In modern home decoration, especially the new generation of young people born in the 80s and 90s, especially like the decoration of light-colored series. Most of the bathrooms are made of light-colored stone materials. You will find that after a long time, there will be yellowing and the luster will not be strong. So what should I do to restore it to its original state?

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First of all, you can use a special stone pigment cleaning agent. The method of use is as follows: clean the stains on the stone surface, and then spray the pigment cleaning agent on the yellowed countertop. (Marble stone needs to be diluted with water at a ratio of 1:10-1:20. Granite, bluestone slabs, tiles, etc. do not need to be diluted), apply paper towels and cover with a layer of plastic wrap. Leave it on for 1-24 hours and wash it with a brush. Finally rinse with clean water, if there is residue, repeat the above steps.

Secondly, the following points should be paid attention to in the protection of bathroom stones:

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1 Apply protective agent
The bathroom has been in a humid environment for a long time. Applying a protective agent to the surface can prevent liquid water from entering the interior of the stone and avoid problems such as mold, blackening, and yellowing of the stone. Wipe the protective surface clean within 5 minutes. Try to avoid protective fluid contact with the skin. It is best to dry for 24 hours after protection, and then the bathroom can be used.

2 Clean the stone surface
Because the water drops left on the wall after the shower will leave watermarks and deposits on the stone, you can wipe the bathroom wall with a dry towel or rubber roller after use, and you can use a neutral stone cleaner to clean the bathroom stone.

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3 surface polishing
If the luster of the bathroom countertop becomes dull after a period of use, the stone can be polished. There are many brands of marble polishes on the market. Be careful not to choose products that may damage the gloss of the stone surface.