Clean the marbles from grease and marks in 2 simple steps and make the kitchen shine like new

Stains on marble: Marble is sensitive to both scratches and stains. Marble absorbs liquids very easily.

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Stains on marble: Marble is sensitive to both scratches and stains. Marble easily absorbs liquids that have the ability to leave marks on its surface. If you have problems at home with different types of stains, all you have to do is read the following instructions. More detailed tricks for cleanliness:

- Oil-based stains: Grease, cooking oil, milk, peanut butter, creams, cosmetics and other oil-based products easily penetrate the porous structure of the marble and leave persistent stains that darken its surface.

Try cleaning the area with a soft, damp cleanser mixed with several drops of ammonia. If the result is not satisfactory, use oxygen (be careful not to dye) which can be found in pharmacies.

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- Stain from drinks: These are those that come from coffee, tea, wine, food and other organic substances are relatively easy to remove. Make a paste of baking soda and water, spread it on the stain and cover it with a plastic bag. Leave on for at least 24 hours and then remove the baking soda with a sponge.

- Soap stains: Soap accumulates in the pores of the marble, quickly staining the surfaces. Therefore, shower walls, bathroom floors and sinks and other marble pieces that come in contact with soapy water need frequent cleaning. Fortunately, it is quite easy to remove soap stains from marble - just add half a cup of ammonia to a little water and wipe the surfaces. However, be careful not to use too much ammonia as it may affect the marble surface.