Marble Cleaning

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Introduction to Marble Cleaning

Marble is a beautiful and elegant natural stone that is popularly used for flooring

countertops, and decorative features in homes and commercial spaces. However, with regular use, marble can become dull, stained, and damaged, losing its shine and appeal. That is where marble cleaning comes in, a process that involves cleaning, polishing, and protecting the marble surfaces to restore their natural beauty and prevent future damage. In this article, we will discuss the three essential steps involved in marble cleaning.

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Cleaning Marble Surfaces

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The first step in marble cleaning is to remove any dirt, dust, and debris that have accumulated on the surfaces. This can be achieved using a soft-bristled brush, a damp cloth, or a pH-neutral marble cleaner. It is important to avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive cleaners that can scratch or damage the marble surface. Once the surface is clean, it should be dried thoroughly with a soft, absorbent cloth to prevent water spots or streaks.


With more than ten years of industry expertise, we are well-equipped to take on even the most challenging restoration project.


We pride ourselves on our exceptional craftsmanship and pay close attention to every detail to ensure nothing is overlooked.


We prioritize your satisfaction above everything else, and we understand that our job is not complete until you are completely satisfied with our work.

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Polishing Marble Surfaces

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The next step in marble cleaning is to polish the marble surfaces to restore their shine and luster. This is usually done using a specialized marble polishing compound and a polishing machine with a soft pad or a buffing pad. The polishing compound is applied to the surface, and the machine is used to buff the surface in a circular motion until it becomes smooth and glossy. It is essential to use the right amount of pressure and speed when polishing to avoid damaging the marble surface.