How to avoid scratches and damages on marble countertopsMarble countertops consist of soft surface and it won’t resist cut...
dust and scratches or damages everything it will prevent and it keeps the surface clean andclear. The marble become dull t...
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Marble countertops consist of soft surface and it won’t resist cutting and scratches in the surface. Marble contains powder and it is very spongy it can be cut or scratched immediately some of the object should be restricted strictly because it will damage or scratch the marble soon as possible.

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How to avoid scratches and damages on marble countertops

  1. 1. How to avoid scratches and damages on marble countertopsMarble countertops consist of soft surface and it won’t resist cutting and scratches in thesurface. Marble contains powder and it is very spongy it can be cut or scratched immediatelysome of the object should be restricted strictly because it will damage or scratch the marblesoon as possible. Cutting marble countertops is equal to cutting the wood. These are the stepsliable to scratches and damages on marble.There are some certain instructions to prevent damages and scratches on marblecountertops:The marble countertops are a model used for show piece because it is very sensitive and it willdamage and scratched very soon if the user is using the marble for regular use. The user shouldprotect the marble and it is very sensitive in nature. The marble countertops are liable todamage the edges of the marble and scratches in the center part of the marble. Always marbleshould be use with care.The user should not pull any objects on marble because it is very much sensitive and it leadsscratches or damages to the marble. The following objects are strictly restricted they are potsand pans across marble countertops. The metal dust can easily damages the marblecountertops especially the metal dust is heated and it is kept in marble it will surely broke themarble and heat generate the marble molecules. Because marble is spongy so it leads apermanent impressions or scratches on the marble countertops.The user should keep in mind to cover the marble countertops with some of the materials likerubber sheet, cloth, plastic or wooden board these are the different types of materials used forcover the marble countertops because the sharp object like knife and vessel end will damagethe marble. The user is going to cut or going to does something place the mat on the surface totackle the activities without any scratches. The user should not chop the vegetables directly inmarble because sometimes it might scratch the surface always use chopping board to cut thevegetables, because marble is very big in nature think while cutting the vegetables. Aftercompleting this work the user should clean the place otherwise the dust also liable to givedamages to the marble. Most of the user keeps marble in their kitchen because the kitchengives rich look to the home. These are the reason why most of the people were choosingmarble countertops for their kitchens. The user should know about the baking apparatus havesharp edges or not then only the user can place it on marble if the apparatus not matches foryou then place wooden apparatus on marble.The users have sealed the marble countertops twice annually to prevent the cuts and damagesand the user should call for marble service often. The sealing is helpful to prevent the liable
  2. 2. dust and scratches or damages everything it will prevent and it keeps the surface clean andclear. The marble become dull then the user should follow the sealing method to retain thesame brightness again to the marble countertops so these are the steps to avoid scratches anddamages on marble countertops.Source: http://www.graniterocktops.com

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