Video: Repairing a Scratch in a Cultured Marble Countertop / Vanity

Posted on 23 September 2016 by cradmin

This video shows one process used to repair a cultured marble vanity countertop that has been scratched. There is not a lot of information on whose methodology this is or where it is filmed, but it does walk through the various grit changes to get the scratch out of this top.

Because cultured marble typically only has a thin gel-coat top, and are relatively inexpensive, few spend the kind of time developing techniques to fix the material. However, this method appears to work.

Let us know what you think.

You may also be interested in this video on solid surface repair or this video on granite countertop repair.

1 Comments For This Post

  1. Joseph Corlett Says:

    That’s not a scratch; at least not through the gel coat. If you’re though the gel coat, you’re toast.

    I’ve removed glitter that was super glued to modern glossy cultured marble with abrasives and finished with 5X.

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