What Is Dark Emperador Marble and How to Remove Water Stains From Dark Marbles
From the beginning of civilization, natural stones have found their way into homes for use as pieces of art and elegance. Nowadays, beautiful stones like Dark Emperador marble have become quite popular. These beautiful stones not only signify beauty and elegance but also substance. Emperador marble is available with different features. These include Bursa Turkish Emperador, Light Emperador, Light Turkish Emperador, Dar China Spanish Brown Emperatriz Emperador and Dark Spain Emperador.
This natural stone is quite hard and has a very high density. Even though it is made in fine grain, there are some differences in the darkness and pattern of the stone. This marble can be found in different geographic locations, including parts of Turkey and south-eastern Spain. Dark Emperador is used commonly for a large number of construction purposes including for design uses. The marble tiles made from this stone are popularly used for making floors. The crafted blocks of the marble is used in making countertops and fireplaces.
This marble stone has been in use for many years. It has been extensively exported throughout the world. Due to its global popularity and reach, it is also known by the name ‘reference stone’. For the same reason, this stone helps in recording the international trend in stone trading.
The stone is recognized for its density and rich color. All these factors make it one of the most sought after stones for decoration purpose. This huge demand has let to enhancing the value of this stone tremendously, which has further helped in the economic growth in the locations where it is found.
Even though Dark Marble sinks add as beautiful adorations to kitchen, they start showing water stains pretty soon. Stains are more visible with dark colored stones due to the contrasting difference between the grey or white water marks and the Dark Marble.
There is an easy way to remove these stains from the marble and make them shine like brand new. Sprinkle some baking soda on the stains. This natural disinfectant does not affect marble, but it fights against stains and germs. Using a soft cloth damped with water rub the stains until they wear off. Then, rinse the complete marble sink with water and dry it using a soft cloth. As a matter of precaution do not use acidic cleaners or substances for cleaning marble. These substances can even include juice and lemon. Using these substances can leave etch on the marble surface that will become permanent damage.
Source by Aaden Bell