Marble Countertops Description:
Although marble is a beautiful and durable stone
surfaces that is often chosen as a countertop material, a lot of
homeowners use marble in only select areas of the kitchen, like bars,
islands, and baking areas.
Marble Countertops Pros:
Marble is tolerant of hot surfaces. It is a
gorgeous material that automatically updates the look of any kitchen.
Marble is a preferred surface for many bakers because of the ease of
rolling out dough and pastries on it's surface.
Marble Countertops Cons:
Marble is softer and more pourous than granite.
This makes it susceptible to scratches, pitting, cracks, stains, and
even dulling of the shine. It may take a little more maintenance and
upkeep to keep your marble looking nice.
Cleaning Marble Countertops:
Dust at least once a week with a soft microfiber
cloth. For wet cleaning, use a damp cloth and a pH-neutral cleaner
designed for stone. Check with your countertop company for their
Do not use regular cleaning products that can etch
the stone surface over time. Never use abrasive cleaners that will
damage and dull the finish. Acidic foods like tomatos, citrus fruits,
and even our trusty friend vinegar will damage marble.
Marble Countertop Regular Maintenance:
Seal the countertops regularly. Be sure to reseal
when water fails to bead up when splashed on the surface. Sealing will
prevent stains and damage and keept the marble countertops looking