyond      the edge of the stain. 
5)    Do not cover. 
6)    Allow 48-72 hours for paste to completely dry to a powder. 
7)    Sweep up powder with a dry brush and discard powder. 
8)    Allow poultice to completely dry from the stone. 
9)    If stain is not completely gone after drying, repeat process. 
10)  Clean up residue and tools with mineral spirits. 
11)  To prevent future staining, reseal the area with a sealer designed for 
        stone. We recommend using StoneTech 24Oz. Natural Stone sealer. 
12)  Regularly clean surface with a neutral, maintenance cleaner formulated
        for stone. We recommend using StoneTech Revitalizer.

Note: Above instructions are for reference purposes only. Please follow label directions on back of actual product.