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Marble Renovations Initial Thoughts

Marble floors add elegance to any home interior space. When clean and polished, they are stately and grand. But if you have marble in your home, you know it isn’t without its challenges. Keeping this porous surface both clean and polished can be tricky and requires careful attention.

Marble floor cleaning also requires careful consideration for materials and cleaning supplies. Read on to learn everything you need to know about your marble floors and why it might be a good idea to hire professionals to help maintain these beautiful floors.

Understanding Marble and what makes it stain or etch

If you are lucky enough to have marble in your bathroom, you know it adds upscale beauty. The colour variations of marble add a level of sophistication to any space. Yet, the beauty of marble comes with some complications too, especially in the bathroom.

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Why does marble stain and etch?

Marble is a metamorphic rock that is made of limestone that has been exposed to high temperatures and pressures. Over time, the stone changes in colour and texture, which is how marble get its unique look.

The same process that creates beautiful veins and swirls in the stone also makes it more porous than other types of stone. This means that marble is more likely to absorb liquids and stains.

In addition, because marble is soft, it can be etched by acidic substances. This means that even something as common as lemon juice can leave a permanent mark on your marble floors or countertops.

To avoid staining or etching your marble, you need to take care when cleaning and use the right products.

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With over 35 years experience in the natural stone restoration trade we give Marble shower walls the below durability ratings.

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By far the best product to clean marble shower walls is Lithofin Power Clean. It's acid free and suitable for all natural stone surfaces.

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There are many products in the market designed to seal your natural stone. This is by far the best for marble shower surfaces.

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Choose Cleaning Products For Your Marble Surfaces Carefully

Marble is a delicate material. The wrong cleansers might harm the marble surface. Don't use acid-based cleaners on your shower floor or marble shower tiles.

Vinegar is often recommended for cleaning marble shower tiles, it is a terrible idea. For your marble Bathroom and shower walls, use Ph-neutral cleaners.

Cleaning Products to Avoid on Marble Showers

Not all cleaning products are equal, and this is especially true when it comes to marble. Because marble is soft and porous, you need to be careful about what you use to clean your marble shower floors. Never use harsh cleaning products on natural stones.

Many common household cleaners contain harsh chemicals that can damage marble. These cleaners can strip away the sealant that protects the stone and leave it vulnerable to staining. In some cases, they can even etch the marble.

To avoid damaging your marble, you should steer clear of any cleaners that contain:

Acids, Alkalis, Bleach, Butyl, Ethylene glycol, Hydrofluoric acid, Lactic acid, Muriatic acid, Nitric acid, Phosphoric acid or Sulphuric acid

If a cleaner contains any of these ingredients, it is best to avoid using it on marble.

Cleaning Products that are Safe for Marble

Just because some cleaners can damage marble doesn’t mean you can’t find safe and effective cleaners for this delicate surface. In fact, there are several cleaning products that are specifically designed for use on marble.

When choosing a cleaner for your marble, look for one that is:

pH balanced, mild, non-abrasive, non-acidic.

You can also use a mixture of warm water and dish soap to clean your marble. Just be sure to avoid using any soap that is harsh or contains oils, as this can leave a film on the surface of the marble.

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Ensure your marble is kept dry

Although marble in the bathroom is both elegant and stunning, the shower tiles do not like to be constantly wet and covered in soap scum.

Keeping your marble clean is critical to preventing it from absorbing soap scum and water from the shower. Wipe the shower down after usage to prevent water from accumulating on the marble. Keep microfiber towels handy near the shower.

Simply clean the surfaces after showering with a clean microfiber cloth. This prevents mineral deposits from collecting on the porous marble surfaces.

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Tips For Cleaning Marble Showers & Bathrooms

Consider these tips for cleaning and maintaining your marble shower and bathroom surfaces.

Daily cleaning: In addition to wiping your marble shower down daily. Clean it frequently by removing any soap scum. This prevents stains and bigger problems from developing. Remove soap scum with mild soap and a soft cloth.

Keep your marble tiles dry: After wiping your stone surfaces down, leave on a fan to reduce the humidity in your marble shower.

Use pH neutral cleaners: As already mentioned, your everyday bathroom cleaning products are not a good choice for marble bathrooms. Read labels and select a cleaner made for marble showers with a neutral ph.

Seal your Marble shower surfaces: Keep your marble sealed. This prevents it from absorbing water and soap and getting stains. The best way to do this is by calling a marble floor expert.

You also need to choose cleaning products that won't scratch or harm your marble bathroom.

Use fine wire wool instead since it won't harm your marble and can readily remove any residue that may be on the surface.

Getting Professional Help for your Marble bathroom

If you bought a house with marble that wasn’t cared for properly or your marble bathroom has lost it’s shine or there are deep stains, it might be time to call in the marble professionals to restore your marble bathroom shower tiles to its natural beauty. A marble professional will know how to best handle marble shower stain removal. We also offer services for marble that include:

Cleaning and Sealing your marble bathroom tiles

Lippage Removal


Comprehensive Marble Maintenance Programs

If you are unsure of how to fix a problem with your marble bathroom because it is stained or there is mildew, feel free to call us for free marble care advice.

Cleaning Your Marble Shower

You want your marble shower to look clean and beautiful. After all, marble is a classical and elegant material, so your bathroom should be the same way.

Give us a call for a free estimate and consultation about your marble bathroom. With years of expertise caring for marble, we can help you restore your marble bathroom to its former beauty. Get in touch with us straight away for assistance and advice.

Marble Cleaning and Shower Stain Removal

Nothing is more distasteful than seeing streaks all over your shower unit, messing up the lovely marble you worked so hard to acquire.

Unfortunately, water can damage marble. This is because water can react with the chemicals in shampoo, causing the marble to deteriorate over time.

We have been to many apartments where strong cleaning liquids have been used to clean the shower units. However, sometimes these liquids can damage the marble surface if they are not careful.

Marble is a beautiful, durable natural stone. Even though it is strong, it can also be easily stained; that's why it's important to take care of it regularly. We would be happy to come and take a look at your shower unit and give you a free quote for the work that needs to be done.

We will give you advice on how to take care of your shower unit so that you don't have to call another company to come and renovate it.

Call us now for a free no-obligation quote on 07725 752 660

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To keep your marble shower looking clean, it is important to follow a few simple steps.

First, ping your marble shower down daily and clean it frequently by removing any soap scum. This prevents stains and bigger problems from developing.

Second, use pH neutral cleaners to avoid damaging the marble.

Third, seal your marble shower surfaces to prevent water absorption.

Finally, get professional help if you need it to restore your marble shower to its original beauty.

With proper care, your marble shower will last for many years.

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Marble Renovation

Marble Renovation is a family-owned business situated in Canary Wharf, London, with more than 35 years of expertise in stone restoration.
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