How to Clean Old Marble Tombstones


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Most tombstones are made from marble or a similar stone, as this type of tombstone is both attractive and will withstand a lifetime of regular weathering and buildup. Occasionally, the outdoor elements deposits build up on the marble surface of the tombstone, and when you have an older tombstone that has been in an outdoor area for many years, the tombstone requires cleaning. By taking a few cleaning products to the cemetery, you are able to easily clean the old marble tombstone.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
2 gallons water
Cleaning bucket
Dish soap
Cleaning rags
Toothbrush

Fill a cleaning bucket with 2 tbsp. dish soap and 1 gallon w


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