Marble and granite are beautiful stones that are becoming popular in homes around the world. Usually, found as counter-tops and floors, they offer both contemporary beauty and durability that are hard to match even with current design and construction innovations. But as tough as they can be, the granite and marble tile surfaces are not immune to stains and scratches. Frequent or extended exposure to acids such as lemon juice, vinegar and others can eat away the polish from your granite making them look dull.
To keep the beauty of the marbles, you will need to clean it properly. But before you go out to buy your usual detergents, read first to know on the right steps you need so as to clean your marble effectively. If you have used your marble surface and need to clean it, these easy steps will have everything you need to keep your marble clean and help protect your investment for the future.
The following steps below elaborate how to have your countertops and edges cleaned and polished.
The best way to deal with spots is to clean them immediately. The longer it stays, the more difficult it will be to remove stains from marble. If the spot remains uncleaned for a long period of time then there are some marble stain removal techniques as well as some products available on the market that you can try. If stains can not be removed by these methods, you will need grinding and polishing services.
As long as marble is used in homes, there are household products used to clean the marble. Some of these household products include vinegar, baking soda, and lemon. One thing you need to keep in mind is that you need to use a lot of water with these products. These products contain acids that can damage marbles in the long run. It is important to investigate what are the side effects of some household products used to clean marble.
One final tip is always to use a sealant when cleaning marble countertop.
I hope you will have fun cleaning your marble because the result of cleaning the marble is always good to see, beautiful shine.
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