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Antiques and Collectibles: Cleaning Marble

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Medina, OH

June 8, 2008
6:09 PM

Post #5072355

Can anyone tell me how to clean antique marble? Thanx!
Desoto, TX
(Zone 8a)

June 8, 2008
9:39 PM

Post #5073244

Your hardware store should have a special cleaner just for marble. It should be in the section where they have silver and other metal cleaners. With so many kitchen counters now made of granite/marble there should be something in the cleaning aisle of the grocery store.

Found this link after "Googling" marble cleaner.

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