The material of marble is relatively fragile, so marble dining tables are more afraid of hard and heavy objects. When using the marble dining table in normal times, try to avoid the impact of heavy objects such as iron on the marble dining table, so as not to hit the pits and affect the appearance. Some marble dining tables are made of granite or granite. These two types of marble are relatively easy to clean and maintain. You only need to use detergent for simple cleaning during leisure. This is the number one rule for the maintenance of marble dining tables!
The marble dining table should be wiped every time after eating, which is what we call regular wiping of the marble dining table. This is the second most important way to maintain the marble dining table! First, we use a slightly damp cloth to wipe the table top of the marble dining table, and then use a clean soft cloth to dry and polish the marble dining table. When there are some lighter corrosives attached to the surface of the marble dining table, you can use lemon juice to clean it, and never use alkaline materials to wipe it.
When using the marble dining table, if the marble dining table is slightly scratched, what is the maintenance method for the marble dining table at this time? At this time, we can use special marble cleaners and care agents. The severely worn marble table is difficult to handle. It can be wiped with steel wool and then polished with an electric sander to restore its original luster.
The surface of some marble dining tables is treated with paint, so at this time, the marble dining table must be treated with a paint stripper, and it must be treated in accordance with the product instructions. After all the paint is clear, you can wipe it with steel wool until the gloss of the marble dining table is restored, and then use an electric sander to polish it.
Marble is a kind of material with long and empty space, so it is best not to have water marks on it when using the marble dining table. If ink is spilled on the marble dining table, the ink must be cleaned up in time (preferably within half an hour). For colored liquids such as tea, ink, coffee, etc. dripping onto the marble floor, they must be treated as soon as possible to prevent the ink from penetrating into the marble and causing decay.