Marble.Statuaretto-Vento
Marble.Statuaretto-Vento
Marble.New_Savoir
Marble.New_Savoir
Marble.Ottimo_Bianco
Marble.Ottimo_Bianco
Marble.Dark-Emperador-1
Marble.Dark-Emperador-1
Marble.Daino-Reale-1
Marble.Daino-Reale-1
Marble.Calacatta-Roma
Marble.Calacatta-Roma
Marble.Caribbea_Breeze
Marble.Caribbea_Breeze
Marble.Breccia_Paradiso
Marble.Breccia_Paradiso
Marble.Arabescato-Vagli
Marble.Arabescato-Vagli
Marble.Calacatta-Lincoln
Marble.Calacatta-Lincoln
Marble.Calacatta_Carrara_Honed_20mm
Marble.Calacatta_Carrara_Honed_20mm
Marble.Stella-Ivory
Marble.Stella-Ivory

Marble, composed mainly of calcium carbonate, is sensitive to acidic solutions. This means any acid, whether a splash of lemon juice, a damp margarita glass, or an acidic cleaner such as vinegar, can eat away at the surface, creating dull spots known as etches. Some folks consider etches part of a countertop’s character, while others opt to grind down the top layer and re-polish the surface when enough etches accumulate. So strive to keep your countertops an acid-free zone.

As with all our products we recommend the use of chopping boards, pan stands and trivets.

CLEANING

General cleaning is so simple—another reason for marble’s popularity. Just be sure to avoid products containing acid, including lemon juice and vinegar. Though you can buy non-abrasive stone cleaner specifically tailored to marble, still read labels carefully to avoid damaging your surface. Alternatively, you can save money and use a mild, non-abrasive, pH neutral (non-acidic) soap mixed with water, which is all you really need to clean marble countertops.

Please feel free to contact us for any specific stain removal.

MARBLE USE AND CARE.