How to Make a Routine Cleading For Marble Flooring In Your Home
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Clean Up Spills Immediately
When spills occur, they should be wiped away immediately. Even with a protective sealant, acidic messes like fruit juices, soft drinks, or vinegar-based condiments can cause etching. Muddy footprints should be removed as soon as possible to prevent the embedded grit from scratching the marble. Use a damp microfiber cloth to remove solid particles and blot up the liquid. Try not to make the stain larger by smearing. Follow-up with a quick rinse with a clean damp cloth and finish by drying the area well with a microfiber cloth to prevent spotting and slippery areas.
Trap Dust and Dirt
A dry dust mop or a mop with disposable dry sweeper cloths are the best tools for trapping dust and loose dirt on a marble floor. Do not use any type of dusting spray on the mop. A good rule of thumb for how often to clean is that a marble floor should be dry dusted at least once per week per person living in the home. For a family of three, this means dry dusting three times per week to keep marble scratch-free.