How to Clean Marble


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Do you have marble that you want to clean but are not sure what to use? When you clean certain materials such as marble you must be extra careful. If you read on the back of many cleaners they specifically say not for use on marble. So what do you do? Read on to learn how to safely clean marble:Difficulty:EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
Soft sponge
Dish-washing liquid (no bleach)
Water
Soft clothe or towel
Bowl or spray bottle

Mix a few drops of dish-washing liquid and warm water in a bowl or spray bottle. Make sure the spray bottle is clean before mixing the solution.
Saturate a sponge in the bowl of warm soapy water or spray the marble area

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