Marble fireplaces are a stylish addition to any home. Besides providing a classic aesthetic, these can make a dull space look livelier. However, the material can be tricky to clean without sustaining damage.
There are some tips that can prevent that:
Most marble fireplaces are light in color. Cleaning with common cleaning agents such as bleach or hydrogen peroxide is a good idea but only in moderation. The chemicals can make the material lose its color if it is not wiped clean thoroughly. Darker stone can be cleaned up with lacquer thinner and even acetone.
Thornhill Galleries offers a range of marble, antique and reproduction fireplaces. This includes those that date back to 18th century and 19th century England. The gallery offers one of the largest collections of elegant fireplaces that are made in the UK.
Similarly, using a microfiber cloth to clean marble places is a good … Read More