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Stains Removal


Shower Wall after Mold Roots Removal

The mold stains were removed by deep grinding and brightening by long contact with some aggressive chemicals. more...

Yellow Stains Removed in One Hour

Yellow Stain Removed On Benchtop

Picture of the counter area where the yellow stains were removed by brightening with various chemicals and methods. more...

Brightening Rusty Stains On Marble (With No Poultice)

Bright Stains On Tubtop Edge Reduced

Marble has pores and thus permeable, so it is easy to leave a stain and often impossible to remove the stains, especially on such white marble. We were able to brighten them to less obtrusive shade. more...

Topical Splotchy Blots On Marble Island

Topical Stain On Marble Workbench

In order to avoid such undesired spottings, you should know:  marble is afraid of spilled coffee, tea, juice, sodas, wine, ketchup, dressing, etc. A sealer may help in some such cases but in not all cases. more...

Yellow Stains by Sink before Removal

Yellowing Stains Removal

Sometimes the light marble countertops begin to acquire an undesired yellowish shade. To remove yellowing spotting, try to apply on a stone surface and leave for a few hours a saturated solution of soap, and then more...

Color Stains Removal Service

Undesired stains can occur when a colored liquid absorbs into the stone body, into micropores below the surface and cannot be cleaned by any cleaner or wipe-off method. The stain is inside the stone, so surface more...

Undesired Organic Stain on Granite Tiles

Organic Stain On Granite Removal

Granite does not require special maintenance conditions, such as floors and products made from marble. The dense structure of granite, in most cases, does not allow moisture and dirt to soak into the pores, forming more...

Rust Ring on Granite Counter

This undesired stain caused by metal can left on granite for several days. Regular cleaning was useless. The de-staining service has to be provided. more...

Brown Rust Stains On Marble TubTop Edge

Blemish Bright Stains On Tubtop Edge

Taking into account the content of minerals in marble, there is always a risk that the iron in the rock can rust. A beautiful picture can deteriorate when iron, deep inside the rock, changes color under the influence more...

Stain from Bath Products on Marble Vanity

The marble is susceptible to undesired stains and possibly caused by various bathroom products such as hand soap, metal can, hair dye, etc. more...

White Mantelpiece Oily Adhesive Blots

White Mantelpiece Oily Stain

The organic blots/smears were left by Christmas Decorations adhered to the marble panel. Often there is an opportunity to remove such stains with special gels, and organic stains from a light stone often can be removed more...

Hair-dye Blots Removal from Limestone

Keep in mind that marble is porous and susceptible to stains, making it a fast absorber of colored spills, smears, which may add unsightly undesired marks on the surface. more...

Oily Specks on Flamed Granite Floor

How do I clean the undesired stains? The faster you wipe away the leaks, the better your chances of cleaning effectively. You can use soft marble cleaners from the local store, or you can make your own cleaning agent, more...

Coffee Machine Blotchy Stains before Removal

Coffee Blemish Undesired Stains Removal

Spills and drops from coffee, tea, wine can leave ugly undesired marks. To avoid this, immediately wipe the stain with a damp cloth and then apply to the remaining stain with a special “Mangiamacchia – Spot more...

Blots On Top of Marble Surface Sanded Out

Topical Stain On Marble Cookbench Removed

The blotchy stains were topical and easy to removie with top layer of marble. Sometimes light countertops begin to acquire a yellowish shade. To remove such film, try to apply on a surface and leave for a short time a more...

Concrete Floor after Blotchy Yellow Smears Removal

The yellow smears were removed with various chemicals without affecting or discoloring an original finish on the concrete floor. Removed within one day without poulticing. Located in West Village New York, NY. more...

Unknown Yellow Smears on Concrete Floor

The concrete floor got some yellow stains from unknown source. The challenge was to remove the stain only, without affecting the original concrete coat. Located in art gallery in West Village New York, NY. more...

Brown Limestone Countertop before De-Staining

This kitchen limestone countertop was stained due to normal cooking and usage. There are many oily and unknown stains. more...

White Fireplace Oily Stain Removed

White Fireplace Oily Stain Removed

Picture of the de-stained fireplace where oily stains were removed from under top shelf stab. more...

Organic Stain on Granite Tiles De-Stained

Organic Stain On Granite Floor Removed

Granite is known as impervious to liquids and is actually less absorbent than a marble. However, if a substance like oil will soak into a granite floor, it will leave a dark-colored stain, that could be extracted and more...

Coffee Stains on Carrara after Destaining

Coffee Stains After Removal

Stains from coffee, tea, wine can leave an ugly mark. To avoid this, immediately remove the stain with a damp cloth and then with moisten white linen napkin in a mixture of hydrogen peroxide and a few drops of ammonia more...

Gray Granite with Flamed Finish after Oily Spills Removal

Picture of the gray granite with flamed finish after specks removal. The oily stains were removed with peroxide and heat in a couple hours. more...

Brown Limestone Countertop Before Stains Removal

We removed most of stains from marble without poulticing and grinding within one day, saving time and money. more...

Hair Dye Marks on White Thassos Marble

It should be noted that sometimes marble damage occurs at a chemical level. Even when cleaning with stone cleaners, you inevitably harm the marble. Even spilled body oil, hair dye, shampoo, hand cream or shower gel can more...

Vandalism Paint Graffiti On Granite Block

Vandalism Paint Graffiti On Granite Block

Lawrence Middle Public School graffiti paint removal. Lawrence, NY more...

Hair Dye Stain Removed from White Thassos Vanity

The piece was repolished, buffed, stains removed and sealed. more...

Vandalism Graffiti On Engraved Granite Block after Removal

Vandalism Paint Graffiti On Granite Block Removal

Lawrence Public School engraved granite block after graffiti leftovers removal. Located in Lawrence, NY more...

Soap Stain on Marble Vanity Completely Removed

We removed the stain by just deep polishing and buffing, the stain wasn’t too deep and stayed on the top. more...

Removed Rust Ring from Granite

The stain was removed in a few hours by using various chemicals and techniques. To save the time and money  we successfully avoided poulticing. more...

Mold Roots on Shower Wall Removal

The mold roots are going on some depth into a marble pores, and often can be treated as regular stain. In some cases a tile with a mold stain can be replaced only. more...

Hair-dye Stain Removed from Bathroom Tiles

The stains were removed with bleach penetration and then re-polished. Fortunately the stains were not absorbed too deep and successfully removed without poulticing. more...





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    ☎ 800-347-3182
    ABC Stone Inc.
    2165 Brigham st.
    Brooklyn, NY 11229

    Serving Areas:


    Manhattan, NY
    Brooklyn, NY
    Queens, NY
    Bronx, NY
    Staten Island, NY
    Long Island, NY
    Other Areas
  • We work with:


    Natural:
    Marble
    Granite
    Limestone
    Sandstone
    Travertine
    Onyx
    Slate Stone
    Serpentine
    Quartzite
    Exotic
    Others
    Man-Made:
    Corian®
    CaesarStone®
    Silestone®
    Engineered
    Quartz
    Epoxy Resins
    Terrazzo
    Concrete
    Ceramic
    Porcelain
    Others
  • Reviews:


    Lynn W. Avatar
    Lynn W.
    5 star rating

    Eugene blew us away with how fantastic our bathroom turned out. We recently moved into an apartment and were disappointed by how poorly the marble stone was kept. A friend recommended Eugene, he was very responsive and professional. You can tell he takes pride in his work. He spent two full days polishing, cleaning, caulking and grouting the entire bathroom and it looks like new. Before he left we asked for a proposal for the kitchen! I highly recommend him and would use him for every stone job we have moving forward.
    He is simply the best.



    Elle S. Avatar
    Elle S.
    5 star rating

    The first, I was impressed with how fast they got back to me after asking for a quote. Eugene was professional, fast, and keep his promises. He communicates well and it was very easy to work with him, and I was very pleased. It is very important to me that people who I work with is professional and trustworthy. I can see a long-term relationship with them and am very happy to find them. By the way I found them by looking for an answer on Houzz for my question about my furniture.



    Leonard K. Avatar
    Leonard K.
    5 star rating

    Eugene did right by us! Lowest estimate of several I received, but no corners cut. Very patient answering all my questions by email, super professional and respectful in my apartment, including thorough cleanup, and my counters look great!



    Shaun S Avatar
    Shaun S
    5 star rating

    Eugene was great. My contractor ruined our "travertine" floors. Our contractor used the wrong grout and my pale colored stone floors looked dirty. Eugene to the rescue! Eugene scrubbed, polished and regrouted the bathroom stone floor and it looks just the way it was meant to. Eugene told us that the stone was really limestone. He was quiet and went straight to work. I found him to be very respectful. He saw we had new flooring in the house and took off his shoes. Class act. We highly recommend Eugene. Now my family can finally move into our first home.



    Allison M Avatar
    Allison M.
    5 star rating

    Eugene absolutely saved the day for us, and we are so grateful. With only 3 days left to move out of our BK apt, our movers cracked a priceless family heirloom marble dresser top. We were devastated! A friend of mine who does object restoration for museums gave me ABC's website, and Eugene spent a day communicating with me, and came, to our home (in a mask) the very next day and restored our marble on location and in our tight time frame. When he was finished, it was stunning, and we are beyond grateful to him. I hope I never need his services again, but I strongly recommend him to others. At the end, he even helped us correctly package the marble for our move so we didn't need to have the movers risk harming the marble again. We are so grateful to him!



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