Imported marbles are one of the most stunning & beautiful natural stones you can choose for your space. They are closely associated with Renaissance sculptures and have always been a popular material that has been used in ancient Greek Temples to Taj Mahal and many more. Imported marbles are today considered as an amazing material and have become a popular sustainable option amongst homeowners. In today’s scenario, people like to adopt an eco-friendly approach as an alternative to everything that they want to be a part of their home. Various architects, interior designers, builders, etc. have observed that people who choose imported marbles considering their favorite colors get happiness, pleasure & a vastu friendly atmosphere in their home.
While this sophisticated choice gives your space a luxurious look, it comes with many important care considerations and one should know about the ins and outs of imported marbles before making their final selection. Let’s get on to the FAQs which will help your decision making process easy.
How do I select the right imported marble for my home?
One of the most often asked questions by our customers. Selecting the right imported marble depends on these aspects – your budget, color & pattern preferences based on the floor coverage area and maintenance/cleaning demands of the imported stone you choose. However, keep in mind that choosing a low price imported stone may somehow be inferior in quality that will require proper maintenance in terms of polishing after a few years as it may absorb stains and discolor a bit.
Are imported marbles durable in nature?
Imported marbles are here to last & stay beautiful for many years to come. Though imported marble will suffer common damage when coming in contact with hot pans and while cutting on the slab, but with the proper care, imported marbles are a very durable choice that will look great for years. You should seal the surface with an impregnator to fill pores in the imported marble. This will protect the stone from stains and moisture absorption. Depending on the level of traffic in your home, you may need to reseal the surface every 6 to 12 months.They will always be a much better option for fireplace surrounds, bathroom vanities and decorative accents.
Where can imported marbles be used?
There are many places where imported marbles can be used. These include tabletops, shelves, saddles, and fireplaces. It can also be applied to other surfaces such as shower paneling, vanities, Jacuzzi surrounds, and floors. It is ideal for places that experience low levels of traffic. You can also use imported marble for a backsplash or countertop, but you must be mindful of the potential for staining, particularly if it comes into contact with acidic substances.
Can imported marbles be repaired if damaged?
In many cases marble can be repaired. Most often, an epoxy glue or filler can be used. We recommend consulting for an expert’s advice for product recommendations that will suit your marble.
What’s the best way to clean marbles?
1. To begin with, one of the easiest methods to get rid of water stains from marble is using commercial cleaning products available in the market.. Remember to use a soft cloth to remove the stain and clean it in a circular motion. Finish it up by using a polishing powder to keep the marble lustrous and shiny.
2. In this second method, we use baking soda to clean the water stains. As baking soda is an alkaline powder and mildly abrasive, it works as a safe agent to remove the stains from the marble surface. Create a thick paste by mixing water and baking soda. Apply the paste on the stain and rub it in a circular motion to cover the entire spot. Spread plastic wrap over that area and let it sit for another 24 hours.
3. Another super agent to remove stains is the use of hydrogen peroxide. As it is an oxidizer and a bleaching agent, it removes stains effectively. Sprinkle a decent layer of cream of tartar on the water stain and add enough hydrogen peroxide to form a thick paste. Rub the mixture on the stain with a cloth using a gentle scrubbing motion. Cover with paper towels, and let it sit for about half an hour. Use a clean and damp cloth to wipe away all residue.
What is the difference between imported marble & granite?
Imported marbles & granite are beautiful and have their own attributes which make them a very popular material option for kitchen and bathroom countertops. Considering the pros and cons of both imported marbles & granite, buyers decide on which surface would be more suitable for their space. Let’s talk about the difference between both the materials. Read our blog to know about this topic
Is sealing imported marbles necessary?
Sealing is definitely recommended because imported marble is a porous material, which means any liquids that come into contact with the surface tend to leech into the body of the stone.This can cause discoloration and staining. Sealing imported marble can help make sure that materials remain on the surface of the marble until they’re cleaned off. This is the best way to retain marble’s original appearance for as long as possible. Talk to an expert about which sealer to use and how often you should reseal your marble. As always, read the labels of the products you plan to use, take necessary safety precautions, and follow instructions carefully.
How can I reach Millenium Marbles?
If you have more questions about which one to choose for your space, feel free to get in touch with our experts, they will help you in making the right decision. Get in touch with us via our social media handles, our digital team will help you solve your queries at the earliest possible or you can also feel free to drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org