Natural stone bathroom maintenance

Marbrerie Bertrand shares its tips for a flawless natural stone bathroom

A natural stone bathroom adds a touch of authenticity and elegance to your room. But don’t be fooled, it’s not easy to maintain. Marbrerie Bertrand explains everything !

If there are traces of limescale, it is important to use neutral agents.

Natural stone is considered to be alive. It can therefore react badly if attacked with products containing a high level of acidity. Chemical products are therefore strongly discouraged: residues could impregnate your stone and become harmful to your body. Your natural stone bathroom should be a healthy room.

How do you maintain your stone bathroom?

To clean your natural stone bathroom, use a soft sponge and black or Marseille soap. If the stains persist, use bicarbonate of soda or clay stone by dabbing your soft sponge over the areas to be cleaned. Simply rinse with clean water.

To avoid scratches or stains, place coasters under bottles, soaps and other potentially corrosive objects around your sink, shower or bath. Also use trays to group toiletries together and prevent accidental splashes. What’s more, it’s essential to clean up spills as soon as they occur to prevent them from penetrating the stone and causing permanent stains in your bathroom.

Avoid abrasive materials when maintaining your natural stone bathroom

Avoid abrasive materials: Don’t use scouring sponges or abrasive cleaning products that could scratch or dull the surface of your bathroom stone. Instead, use soft cloths or brushes with soft bristles.

Call in the professionals for restoration: if your natural stone bathroom has scratches, stubborn stains or major damage, it’s best to call in stone restoration professionals for repairs and polishing.

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