No matter how well you take care of your marble countertops, sometimes you will find stains. If this happens, there are ways to clean them more thoroughly. If the stain is on the marble
surface, a solution of 12% hydrogen peroxide can help get rid of it.
Be careful about applying this on darker marble, it may leave white marks on darker natural stone.Baking Soda Paste
If stains penetrate the sealant and enter the porous stone of your countertop, you may have to try to remove them. A baking soda solution is the most effective way to do so. Simply add water to baking soda until you obtain a thick, creamy texture.
Finally, apply the paste to the discolored area of the countertop, wrap it in plastic wrap, and tape down the edges. Allow up to 24 hours for the paste to work before wiping away with a razor blade and clean away any residue.
You may repeat the procedure if any stains remain. Stubborn organic stains, or cooking oil stains on the other hand, might require expert stone care treatment.Microfiber Cloths
You also need to use the appropriate tools in order to properly clean your marble
counters. Sponges are useful, but microfiber cleaning cloths provide better results.
These high-end rags not only help to remove dirt and germs, but they also absorb more liquid, so you won't be left with water stains on your polished surfaces.
Microfiber cloths are a good choice for cleaning because they hold up to more use and are gentle on surfaces. They also reduce bacteria.