Remove Surface Stains Marble Table Tops

Aug 7th

The marble is a naturally porous stone and, as such, stain easily. Spilled food and drink can stain the surface of marble table tops. While marble is an expensive and attractive stone used on floors, walls, statues and tables, retain their cleaning requires regular maintenance. Get rid of the stains on the marble takes time, but you can do so safely without damaging the material. Create a poultice with 1 tablespoon of mild detergent and 1 tablespoon of diatomite or diatomaceous earth in a glass container. Prepare a thick paste with both ingredients. Avoid using detergent with lemon. The citric acid in lemon spoils the appearance of marble.

Contemporary Marble Table Tops
Contemporary Marble Table Tops

Dampen a sponge with distilled water. Apply water on stains from marble table tops. Apply a layer of plaster on the spot with a plastic or wooden spatula. The layer should have a thickness of 0.6 to 1.25 cm. cut a small piece of plastic. Place the plastic over and around the plaster to seal it.

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Glue the edges of the plastic wrap with masking tape. The plaster is allowed to dry on the spot for two days. The diatomite or diatomaceous earth absorbs the stain. Remove the plastic wrap from marble table tops. Scrape the plaster with a spatula. Dampen the sponge in distilled water to rinse the surface.