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Stain on marble/stone table

I HAVE A HAMPTON BAY MARBLE/STONE PATIO TABLE..PAINT FROM A PUMPKIN HAS GOTTEN ON THE TABLE..WHAT DO I USE TO GET IT OFF..BLEACH/..PLEASE HELP..THANKS

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Use a simple paint remover
what kind of paint was used on the pumpkin?

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