Most people don't know the difference between natural and artificial marbles. If you're trying to make your home look more radiant, here are some tips to help you make the right choice.Colours and Patterns
Artificial marble can have a more varied range of colors and patterns than natural marble, which only comes in the color shades that are naturally present in limestone.
Also, because artificial marbles' colors are artificially added, they often lack the grain and shine of natural marble. Maintenance
Although natural marble is a beautiful and precious stone
, it is also high-maintenance. It can become easily chipped or discoloured over time, so it is recommended to reseal it every six months.
Users of natural marble countertops should take care not to spill oil, any acidic substances, or use cleaners that are inappropriate for the stone as they can damage it.
In contrast, cultured marble countertops are a non-porous material that calls for less maintenance
and upkeep. The creation process of artificial marble also makes it resistant to oil, stains, and discoloration. Even standard cleaners are compatible with artificial marbles.Difference in weight and density
In comparison to natural marble, cultured marble is slimmer and lighter, making it easier to transport. It's light-weight also makes installation simpler and cheaper. With artificial marbles, you get the same appearance of natural marble at a lower cost.