To Seal or not to Seal?
Sealing marble with a professional sealant protects your cherished surface counter, table top, or floor from stains and other damage. Although new surfaces will usually come with the appropriate sealer, old surfaces may be in need of a touch up; check the manufacturer’s instructions for guidance.
Caution: If the counter is used for food preparation, be sure to check that the product has been safely approved for this purpose.
How to Clean Marble Tiles & Table Tops
Cleaning marble counters or table tops is relatively straightforward when using this simple method:
Remember: Always test new products or cleaning methods on a small, inconspicuous area before application. If unsure about a product’s suitability, consult the manufacturer’s instructions. If discolouration or corrosion occurs, cease using product immediately and seek advice from a professional.
A Gentle Method for Cleaning Marble – Washing Up Liquid
- Dilute a good quality washing up liquid or dishwashing detergent in warm water
- Submerge a soft cloth or sponge
- Squeeze out the excess water
- Gently buff your worktop to remove dirt and stains
- Use a clean tea towel to dry and remove streaks
There you have it! Just a few ways to make cleaning marble a simple and stress-free process, leaving you with beautiful, streak-free surfaces.