To clean marble, wipe off the dirt with a soft cloth, and use a wet sponge to wipe it again. Apply some stone cleaner on a soft rag, and wipe the surface again. You can also use dish soap as a cleaner, but remember to ri... More »

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Clean marble by wiping it with a wet sponge, using a nonabrasive cleaner to remove stains before drying the marble with a chamois cloth and applying marble polish. You need a sponge, a nonabrasive cleaner, a chamois clot... More »

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To polish marble floors, prepare the work area, put on safety gear, and sand the stone with special silicon-carbide sandpaper that is meant for stone polishing. Start with a coarse, 24-grit sandpaper, and continue sandin... More »

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Some effective marble polishing compounds are Dia-Glo Marble Buffing Compound, Tenax Marble Polishing Powder and MB Stone Care Marble Polishing Powder. These products all claim to produce a high gloss finish on all marbl... More »

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Manufactured products suitable for cleaning marble bathroom tiles include mild detergents and pH-neutral cleansers made especially for marble and stone tile. Homemade cleansers made of baking soda and water also help rem... More »

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To remove wax buildup on wood floors, add several drops of oil-free soap and a tablespoon of white distilled vinegar to a bucket of hot water, and clean the floor with a sponge mop. To test wood floors for wax buildup, f... More »

Some good products for properly cleaning an acrylic bathtub are dish detergent, baking soda and a soft sponge. Avoid chemical solvents that break down the acrylic and scouring pads that scratch acrylic surfaces. More »

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