How to clean marble and granite floors like a pro?

by Pamtec Enviro Systems Road Sweeping Machines


Marble and granite floors are beautiful, but they can be difficult to clean. To get the best results, you'll want to use a leather or microfiber cloth that is lint-free. You should also make sure that your floor is dry before you start cleaning it—this will help prevent streaks. Here's how to clean marble or granite floors like a pro:

Before you start cleaning, make sure to cover the floor with a plastic drop cloth.

Before you start cleaning, make sure to cover the floor with a plastic drop cloth. The reason for this is that it will protect your floors from scratches and other damage that might occur during cleaning. You can use anything from a plastic sheet or an old shower curtain to something like a rug or tarp. Make sure that whatever you choose fits over the entire floor area of your room—you don’t want any part of the floor exposed!

You can use a natural pet stain remover.

You can use a natural pet stain remover. Pet stains are hard to remove, but you can make the process easier by using a natural pet stain remover. This is especially important if you have marble or granite floors, because these types of stone are sensitive and need special care.

To remove the stain with a damp cloth:

  • Take some water in your hand and soak it through the cloth as much as possible

  • Wipe the area where there is a stain with this cloth until all traces of it are gone

You can use a mild bleach solution.

You can use a mild bleach solution.

  • Use one part bleach to 10 parts water.

  • Use a soft cloth for cleaning. Don't use paper towels or newspaper! They will scratch the surface of your floors and cause them to look dull, which defeats the purpose of cleaning them in the first place!

  • Don't use this method on marble that has been sealed with polyurethane, waxed, or polished with a hard buffer—it may damage it. If you're unsure whether your floor has been sealed in any way, don't take chances: test out the mixture on an inconspicuous area first before applying it to an entire floor.

You can use a warm water solution of vinegar and water.

If there is a tough stain on your marble or granite floor, you can use vinegar to remove it. Vinegar is a natural disinfectant and it makes a great floor cleaner for both types of stone. It is non-toxic and safe to use around children and pets (though I don't recommend letting them drink it!).

Clean your marble and granite floors with these methods.

  • Clean your marble and granite floors with these methods.

  • Use a natural pet stain remover. The first thing you need to do is blot up any excess liquid from the stain using paper towels, then gently rub an enzyme-based pet stain remover over the affected area until it disappears (you may have to apply more than once).

  • Use a mild bleach solution. Mix one part water with two parts cool water, then add 1/4 cup bleach and 1/2 teaspoon dishwashing liquid or laundry detergent; use this mixture to wipe down all of your stone flooring surfaces. When you're done washing your marble or granite flooring, rinse thoroughly with clean water before letting dry completely by itself in open air so that no residue will build up on them again over time as they continue being exposed directly under sunlight's UV rays every day while also being washed regularly under pressure every few months thereafter during regular maintenance procedures performed twice annually (or twice weekly if needed).


The marble and granite floors are very difficult to clean. So, if you want to keep them clean, you need to follow these steps.

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