Re: restoring cultured marble walls
Posted by artistic marble co. lawton ok. on March 21, 19100 at 23:56:17:
In response to Re: restoring cultured marble walls
: : I have a ten year old shower that needs to be replaced. The walls are cultured marble panels and mouldings approx. 3/8" thick. They have become dull and slightly discolored with age. Before i replace them with anouther wall system, does anyone know how to resurface them? Leo

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