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Marble material is porous and softer than granite which makes it more vulnerable to scratches, cracks, pitting, stains, and even dulling of the shine. Hence, it takes a little more care and
maintenance to keep the beauty of your marble surface lasts.
For normal marble housekeeping maintenance, use a microfiber cloth and clean water to clean up any spills on marble as quickly as possible and consider adding a sealant. Although marble products are usually resealed when manufactured by companies, still it is recommended to reseal your marble countertop at least once a year. Using the sealant will prevent tints and damage and
keep the marble countertops looking beautiful.
Because marble is a porous natural stone, never leave chemicals or acidic items on the marble. The use of these harsh chemicals to clean your marble countertop may cause dullness to its
glossiness. However, mild liquid soaps or detergent powders are acceptable if washing and cleaning are completely done. It is in fact the best particles that you can use as cleaner. To
remove the traces of soap or any cleaning solution, dry the surface with a soft cloth or cottonflannel.
Things to do:
- Seal and polish your marble countertop regularly. Marbles should be sealed every 6-12 months.
- It is important to note to avoid the use of abrasive products to clean the marble counter tops and wipe spills immediately as quickly as possible to avoid food stains.
- When doing food preparation, use cutting boards to prevent the marbles from spills and sealant from scratches
- Avoid dragging heavy objects or appliances over the marble counter tops to cause to marble countertop to damage.
- Use pads or rubber mats under kitchen appliances helps you protect the marble from deep