Your bedroom is your sanctuary, and marble flooring adds the most luxurious touch. One of the worst things to happen is getting a stain or scuff on one part of the marble in your bedroom.Find out more ➛
It’s a luxury to have marble decorating your living room, but in such a high traffic space a number of different contaminants can be absorbed into the natural stone with regular use. From dirt and dust to food crumbs collected over time, these can stain and chip the beautiful marble that may be the first thing a guest sees upon entering your home.
If you have marble inside your bathroom, chances are it’s in your shower or sink. Both are used several times a day and may end up with stains from the build up of hair and body wash products as well as water over a period of time. These products tend to include chemicals such as alcohol, acidic ingredients, as well as waxes and fragrances.Find out more ➛
One of the most popular spots to find marble is in the kitchen with lustrous marble countertops. These can double as cutting board tops, as the marble makes for a strong surface that doesn’t scratch as easily as others and tends not to absorb liquid as easily. However, over time, scratches can become deeper, and liquid stains set deeper. Find out more ➛