How to Polish Cultured Marble Vanity Tops

marble countertop
  • 1 hours
  • Beginner
  • 20-30
What You'll Need
Cultured marble polish
Nonabrasive washcloths
Warm water
Empty spray bottle

Marble is a luxurious material for construction. When used as the countertop of a bathroom vanity, it automatically enhances the class and aesthetic of the entire room. As great as cultured marble is, it's very important that you care for it properly. Improper maintenance can damage the surface. If any sinks in your home feature cultured marble vanity tops that have become scratched or smudged, you should consider polishing them. Polishing cultured marble vanity tops is surprisingly simple. Read this article and follow the steps below to properly polish your cultured marble vanity countertop.

Step 1 - Give Your Vanity Top a Quick Cleaning

Before going ahead with the polishing process, you'll need to give your vanity top a quick cleaning. Using a lightly dampened, nonabrasive washcloth, vigorously wipe down the entire top, taking care to remove any noticeable bits of dirt, dust or grime. Follow up by drying your vanity top with a clean cloth before proceeding with step 2.

Step 2 - Apply Your Polish

Confirm that the polish you purchased is specifically intended for cultured marble. Cultured marble is extremely sensitive, and the abrasiveness of other polishes is liable to damage it. Once you're certain you've selected a suitable polish, apply it to your vanity top with the aid of a nonabrasive washcloth, then allow the polish to sit for the amount of time detailed on its packaging. Next use a nonabrasive washcloth to buff the top, paying special attention to any scratched or smudged areas.

Step 3 - Rinse off Your Polish

The final step in polishing cultured marble vanity tops is to rinse off your polish. Finish the job by thoroughly rinsing the freshly polished top with a water-filled spray bottle, then using a clean nonabrasive washcloth to wipe away any remaining traces of the polish.