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Caring for Marble & Natural Stone

by Derrick Clark

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Posted on May 10 2020

Quarried directly from the earth, marble and natural stone vary in veining, texture and color. Whether polished, sandblasted or hand-carved, each is valued for its unique pattern and natural beauty.  

Caring for Marble Top Furniture

Care for Your Marble & Natural Stone 

  • Address spills immediately with a dry, soft cloth. Natural stone is a porous material, and although it has been sealed, spills should be blotted promptly to minimize staining.
  • Use a soft, slightly damp cloth to dust or spot-clean as needed. Wipe dry. 
  • Avoid using abrasive cleaners, chemical solvents, strong detergents, furniture polish, and cleaners with bleach.
  • Use trivets, coasters, placemats, and adhesive felt pads to help prevent scratches.