How to Clean and Care for Marble
Marble isn't as tough as you may think; it's a comparatively soft stone that is easily scratched and marred. Chances are you paid a lot for it, so keep it clean and take good care of it. To keep your marble looking new follow the advice in the steps below.
- Chamois Cloth
- Marble Polishes
- Marble Polishing Kit
- Cleaning Cloths
- Superfine Sandpaper
- Hydrogen Peroxides
- Clear Ammonia
- Neutral Cleaners
- Stone Sealers
Wipe down marble surfaces with a damp rag and buff dry with a chamois for routine weekly cleaning.
Use a neutral, non abrasive cleaner (such as acetone, hydrogen peroxide or clear ammonia) for tough stains.
Apply the cleaner with a cloth and buff dry.
After cleaning, polish marble surfaces using a marble polish containing tin oxide.
Protect marble floors with a stone sealer, and use standard non abrasive floor cleaners to clean them.
Place coasters under glasses and put plastic under cosmetics on marble surfaces. Use rugs to cover marble floors.
Refer scratches of any depth to a professional.
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