- Clean the Spills the Moment They Occur
- Because marble floors are porous, they will absorb liquids and water – including stains and spills. It is advisable to wipe off the spills immediately as they happen. To clean it, use a damp cloth or microfiber mop.
- Never Air Dry the Floor
- By air drying your floor, the cleaning solution gets absorbed and can stain or discolor your floors. Ensure that you always use a towel or cloth to dry the marble floor after you complete mopping.
- Use Mild Cleaners
- It is advisable to use a PH-neutral cleaner when cleaning marble floors. These cleaners are gentle and safe to use but less efficient when getting rid of tough stains.
- Mop Occasionally and Sweep Regularly
- Dust makes marble floors appear very dull. Large grains of dirt may scratch your marble floors when dragged on your feet or shoes. If you sweep regularly using a dust mop or soft broom, you will keep dirt, dust, and scratches away. Marble floors do not require regular mopping, so keep mopping to a minimum, and it will help preserve your marble.
- Lastly it’s always good to get a maintenance plan with a professional company that will polish your marble floors for you on a regular basis.
Etching in marble is a common problem that can be prevented with proper care. One way to maintain the quality of your marble is to