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White Carrara Marble


Origin: Italy – Tuscany
Color: White with light grey veinings Classification: Marble
Hardness: Medium

It doesn’t fear heat, however it’s suggested to use a heat resistant mat; it can also be scratched or ruined, and for this it’s suggested to use a cutting board.
For a good maintenance we suggest to clean with water or neutral/slightly alkaline detergents, specific for marble. It’s necessary to repeat periodically (at least once in a year but it depends on the use and on the maintenance of the client) the surface treatment with the specific treatment indicated, underlining that the use of protections doesn’t make the top immune from acidic and greasy substances, but it simply delays the effect of them. Always clean top when the stain is fresh even from water, to avoid the insurgence of limescale stains

Description of the material:
A material with a very high concentration of calcium oxide. Since it is a natural stone, it may contain white dust concentrations or pyrites concentrations, and the colors and veinings may vary in each piece.
Due to their structure, some veins may have a duller finish; pitting, meaning
tiny pinholes natural to this material, may sometimes occur. Always remove all spills
(even water) from the top at once to prevent lime-scale stains from forming.

Vulnerable to products such as:
– cleaning products not specifically intended for marble, and especially limescale removers,
– acidic and oily substances (cola, lemon juice, citrus, fruit juices, wine,
vinegar, oil, coffee, etc.), which might stain or dull the material.