Italian marble floors give any home or business an elegant, classic look. The color and pattern variety of this natural stone ensures there's a match for any decor. Maintain your marble floor's beauty with regular cleaning. According to the Marble Institute of America, harsh cleaners and acids can damage the marble. Use only a mild detergent or stone cleaner to keep your Italian marble floor clean and shiny.
Things You'll Need
- Dust mop
- 1 gallon warm water
- 1 tablespoon stone cleaner or mild dish soap
Mop the floor with a dry dust mop.
Fill a bucket with warm water and dish soap or stone cleaner.
Dip a mop in the soapy water and wring out the excess moisture. Mop the floor one section at a time, rinsing the mop in the bucket as often as necessary.
Empty the bucket of soapy water and rinse out the mop. Refill the bucket with clean water.
Dip the mop in the bucket and wring it out. Rinse the floor with the clean mop, working your way out of the room.
Dry the floor immediately with a towel.
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