How to Keep Your Marble Countertops Polished?

Is your marble kitchen countertop dirty and worn? Has your bathroom floor lost shine and color? This could mean that it’s time to learn how to polish your marble countertops! It must be understood that marble is a very delicate material and that it requires certain special care. It is very common for them to be found on walls, floors, or countertops, especially in kitchens and bathrooms. Places where dirt generally accumulates. Therefore, the cleanliness and shine of this material are very important to take into account. Here’s how to keep your marble countertops polished.

How to Keep Your Marble Countertops Polished?

Materials you will need:

• Vinegar
• Water
• 2 clean rags
• 1 microfiber cloth
• Baking soda
• Mineral water

Steps to follow

1. Cleaning the marble surface
2. Preparation of the mixture.
3. Apply the mixture.
4. Polish the marble
5. Enjoy your polished countertop!

1. Cleaning the marble surface

The marble needs to be carefully cleaned to obtain a more effective polish. You can use a little vinegar with water to clean it or buy a specific product.

2. Preparation of the mixture

You need a clean, soft cloth that won’t scratch the marble. If your idea is to polish it with homemade materials, you can use 3 tablespoons of bicarbonate and ¼ of mineral water. Keep in mind that depending on the size of the surface that you are going to polish, you will have to calculate the measurements of the mixture.

3. Apply the mixture

Once you have obtained the mixture, you must pour it on the cloth and pass it on the surface. A very thin layer will suffice. Then let it dry for at least 3 hours.

4. Polish the marble

You must remove the mixture with a clean cloth and warm water. Then, with a microfiber cloth (preferably) use circular motions to clean and polish the marble. Little by little you will notice how the shine of the marble shines and takes color.

5. Enjoy your polished countertop!

You can now enjoy your clean and shiny marble surface. Keep in mind that you can also use a specialized product to polish and follow the procedure that we have indicated.


Remember that if the polish you want to do is on a small surface, it will not be difficult for you to polish it manually. And in addition to polishing it, if you need fabrication or new installation services, or expert advice in design consultation, contact our experts at Moreno Granite & Marble for the best and most reliable customer service in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.