To polish marble tiles, apply a polish made for granite, and use a polishing machine to buff the tile. If the tile is damaged in any way, file it and remove any scratches before the polishing process to make the tile loo... More »

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Restore the shine of marble floors or counter tops by buffing with a polishing compound. For scratches and grooves, use sandpaper to remove the grooves, then buff with the polishing compound. More »

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Refinish cultured marble by using automotive finishing compound. Spread the compound over the marble surface, and allow it to dry to a haze. Using 1,000-grit sandpaper, just sand away the finishing compound, either by ha... More »

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Polish marble by sanding it with progressively finer grit sandpaper until you reach the desired level of polish. The length of this project depends on the amount of marble you want to polish. You need an angle grinder, s... More »

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Clean marble tile by sweeping or dusting it, using warm water for regular cleanings, choosing proper cleansers for deep cleaning, and drying the tile. Remember to clean up spills as soon as possible to prevent damage to ... More »

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Clean a marble tile shower by wiping it daily, giving it a gentle scrub weekly and resealing the tile periodically. Avoid cleaning products that are not designed for marble to prevent causing permanent damage to the show... More »

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Granite tiles should be dry-mopped daily with a duster and cleaned occasionally using a mild cleanser that is safe for granite and warm water. A gentle dish soap works as a cleanser for floor and counter top tiles. More »

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