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What is the best marble sealer?
Last Updated: 1st February, 2020
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Similarly, it is asked, what is the best way to seal marble?
Test the marble with water or mineral oil. Sealing your countertop is probably the best way to protect it, but before sealing it, you should make sure it needs to be sealed. Put a few drops of mineral oil or water on your counter and leave it for a few minutes (4 minutes for the water and 10 for the mineral oil).
Secondly, should marble be sealed? Not all marble needs to be sealed. Before sealing a marble countertop, test it with mineral oil or water to make sure it really does need to be sealed. Unfortunately, sealing marble won't help to prevent etchings. Etching is not a stain.
One may also ask, do Marble sealers work?
Marble Sealers do a great job at preventing stains, but it is important to note that no sealer is perfect and if liquids are given enough time they can still penetrate and leave stains in the stone. So when you apply sealer its important not to forget about cleaning and caring for your marble.
How often should you seal marble?
Most stone experts recommend sealing your marble countertops every 3-6 months, depending on the color and quality of the marble. To preserve the quality of your stone surface, you need to be diligent about sealing it.