cleaning marble

emaemesAugust 16, 2012

Hi...I'm moving to a new home..(new construction) The bathrooms have marble floors, tub surrounds, and porcelain sinks in marble counters.

I've been told that you can ruin marble very easily..I know there are marble cleaning products available, but I'm wondering how to clean toilets, sinks, and tubs with a disenfectant, without damaging the surrounding marble..Also, don't want to slip on marble floors....

Hope you can help...... Clean Freak

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I think soft cotton mop is good to clean marble but someone suggest me first soaked your mop with the warm water and wipe the marble floor thoroughly. You can use marble cleaners such as hydrogen peroxide, acetone or ammonia for marble cleaning because it is an expensive asset that you should protect by warily choosing your cleaning products, to make convinced you do not cause any damage.

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