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Cleaning Marble Showers

Cleaning marble showers and sealing them is something you should be doing at least once a year.

All that water in an unventilated space is the perfect place for mildew and fungus to grow and of course soap scum doesn't clean easily.

For us the biggest challenges with cleaning marble showers, is the soap scum build-up. We use MB-3 Soap Scum Remover to clean all our marble showers, which is the best soap scum cleaner we have found.

Our recommendation for maintaining a marble shower is to use a squeegie to wipe down your marble surface after each use.

It's not hard to clean your marble shower and if you keep it sealed properly, you shouldn't have to worry about unwanted stains.

If you aren't sure if the cleaner is marble safe, test in an inconspicuous area before applying to the marble surfaces.

If you have mildew in your marble, travertine or any tile shower area, try MB-9 Mildew Stain Remover to help kill and remove any mildew that has started to grow.

How to Clean Marble Showers

Cleaning marble showers is the same as cleaning any natural stone and isn't a hard task.

Don't be worried about damaging your stone.

Soap scum will be the hardest part to clean as it's invisible to see, and acutally dulls your polished marble tiles.

What we use when cleaning marble showers and dissolving soap scum is a product called MB-3 Soap Scum Remover

Cleaning Marble Showers Stone scrub works aggressively and it's unique abrasive nature will remove soap scum more rapidly than other soap scum removers.

For all other soap scum removers, spray on your cleaner from top to bottom. You're going to have to keep wetting the walls, as you want to let the cleaner start to emulsify the soap scum, mildew and dirt.

Scrub the marble walls of the shower with bristle pads and rinse with hot water several times.

Even with a soap scum remover you will see that it won't dissolve or scub off very easily.

Cleaning Marble Showers One way we deal with this problem is by scraping the marble tiles with new 3 inch razor scrapers. If you decide you want to do this, be very careful not to scratch the marble tiles.

Once the soap scum is removed, you will see the polished finish on the marble tiles return.

When it comes to cleaning marble showers or just maintaining natural stone and tile and grout, we strive to help educate our customers on the best protection they can have, helping them save time and money in costly restoration costs down the road.

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Stone Care Products

Are you a do-it-yourselfer? Always working on your home on one project to another. Check the link below to buy stone care products.
We know you can do it yourself and offer you the same products we use to clean stone and tile.

We Recommend MB-1 Marble, Granite and More Cleaner

Natural stone neutral floor cleaner that's safe for all surfaces, tile, stone, and wood.

We Recommend MB-3 Soap Scum Remover for Shower Cleaning

For cleaning any natural stone, ceramic tile and porcelain shower we recommend MB-3.

We Recommend MB-5 Marble, Granite and More Spray

For daily cleaning of marble, granite and all engineered stones. Great for metal and glass too!

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