To care for a marble countertop, seal it regularly and dust weekly with a microfiber rag. Marble has more pores than granite, and it dents more easily as well, Therefore, scratches and pits tend to show up more, and the ... More »

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To cut a marble countertop, use a circular saw with a diamond blade. Have a garden hose trickling water to cool the blade while making the cuts. More »

Clean stains from a marble countertop by applying a specially prepared poultice to wick the stain and then applying a new sealant. The poultice removes the stain from the stone pores while the sealant protects the marble... More »

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According to DoItYourself.com, marble countertops can safely be painted for a nice re-finished appearance. While marble countertops often start as shiny, they can lose some of their brilliance to wear and tear over time ... More »

Clean granite countertops by removing debris with a microfiber cloth and pretreating grease spots with a mixture of flour and dish detergent. Wipe the counter with a pH-neutral stone cleaner, and buff the counter dry. To... More »

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Cut laminate countertops using a handsaw or a power saw. Measure the length carefully and make a mark on the countertop indicating where to cut, then use a carpenter’s square to extend the line across the countertop. Cla... More »

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Some options for resurfacing countertops include painting, applying self-stick laminate and installing ceramic tiles. Resurfacing the countertops gives them new life and updates the look of the kitchen. More »

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