Kitchen - traditional kitchen idea in San Francisco


Traditional Kitchen, San Francisco

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Susan Jacobs wrote:January 28, 2013
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    7 years ago
    No bleach!!!! Treat it like a countertop...
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    Arch Studio, Inc.
    7 years ago
    First of all, use a high quality sealer designed for marble. Marble can be scratched by grit so it is important not to use an abrasive cleaner. Instead, try using liquid dish soap and warm water. Rinse the soapy water and then dry the marble with a soft towel. Acidic cleaners are a definite no-no with marble since they can eat into the marble and cause damage. This includes even mild acids like vinegar or lemon juice, both of which can cause permanent damage to your marble. If you do have a tough stain then you can find a marble polishing powder at most hardware stores.
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