One of the most common cleaning materials used in kitchens and bathrooms is marble tiles. They are popular because of their attractive look, durability, and resistance to stains, scratches, and stains. But marble slabs also require regular maintenance.
The marble slabs that need to go through these treatments to get them cleaned are cleaned first of all with a solvent such as chlorine bleach or turmeric powder. This is done by hand or with a detergent and water solution. Then, the slabs are soaked in hot water and left to soak for some time. The next step is to clean the surfaces using a soft towel or cloth. It is important that these surfaces are completely soaked in the solution.
The process of cleaning marble slabs is similar to that of granite slabs. However, it is important to note that this process is slightly different with regards to its purpose. The purpose of cleaning marble tiles is to remove excess dirt, dust, debris, oils, molds, and bacteria. It is also important to note that this cleaning procedure is best done when the tiles are polished or sanded.
The cleaning procedure is done using the use of a cleaning brush and a solution that includes vinegar and water. The solution must be applied directly to the slabs to get them cleaned thoroughly. It is essential that the cleaner should also dry out all the other chemicals, dirt, and soil that are present on the surfaces of the slabs. For this reason, the cleaners are used in combination with water and vinegar.
Marble slabs can be washed with water alone but it is important that this must be done only after the other processes have been completed. If the water is used in excess, it can damage the slabs. It is important to note that it will take several hours for the entire process of cleaning to complete.
Cleaning marble slabs can be done either by hand or by using a commercial cleaning machine. The machines are available at home improvement stores and in cleaning and janitorial supply stores. The cleaning solutions are also available at home improvement stores but it is best to use them when buying cleaners in large quantities to avoid overdoing the process. It is also important to note that the cleaners that are used for marble slabs should not contain abrasive substances and must not harm the slabs in any way.