• Wood Furniture
• Fabric Upholstery
• Leather Upholstery
• Grandfather Clocks
• Stone and Marble
• Optional Extended Furniture Protection Program
Marble is a stone, but should not be treated as if it were indestructible. It is porous, and can easily stain. Acids found in citrus juice, soft drinks, and alcohol will damage marble, since it is alkaline in substance.
Wipe off anything spilled on marble immediately by blotting, as you would on a wood surface.
Avoid setting beverage glasses directly on marble as they can leave rings.
Avoid placing hot pots or serving dishes directly on your marble top.
Do not use abrasive cleaners on marble.
Use felt cushions under ceramics, lamps, and other objects that could scratch your marble. A quality carnuba wax is a good protectent/sealer for marble and travertine.