CARE INSTRUCTIONS FOR YOUR POLISHED MARBLE PRODUCT
Marble is a natural stone material that is organically porous, soft, and more sensitive to chemicals than other stones like granite. It will show wear sooner than other stone surfaces, but can be restored with correct care and polishing by a stone care professional or restoration specialist.
As marble is a porous stone, many substances that are left on marble surfaces can stain. We highly recommend cleaning any spills immediately with a wet cloth as this will minimise the imperfections to the surface. We also recommend the use of coasters and placemats as some objects may scratch the polished surface.
Fruit juices, soft drinks, wine, and other alcohols may stain or etch the marble surface. Sauces, oils, acidics, and salad dressings are also prone to leave marks on marble. If any of these spill on your marble surface, we recommend cleaning immediately with a damp cloth and wipe dry. Blot spills as wiping the area will spread the spill.
Avoid the use of cleaning solutions below as some may stain, corrode or tarnish marble surfaces:
- General-purpose cleaners
- Bathroom cleaners
- Grout cleaners
- Descaling solutions
- Abrasive scrubs
- Acid based cleaners
- Soft cleansers