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Marble Renovations Initial Thoughts on How to Repair Marble

As you can see from the video, you mustn't leave your marble tiles untreated. What starts as a little scratch on your marble tile can soon turn into a crack and then into a broken marble tile.

It’s not a simple job to replace tiles, as the surrounding tiles can easily become broken as well, especially if the marble tiles are old and worn.

We understand how essential it is to have your marble looking great. That's why we provide a range of services, from minor repairs such as filling in small cracks to full professional restorations.

Restoration services can take a few days to complete, especially if the damage is significant. To make your marble seem brand new again, our staff will work swiftly and effectively.

We are an experienced marble repair and restoration team. To restore your marble to its former glory, we only utilize the highest-quality tools and materials.

If you have any questions or would like a quote, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

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

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By far the best product to clean Marble Countertops 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.

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Marble Stains vs Etch Marks

Marble, contrary to what you may have heard or been led to believe, does not stain easily. People frequently confuse the terms "staining" and "etching," which happens often.

The technique for removing marble stains is determined by the substance that created the discoloration in the first place.

Etch marks are the discolored areas on your marble countertop or floor that come about as a result of acidic foods, beverages, and harsh cleaning chemicals coming into touch with it.

This is a typical problem, and it usually happens because the marble owner was never informed about the characteristics of marble, how to maintain and preserve it, or how to clean marble correctly.

Marble stains on the other hand tend to be moisture damage that has penetrated the marble tile or marble countertop. Sometimes harsh cleaning products can cause staining, although usually they leave etch marks.

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Water Damage On Natural Stone & Polished Marble

Marble is a beautiful stone, but it can be hard to keep looking good. Water damage is one of the most common problems marble owners face.

You may not realize it, but water can cause more damage than you think! If spilled drinks or wet shoes stay inside for too long they get tracked into the house and eventually lead to staining on your flooring material.

Marble is a beautiful material that can withstand the test of time. However, it may suffer some damage if exposed to acidic rainwater or spills with significant amounts of moisture in them for extended periods as this will cause corrosion which eats away at its surface over time.

As marble is highly susceptible to acid, the loss of polish and detail is usually significant, and these are the most typical signs of weathering, especially a dull or dull surface.

If your marble has become stained, we can help you clean and polish it so that it looks new again. We will also work to protect your marble so that future stains can be avoided.

Call today to get started on your marble repair and restoration!

Other Liquids That Can Damage Marble Flooring

Oils, dyes/inks, and stains are just a few of the things that can cause damage to your natural stone. Water is not the only adversary! If oils, dyes/inks, or stains aren't treated, they might leave stains.

The depth of the stain on your stone and marble will depend on a few different things, like the finish of the stone and how long you leave the oil on it. But keep in mind that the longer you leave it on, the deeper the stain will be and it will be harder to remove it.

As a result, as soon as you detect any type of spill, it's critical to address it right away! The best method to do so is by using a clean, dry towel to remove any extra liquid and then blotting the area with a wet cloth.

If the stain is more entrenched, you can try a mild soap and water solution. You should avoid using corrosive chemicals or cleaners because they might harm the stone.

If you are unsure about how to clean the stain, please contact us and we would be happy to help you.

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Rust Stains on Marble Surfaces

Rust is another frequent problem with marble. These stains are reddish-orange and occur as a result of iron oxidation (rusting). Water can cause or accelerate rusting by entering damaged joins or cracks.

If the rust is only on the surface of the stone, it may be easily removed with a cloth or abrasive pads. However, if it's within the marble, removing the stain will be considerably more difficult.

In this case, you may have to call a marble expert to repair your marble surface and use a penetrating sealer to protect it from future stains.

Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have any queries about how to repair, clean or remove a stain from your marble. We are always glad to assist!

How to repair chips or deep scratches on your marble work surface

We tend to use an epoxy adhesive for marble repairs as it is less visible than other options and can be color-matched to your marble.

The process of repairing chips or scratches in marble is as follows:

First Step: Clean the area around the chip with a mild soap and water solution.

Second step: Next, apply the epoxy adhesive to the chip or scratch, ensuring it's well filled.

Last Step: Finally, we use diamond pads on a rotary hand machine to buff the area until it is level with the rest of your marble work surface. Then we hone, seal and polish it to make your surface look like new!

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Marble is a beautiful and popular material that can be used in a variety of applications, from countertops to flooring.

However, marble is susceptible to damage from water, oil, stains, and other liquids. If your marble becomes damaged, it is important to address the issue as soon as possible to avoid further damage.

There are a variety of marble repair and restoration services available to help you restore your marble to its original beauty.

If you have any questions about marble repair or restoration, please contact us and we would be happy to assist you.

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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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