Taking Care Of Polished Marble Floors As with many heavily polished tiles or stones (excluding diamond), marble can mark. You wouldn't like this to occur. Consequently you can take a few precautions. Maintain furniture from scratching the marble floor by placing them on rugs or carpets. If that's not really possible, make sure you utilize pads or furniture protectors underneath the feet of the tables, dining chairs, or china units. These items can be found in various sizes and dimensions at most hardware shops. It's additionally possible to cut felt pads and fasten that onto the underside of the furniture. That way, if you need to move a heavy couch, it won't scratch the surface of the marble, and you'll be able to effortlessly glide it to its new position. Use dust mops - not brushes - to sweep up surface dust or debris from your marble. Spray the actual dust mop with anti- static spray.  That will ensure less effort to attract and hold the dust particles. When the marble requires mopping, work with a clean, new mop dipped in fresh clean warm water which contains a drop of dish washing liquid (fairy or similar). Squeeze out as much water as you can and gently damp mop the whole surface of the marble floor. You should dip your mop regularly into the clean water and wash out the dirt. Avoid using this mop for any other flooring, other than the marble floors. Don't leave water upon the surface of the marble when you are through damp mopping. Make use of either clean terry cloth towels or even soft paper towels in order to wipe up the moisture from the whole surface of the floor. As soon as floor is completely dry, you may buff it with dry paper towels to restore the shine.
Do's and Don'ts   DO dust mop stone floors frequently   DO clean stone floors with a neutral pH cleaner or stone soap DO thoroughly rinse and dry the floor after mopping   DO blot up spills immediately   DO protect stone floors with non-slip mats or area rugs DON'T use agua fuerte, vinegar or others acid cleaners on stone floors DON'T use cleaners like bathroom cleaners, grout cleaners, or tub & tile cleaners (they may contain acid) DON'T use abrasive cleaners
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