Marble Top End Tables

Aug 2nd

Marble top end tables – To clean the surfaces of the marble tables caution and special care is needed. Because marble is very soft and is prone to damage by acid, this should be taken into consideration when choosing cleaning products. Remove all items from the table or marble surface; use a soft, clean, dry cloth to remove food residue and other debris. If there is plenty of oil left on the marble surface after cooking, take a clean cotton towel and moisten with a little acetone, you can find in a hardware store, and clean the marble surface.

Marble Top End Tables white
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If a neutral cleaner is not available, marble top end tables mix one teaspoon dish washing liquid with no citric 4.5 l (1 gallon) of hot water, wet marble surface with the mixture, after a few minutes rubbing the marble with a white soft pillow. Remove excess solution with squeegee and a new clean cotton towel; pass a cloth over the surface to remove the remaining soap.

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Marble is very sensitive to acids marble top end tables such as vinegar, salad dressing, tomato sauce (ketchup), tomatoes, wine, soft drinks, citrus drinks, lemon products; the list goes on. Make an effort to protect the marble surfaces of these products. Use markers under heavy accent pieces used as table surfaces or utensils. Sealants not protect marble surfaces against etching.