Marble & Natural Stone

Marble Floor
Our Powr-Flite 2,000 RPM Millennium Edition Burnisher features a patented housing design, combined with precision balanced weight distribution for maximum efficiency. This eliminates the need for a compensating caster, providing complete pad-to-floor contact, unlike conventional burnishers. Full surround non-marking bumpers prevent damage to walls and furniture. The high RPM and full pad-to-floor contact provides an exceptional high gloss finish.

Marble has been used for a long history in countless high-end projects. Its outstanding look and feel make it one of the best surfaces possible giving a truly dynamic look to any room.
However, like anything else precious, it requires patience and care. The key to how to clean marble floor is to give it daily maintenance.
Firstly, make sure that you clean away all dust with a microfiber duster. Microfiber equivalents will not cause any damage to your marble floor. This is the simplest way to keep your marble floor clean from any dust or wear.
To get rid of a spill, you need to act immediately – too long a delay can allow it to settle into the stone which will leave a mark on your floor. Using as little warm water as possible and a cotton cloth, wipe away any residue and then dry the marble instantly. Do not let even the warm water settle. Next, get some castile soap and mix a teaspoon with some warm water, and wipe the marble. This will remove any serious dirt or grime, and then make sure that you dry up immediately afterwards.
This simple process will prevent any marble from becoming stained from liquid or sauce spillage. However, the best way to look after your marble floor is to clean it daily. It might take a fair bit of time every day, but it saves you from having to do a deep and extensive clean, and makes sure that you won’t leave any potential damage too long before it becomes irreparable.