Wipe marble tiles surfaces with a wet cloth. Use only warm tap water, as many household cleaners are too harsh for marble tiles counters. Wipe the length of the counter with a wet cloth. Microfiber cloths are best for this if you have them, they’ll give the counter a better scrub without needing to use a household cleaner. If you need to clean your counter more thoroughly, you can use commercial cleaners specifically designed for marble tiles.
For marble tiles floors, passing a dust mop on the surface regularly should be enough for regular cleaning. However, if the floor is dirty and requires some extra cleaning, add a couple of drops of dish soap to a bucket of water and use a microfiber head mop to clean the floor with this solution. Dry the floor thoroughly after cleaning it. This kind of cleaning should be done daily to clear crumbs or any dust that may have accumulated on the counter, it won’t clean serious stains.
Wipe tiles dry with a separate cloth. Don’t let the marble tiles just air dry, since marble tiles is easily marked by water spots. Use a microfiber cloth to wipe tiles until they’re dry. Spread a baking soda mixture over the marble tiles polish it. Mix three tablespoons (44ml) of baking soda with one quart (946ml) of water. Use a shammy to spread this mixture over your marble tiles surface.
Let the mixture sit on your marble tiles for a few hours before wiping it away with a wet cloth. Sprinkle crushed chalk over your marble tiles to polish it further. For best results, you’ll want to use a box of white chalk and use a mortar and pestle to crush it into fine dust. Use a shammy to wipe the counter in circles, buffing it and bringing out the shine.
Wipe the chalk dust away with a dry cloth after buffing it. Remove the painter’s tape after applying the silicone adhesive and before it dries. Start removing each piece of tape immediately after applying your adhesive beads. Either remove your tape after each bead or all at once after applying all of the beads.