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post #21 of Old 04-06-2012, 12:24 PM
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I have used baking soda and water on marble and it worked perfectly. You just need to make sure that the water is warm and the baking soda is fulling dissolved into the water before you mop.
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post #22 of Old 04-12-2012, 12:47 AM
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There are many everyday cleaners made for marbles. Stone pro, stone tech, just to name a few good ones. For more thorough deep cleaning us professionals use an alkaline cleaner and an acid powder to clean and then polish the stone back to it's original perfection. Our company tile and grout cleaning orange county offers these services and many others as well. But for everyday tile and grout or stone maintenance look to the above mentioned products.

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Nice post i think you have concentrated on only one perspective of water damages. Water can also damage your document, books etc. Moreover mold problem and carpet damages are also some other damages caused by flood.

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post #24 of Old 12-19-2012, 02:35 AM
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Marble is essential and attractive products and it creates good impact on your personality. The best thing is that it is easy to clean. I am using water with detergent to clean the marble and quickly scrubbing and drying the spots.

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post #26 of Old 07-17-2019, 02:22 PM
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The structure of marble can be easily ruined if you use the wrong cleaners. Avoid soaps and cleaners that contain acids and alkalies. These will etch the tile surfaces. Etched tiles spoil the beauty of your rooms. You should also avoid household products such as vinegar, lemon juice and ammonia. Other cleaners to avoid include bathroom, tile and grout cleaners. These contain abrasives that cause scratches on the tiles. In most cases, all that is needed is plain warm water.
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