Let’s move on to polishing marble tiles now that we’ve covered the cleaning side.
The natural shine and luxurious appearance of marble tiles are one of the things that attract most people. However, this diminishes with time, requiring just minor maintenance. To keep your tiles polished, you can use one of two methods.
Remove stains with a poultice first. This is detailed in the following paragraphs.
- Hydrogen Peroxide
- Baking Soda
- A Cup
- A Paintbrush (Large)
- Plastic Wrap
Follow those steps:
- Make the poultice by combining all of the ingredients in a bowl. In a glass cup or dish, blend the baking soda and water. Add the hydrogen peroxide and ammonia to the mixture. Allow it to thicken. Make a bigger batch for places with more stains, such as flooring.
- First, use soap and water to clean the spots. Apply a small mist of water to the spots once they have dried.
- Apply the poultice to the affected area.
- Put plastic wrap around the affected area.
- Allow it to rest for 2 days, or until it dries.
- Remove film, clean and dry surface.
Second, a polishing method to eliminate etch marks from the marble floor.
- Marble Polishing Powder
- A clean, damp rag
- As we suggested before, firstly You have to clean the surface.
- Prepare the etching mark by wiping it with a damp rag.
- Apply marble polishing powder to the prepared area.
- This step needs to be exactly followed as the marble polishing powder instruction describes.
- Now is the time to reveal the shine.