Marble furniture maintenance tips

It must be kept clean and clean; the first step in maintaining the stone is to completely remove dust and clean. Therefore, it is best to put a step mat at the entrance to filter the sand particles in the shoes, otherwise the sand particles will follow the steps of people to wear the gloss of the stone surface. . It is best to use a vacuum cleaner or an electrostatic mop for dust removal.

Do not touch non-neutral detergents; clean marble with diluted neutral detergents or water. Household cleaning products containing improper pH will destroy its luster (especially acidic detergents can neutralize calcium carbonate in stone) To make the stone a permanent macula).

The pollution source should be removed immediately; if the pollution source (such as oil, tea, coffee, cola, soy sauce, etc.) is accidentally poured on the stone, it should be wiped immediately to prevent it from penetrating into the pores and forming an unpleasant stain. Tips: Once the stain is formed, spray the contaminated area with baking soda and water, and then cover it with plastic wrap (sealed with adhesive tape). After a few hours, remove the adhesive tape, and the household net can clean the residue from the contaminated area. To achieve the effect of decontamination.

Prevent the formation of water spots; the stone will not dry out for a long time and always leave wet and wet marks on the surface. This is commonly known as water spots. It can be said that it is very difficult to remove water spots, so the only way for water spots is to prevent. There must be no standing water on the stone floor. Do not directly rinse with water or mop the floor with a wet mop. Dry or absorb the cleaned stone floor as much as possible. Excessive moisture will also cause weathering, falling and floating of the stone.