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How To Clean White Oak Marble Stone Using Natural Cleansers

by Philip Smith Inbound Marketing Manager

Marble is completely natural. It is a natural stone that we use for creating beautiful flooring, wall and counters in our home. For many homeowners, this is the first material that comes into their mind when they think of natural stone tiles or slabs.

Since it is a natural stone, it would be totally unfair to clean marble stone tile flooring or walls using chemicals and artificial cleansing solutions. Chemicals not only cause discoloration on marble and other natural stone surfaces, but also are one of the main reasons for floor or wall damage.

In this blog, we will talk some of the completely natural ways to clean White Oak Marble – the type of marble that is white in texture and represents the texture of natural hardwood oak. Check out the following pointers –

  • Run dust mop on your white oak marble flooring every day. If the stone is used as wall tile, remove the dust, dirt, and loose debris from the wall surface every alternate day or whenever you notice.
  • Do not let the dust and dirt sit on this white marble surface. Otherwise, it will cause staining.
  • Wash or wipe the spills on white oak marble surface instantaneously. Do not let the spills dry and become hard stains. Use a clean, wet cloth to wipe the spills.
  • Wipe your white oak marble flooring with warm or mild warm water – whichever is suitable for you. Ideally, you should wet mop your floor after every round of dusting and dry mopping. This will remove loose dirt off your flooring. Follow the same routine for white oak marble wall tiles.
  • Do wring the mop or cloth piece well.
  • Dry the floor or wall after you wet mopping.
  • For even deeper cleaning, you can pour in a few drops of dish wash detergent into the warm water.

There you have it. This is how you clean your white oak marble flooring and wash using natural cleansers.

If you are looking to buy White Oak Marble for your net project, visit ShadesOfStone.com, one of the trusted stone suppliers in US


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