Care & Maintenance | Marble

If a spill should occur, clean up before the stain has a chance to penetrate the surface. Marble is porous and will stain with beetroot, red wine, some herbs and spices such as saffron or turmeric if left too long on the surface.

Generally, you can clean your marble with soapy hot water. Resealing your marble top every year will ensure longevity.

Never use harsh acidic cleaning chemicals on your marble as they will etch the surface. Only use non-acidic cleaners and or stone specific cleaners which you can purchase from all major super markets.

If stains do happen, remove them with a commercial poultice. Containers such as olive oil bottles are often hard to keep completely dry, and the layer of olive oil on the bottom of the bottle will discolor the marble, leave these types of containers on a shelf or in a cabinet.

Use a cutting board when preparing food. Cutting directly on the marble will damage both your knives and the countertop. Bacteria from meats and other ingredients will get into the pores of the marble, while oils or acidic ingredients will cause stains. 6. Place trivets under any hot pots or pans as direct contact may cause a burn mark or “thermal shock.

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