Maintenance & Care
A gentle cleaning with warm soapy water and a soft cloth is all that’s needed.
Do not use any abrasive materials such a metal scourers or hard sponge scouring pads as they may cause scratches on the surface.
Please do not put our products in the dishwasher.
Do not soak our products.
LIQUIDS & OIL
Marble is fundamentally very porous and tends to easily absorb liquids, colored powder and oils.
Avoid leaving liquids on marble for long periods of time as it may seep into the marble and cause staining
Oils and colored powders such as paprika and cinnamon should be avoided as well.
SPILLS & STAINS
Blot the spill with a paper towel immediately. Avoid wiping the area as it may spread the spill.
Flush the area with plain water and mild soap and rinse several times.
Dry thoroughly with a soft cloth and repeat as necessary. If the stain remains, check out our section on stain removal.
Avoid contact with acid as it will etch the surface.
Stay away from putting any food that contains lemons, vinegar or other acidic substances.
Avoid acidic cleaners as they will also cause damage. Do not use acidic cleaners on the marble, check the PH balance of your cleaners before use. Cleaners such as bleach are considered abrasive and will damage the marble.
Avoid using sharp objects on marble. Sharp objects such as knives will scratch and dull the surface. Do not use our marble boards as cutting boards.
Spray area with water. Create a paste made from baking soda and water with the consistency of peanut butter. Slather stain with paste and cover with cling wrap.
Leave covered for at least 24 hours until baking soda paste has dried.
After 24 hours, remove the poultice and wash area with mild soap and water. Apply a fresh poultice if needed and repeat as necessary.
Should the stain remain stubborn, please do not hesitate to get in touch with our technical experts with photos of the stain as well as a short description of the situation to firstname.lastname@example.org