There are many homes that are built with marble in the kitchen, bathroom, or on the flooring. Like anything else though it needs to be maintained and well cared for if you want it to look the same as the first day it was installed. Of course, this takes time and effort on your part, but you’ll be happy when you see over the years your countertops look just as beautiful 10 years down the road. Stone Restoration Works has your best interest at heart and with years of knowledge, we can help you make the right decision for your marble. With the only ones around in the state of Colorado that preforms the work that we do, we can help in many ways that others can’t. Here are some of the best ways to protect your marble.
Sealing Your Marble
What you need to know about sealing your marble is that it is very important in making sure that your marble doesn’t begin to stain from liquids that can spill on the countertops. The sealant that you put on the marble acts as a repellent. However, this doesn’t mean that it is going to be stainproof. You need to keep an eye on how water forms on the surface. When the water stops beading then you know that it is time to reseal your marble.
Cleaning Your Marble
Cleaning is essential when it comes to the longevity of any surface. There are many cleaners out there, but acidic and abrasive ones are not the answer when it comes to cleaning. Choose cleaners that are specifically for marble. This will ensure that you’re treating your marble surface with the best care possible. Cleaning is often the first line of defense when it comes to preventing damage, stains, and scratching.
No doubt there is more than likely going to be stains, scratches and sometimes even cracks in your marble. If you’re worried that you’ll do more damage than good in trying to fix the problem, then don’t hesitate to call the professionals today. Stone Restoration Works can polish and reseal your marble. More than that we can fix cracks and chips that will make your marble look like new again. Call us today or fill out our online request form to get a free estimate today!
By Stone Restoration Works 3-6-2019