Friday, October 17, 2014
Classic Marble Restoration
Marble can be easily stained, dulled, or etched; this is why homeowners must understand how to maintain their marble surfaces. However, if you have severely damaged or dull marble surfaces, contact us because we offer high quality South Florida marble restoration services.
How To Clean Marble Surfaces That Are Stained - Professional Techniques For Homeowners
Begin the cleaning process by spraying the stain with water. Then, apply a poultice to the affected area. To a make poultice, combine baking soda and water; it must have a consistency of a thick paste. After the poultice is applied, cover the spot with plastic wrap. The mixture must remain on the surface for 24 hours.
Once 24 hours have passed, lift the plastic wrap and use a slightly wet cloth to remove any remaining poultice.
Benefits Of Hiring Our Technicians For Complex Marble Restoration Projects
Our technicians deep clean marble surfaces using high level polishing techniques. The process of making dull marble surfaces look like new is not easy. We use tools that give the dullest surfaces a mirror-like effect.
Bonus Tips For Homeowners
To maintain your marble kitchen surfaces, always blot up beverage spills immediately because marble is very sensitive to acidic substances. To cleanse the area, use hot water and a cleaner that is formulated for marble surfaces. Use a soft cloth or a sponge during all cleaning tasks.