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Marrble Etching

Posted by arizonalady1 (My Page) on
Tue, Oct 2, 12 at 21:39

Has anyone used Vitremela the new etch barrier product by the company Dry Treat. It appears from the YouTube video that it would prevent etching on marble, but I would really like to hear from someone who has personal experience with it.
Thanks


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RE: Marrble Etching

This is at least the third product name I've seen from them. I had to go through a lot of insisting to get a sample treated with it and was glad I did. To me, the treated surface felt like it had a plastic coating. It took a beautiful natural stone and made it more like a laminate. I'd rather have laminate.

I can't speak for what they are marketing now or even whether it is different in name or substance from what I experienced. Before you pay a significant amount of money and then have to have it periodically retreated (not something you can DIY), make sure you get a treated sample and are happy with both the look and feel of it and the way it performs.


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RE: Marrble Etching

Thanks so much for your info. Hadn't thought of It altering appearance. I certainly will now. Did it it prevent etching? And what type of counter did you end up choosing? Thanks


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