Marble tables are a stunning addition to various rooms in your home. Like any other natural stone surface, it is important to make sure that you take
care of these surfaces. Proper care will ensure that they look their best for many years. Here are some cleaning tips to keep in mind.
You should wipe down these tables regularly to keep surface dirt at bay. Always use a non-abrasive cloth or sponge. Warm water is also great since
it will not cause damage like harsh chemicals can. Once you have wiped it down, make sure that you dry the surface thoroughly.
Protecting the stone
You can also take specific measures to avoid damaging the surface. In other words, you should always place any dishes and glasses on some sort of support
or coaster so that the dishes are not in direct contact with the marble. If you happen to spill something, make sure that you wipe up the spill
right away and dry the surface immediately too.
To remove oil-based stains, you can use a liquid cleanser suitable for marble. Coffee, tea and other organic stains like fruit can lifted with the
help of baking soda and water. Rust stains are tougher to remove. You may need a poultice to get these out. You can use a small amount of paint
thinner to loosen paint stains before very gently scraping them off. Remember, if you are not comfortable with DIY stain removal, call your local
Proper care on a regular basis and prompt action when it comes to stains are essential if you want to prevent permanent damage. The last thing anyone
wants is to feel forced to cover up such an elegant piece of furniture. While you are at it, ask your stone supplier about sealants and how to
seal your marble table.