We recommended using warm water and a mild detergent with a damp soft cloth or a non-scratch cleaning pad or sponge.
When choosing countertops for your kitchen or bathroom, granite and marble surfaces are popular choices. They are natural stones — unlike, say, engineered stone. However, granite is more durable than marble and less prone to stains and scratching. For this reason, granite is often found in kitchens and floors, while marble is more appropriate in areas with less traffic, like bathrooms, where it can be used for vanities, tub decks, shower walls and floors.
Using marble compared to hardwoods such as oak, pine and maple has many benefits. Marble naturally enhances its surrounding. Marble is commonly known for superiority and is considered a sign of style. Marble comes in four different finishes hone, polished, sand or an abrasive finish. It is easy to maintain, all it needs is a repolish when the shine begins to fade.
Granite is a type of rock consisting mainly of mica, feldspar and quarts. It is a hard and dense stone that is resistant against damages such as scratches and only needs to be sealed every two years in order to protect it against stains.
Travertine is a type of stone from the limestone family. It can come in a variety of tones such as rich beige, ivory, silver, gold and walnut. Travertine has been used for centuries. The Romans used travertine to create their monuments and amphitheatres, for example the Colosseum in Rome.