How To Clean Marble Stone 2018-01-10 16:08:54

Do you know how to clean the marble ?

Acidic solutions can damage your precious marble surfaces. Here’s what you need to know to keep marble clean and looking amazing

What most people don’t love to cleaning .however, is the concern that comes with cleaning and caring for the popular, porous surface famously susceptible to etching and staining, especially in the kitchen.

Luckily, according to marble experts, where there’s a will, there’s a way, and caring for the classic beauty of a marble surface may be easier than you think.

Here’s how to clean marble countertops.

Actually,It's better to keep clean than how to clean it up.

What you can see is not necessarily a surface stain Because anything that is acidic is going to etch the surface. That’s just the way it is. Because anything that is acidic is going to etch the surface. That’s just the way it is Etching on a marble surface happens

when something like lemon juice, alcohol or tomato sauce is splashed, dripped or spilled onto it. If it is not wiped up right away, the acid reacts and eats away at the calcium carbonate in the stone, creating permanent markings that look like dull, slightly darker spots or rings on the marble. How light hits the marble determines how noticeable the etching is. In some light, the scarring will not be evident at all, while certain lighting will reveal the dulled areas.

Avoiding acidic solutions’ coming into contact with marble applies to cleaning products as well. The Marble Institute of America, or MIA, advises against using vinegar, lemon juice or other cleaners containing acid on marble, including bleach. Experts instead recommend only mild soap and water.

Oil-based stains (grease, cooking oil, cosmetics): Clean gently with a soft liquid cleanser, household detergent, ammonia or mineral spirits.
Organic stains (coffee, tea, fruit, food): Clean with a mixture of 12 percent hydrogen peroxide and a few drops of ammonia.
Rust stains (from metals): These stains must be removed with a poultice and are very difficult to remove. In fact, they may be permanent.
Paint stains: Small amounts can be removed with lacquer thinner or scraped off carefully with a razor blade.

Smoke stains: Commercial smoke removal products are available. Contact a stone professional near you for more info.

Water spots and rings: Buff with dry #0000 steel wool.

But now we have a new product that is easy to keep clean---Micro Crystallize

Do these simple and small methods have been mastered?

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