Natural ways to clean your marble interior

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Natural ways to clean your marble interior

Among the existing natural stones, marble is the brightest and the most beautiful of stone surfaces. The marble interiors have sophisticated and add a distinctive charm to any setting. This soft stone is very vulnerable to stains, scratches, and other damage, which is why a little effort has needed on your part to restore the marble’s luster in no time. Transparent marble can also have discolored by some chemical ingredients. Protect your beautiful investment by choosing natural cleaning products and methods to make sure you don’t cause further damage.

Dust off the dirt

Use a microfiber cloth or broom to sweep the marble floor and clean the marble countertops. It is natural for the dust to accumulate on everything, which is why it is necessary to dust the marble every day.

Don’t wait for the spills to turn into stains

If you spill something on the countertop or marble floor, immediately wipe the spill with a damp cloth to prevent it from sinking into the porous marble and leaving a stain. The stain is stubborn, you can remove it by wiping it with a soft sponge or specially designed rags. If necessary, you can rely on mild organic solvents with a damp sponge to clean the marble.

Oil spills can make marble quite easy and require a little more effort than liquid spills. Sprinkle the oil spill area with cornstarch and leave it overnight. You can clean it the next day with a damp cloth soaked in an organic solvent. Once done, you can clean the surface with water.

A natural home remedy to remove stains from marble is to rub a salt-soaked grapefruit on the stain. This combination works together to remove stains and restore shine.

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