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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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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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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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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Use caution when cleaning a gravestone; avoid the use of household soaps, acids and other cleaners, especially bleach, that cause yellow staining of marble and may cause further damage to the marker. Only attempt cleanin... More »

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Plain water, warm water mixed with mild dish detergent or organic soap or flour mixed with mild dish detergent are some home remedies for cleaning marble. Plain water or water with dish or organic soap is for everyday cl... 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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