Bleach Spots on Black Stone Vanity

My wife used a spray cleaner that had bleach in it. Our black stone vanity top now has bleach spots. They are just dull spots, almost as if it ate through a finish. You can't tell when it is wet. Is there anything I can do?

Brian from Trenton, GA

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December 20, 20070 found this helpful

Brian:

Use a black felt tip marker (permanent ink) after you have colored in the spot very well, use clear nail polish(sparingly) and let dry. You may have to use this process again, depending upon what you clean it with later on. I use vinegar water for all of my cleaning in the bathroom...safe and effective.

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