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How to clean marble countertops

by:KingKonree     2021-04-21

Kitchen cabinets, bathroom cabinets and other countertops are more likely to be stained or even damaged daily. This is especially true for marble countertops, so let's introduce some cleaning and maintenance methods and techniques.

Tips for cleaning up stains on marble countertops

1. Acidic stains. It is far better to suck up the stain than to wipe off the stain, because wiping will cause the stain to spread. Most stains such as vinegar or fruit juice can be removed with a paste made of baking powder and soda water. After the paste has dried and hardened, wipe off the paste with a wet towel, and then dry it with a dry towel.

2. Food stains. For hardened food stains, hydrogen peroxide can be used to remove, but the time should not be too long. Once the stain disappears, wipe it clean with a damp cloth, and finally wipe it dry.

3. Nail polish stains. Put a few drops of dishwashing liquid in about half a liter of warm water and wipe with a clean white cloth. Do not leave any dishwashing liquid, use another damp cloth to wipe off the remaining liquid and wipe dry. Repeat cleaning until the stain is completely removed.

4. Juice stains not only have many colors, but the juice contains pigments. If it is not removed for a long time, it will also cause yellowing of the stone surface. And many fruits are acidic substances, such as orange juice, lemons, starfruits, oranges, grapes, apples, etc., so the contaminants of fruit juices do not only pollute the surface of the stone, but also corrode the surface of the stone. Even penetration into the stone through the pores of the stone, especially for limestone and marble, will cause the surface of the stone to be rough. Therefore, if the stone is contaminated by juice, it should be cleaned immediately. If it has been stained or caused yellowing, it can be cleaned with a neutral detergent. If the yellowing is severe and still cannot be washed off, you can use a color remover to clean it up.

Causes and solutions of oil stains on marble countertops

There are generally two reasons for oil stains in the kitchen:< /p>

The first type of oil fume is caused by oil fume, which is relatively easy to clean up. After the pollution occurs, it should be wiped clean with a clean cloth in time.

The second type of liquid oil is caused. If the liquid oil is dumped due to a mistake, it should be wiped clean immediately and cleaned with a professional neutral oil cleaning agent. Or use a paper towel to absorb the grease, and then use an absorbent such as cornstarch to sprinkle on the stained area. Let stand for 1 to 2 hours. Then wipe with a damp cloth, and finally wipe dry. If it is not treated in time, and the oil stains penetrate into the stone, the oil should be removed with a degreasing paste for the stone. It can also be cleaned with alkaline or neutral detergents containing surfactant formulations. If the pollution time is too long, the fatty oil or vegetable oil that has penetrated into the stone has formed an oxide film on the surface, and the oxide film should be removed by using a wax stripping agent or grinding when conditions permit.

Cleaning of artificial marble

Cleaning of general stains: artificial marble is a kind of synthetic entity without pores and compact The material has strong stain resistance, so most stains do not pose a big threat to artificial marble. It only needs simple cleaning and maintenance in daily life. For example, when there are water stains or large stains on the artificial marble countertop, you can wipe it off with a damp cloth and detergent or soapy water.

Smooth and clean surface: Use a decontamination cleaner to polish in a circle, then clean it, and then dry it with a dry towel. Wipe the entire countertop with a scouring pad at intervals to keep the surface smooth.

Matte surface: Use a scouring pad dipped in a non-abrasive cleaning agent and rub in a circular direction. Dry with a towel and use a non-abrasive polishing material to enhance the surface effect.

High-gloss surface: Use sponge and non-abrasive brightener to polish. Dirt that is particularly difficult to remove can be polished with 1200 mesh sandpaper, and then brightened with a soft cloth and brightener.

Okay, the above is the introduction on how to clean and maintain the marble countertops. I hope that after reading the above introduction, everyone can The marble countertops are well maintained and clean.

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