Simple Method of How to Clean Marble Floors
Marble is a natural stone that is formed from deposits of seashells containing the chemical compound calcium carbonate, which makes it a delicate stone that requires great care to maintain its brightness and avoid scratches.
Cleaning marble floors begins with preventive care and regular maintenance, such as sweeping (with a dust mop, not a traditional broom) and mopping daily will remove any dirt or surface debris that may scratch or damage the marble.
You can use a mixture with 3 tablespoons of sodium bicarbonate in 1 liter of highly diluted warm water, the important thing is that the solution used is pH neutral, and do not use acid cleaners.
It is also important that you deal with spills as soon as they occur, so that water or other liquids are not allowed to stain your floor. Use a soft, fluffy towel, since marble is a porous stone and water can seep into the stone and cause stains.
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