Marble is limestone that has been pressed by the earth’s pressure to produce a hard substance of crystals and beautiful lines and colors. Marble can have nearly any coloring, from blacks to white, and with a number of fantastic colors in between such as green and pink.
While some marble can be very hard and vitreous, like granite or ceramic tile, much marble can be easily scratched and stained.
Because of its tendency to stain and scratch, marble countertops in kitchens and bathrooms is not always the most practical choice. Not only that, marble is so porous and absorbent that it will soak up stains that are almost impossible to clean.
However, with proper sealing and maintenance, marble can be made to work for countertops. Often, homeowners look at this issue holistically: marble's attractive appearance and value as a property value generator may outweigh the practical concerns.
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