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marble safe hand soap - xpost bathrooms

Posted by cottonpenny (My Page) on
Wed, Sep 26, 12 at 6:56

I know there have been other threads on this and yes I've done a search. We're moving in 1 week into our new place with honed carrera marble in the master bath.

This isn't about kitchens, but I know there are a lot of marble owners here.

What I'm wondering is this - is there any hand soap that someone has tested and left on marble (accidentally or on purpose) that hasn't etched marble? I know the Softsoap I use currently will etch a sample.

I see a lot of recommendations for pH balanced but hard to determine which ones have that.

There's a Martha Stewart product on Amazon that says it's marble-safe. And I've seen EO products recommended but it doesn't seem to say anything about being marble-safe on their website. Has anyone tried these?

I want to order something soon so we have it when we move in.


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RE: marble safe hand soap - xpost bathrooms

We have a bottle of EO soap sitting on a marble bath counter, and it hasn't etched it. We have very soft water, though, so that may play into it.


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