Caring for Your Marble Countertops
Marble is soft and porous by nature, which means it can etch, scratch, and stain if not cared for properly. If you are using marble for your kitchen countertops, always use a cutting board when preparing food, and avoid contact with acidic liquids such as vinegar, red wine, and citrus juices. These substances can stain the surface if they are not cleaned up promptly.
When cleaning, use warm water and a few drops of dish soap or mild surface cleaner. Avoid harsh chemicals and abrasives which may scratch or etch the surface of your marble countertops. Do not use non-PH balanced cleaners or anything designed to remove lime, scale, or rust. No Bleach, ammonia based products, or Vinegar.
All natural stone countertops are sealed with our DRY Treat 15-year sealer after installation.
When choosing your materials, we want you to make a selection that best fits your needs. We’ll go over the properties of your marble countertops with you before you decide, and address any concerns you may have so you can make an informed decision. If you have any questions, contact us today.
Please Note: Samples of material may not match the final slab. When slabs arrive we give customers the option to view and approve the material before anything is fabricated. This allows you the chance to see the patterns and variations within the slab and to feel any rough patches or pitting within the stone.