Maintenance For Your Marble
- Avoid Using vinegar, bleach, and hydrogen peroxide, and other harsh and abbrasive cleaners on your marble. Do not use rough sponges, steel wool, and other abrasive objects on your marble.
- Seal Your Marble: Taking the time to seal your marble helps repel stains but doesn't make your countertop stainproof. If you're not sure if your marble countertop needs to be resealed, pour a little water on it and if the water no longer beads up then it's time to reseal.
- Removing Stains From Your Marble: You may find, even with being cautious, you will eventually stain your marble. If this happens, spread some poultice paste onto the stain and then cover it with plastic wrap and seal the edges of the wrap with painter's tape. Give it 12-24 hours to dry and then scrape off the paste and wipe the area down with a damp cloth. If it's a deep stain, you may have to repeat this process.