Tips for marble care
• Protect marbles from scratches. Pointed and sharp-pointed objects, furniture can damage marble products.
• The natural structure of marble can absorb liquids; coffee, orange juice, wine, poured liquids, clean the time with the help of a lint-free cloth.
• Use warm water and soap to remove the marble. Brushes and non-soft cleaning apparatus cause the marble to be scratched.
• After cleaning, take care not to leave wet areas on the marble and dry the marble with a soft cloth.
• Special stain removal solutions or diluted dishwashing detergent prepared for marble surfaces can be used for heavy dirt.
• Stay away from the vinegar. It is not suitable for marble due to the corrosion caused by vinegar which is a natural cleaning agent for many surfaces.
• Oxygenated water in light colored marble is a practical alternative for natural cleaning.
• If you want to polish your marble, use chamois. Chamois cloth is the fastest solution to polish marble surfaces.
• For tough stains, rinse a bowl of baking powder with water and rub over the stained area and cover with stretch film. Clean after 24 hours. You can also apply the same method by making a dishwashing detergent with flour and no abrasive substances.
• Apply starch to surfaces such as the back and sides of the oven where greasy stains occur. After waiting 20 minutes, wipe with a damp cloth.
• For small scratches, wipe with a soapy warm cloth to create a friction. Then dry the surface.
• Never use hard and high-grade abrasives on marble. Polishing abrasives used for polishing nails are ideal for marble scratches.
All these warnings are for information and prevention purposes, regardless of whether the marble is natural, it is the most ideal building material that will preserve its beauty and aesthetics for years or even centuries and add beauty and aesthetics to your spaces.