Part of cleaning and maintaining your countertops is to make sure that they are free from harmful germs and other disease causing micro-organisms. Over the last couple of years, we all have learnt the importance of disinfecting every part of your home to stay safe. When it comes to disinfecting the marble countertops, there are certain considerations that you must keep in mind.
Being a porous material, marble allows liquids to seep through and leaves stains if untreated. In addition, marble is susceptible to etching when it comes into contact with acidic chemicals, so you should be careful while choosing the disinfecting products for your kitchen countertops.
Wondering How To Disinfect Your Marble Countertops? Continue Reading…
- The first step in disinfecting the countertops is to clean the surface with a mile stone-safe cleaner. Before you do so, remove all bits of spilled foods and liquids.
- The second step is to spray antimicrobial solution on the countertop surface. After spraying, let the chemical sit for three to four minutes to kill all the pathogens, and allow the solution to air dry.
- Finally, wipe your countertops using a clean, dry microfiber cloth. This will help ensuring that the leftover product is completely wiped off.
Why Should You Disinfect Your Marble Countertops?
Keeping your marble countertops free of germs is essential for the health of your family. Cleaning, sanitizing and disinfecting your countertops on a regular basis will help preventing the spread of food-borne and other infectious diseases. If you are worried about the health of your family, it is worthwhile to make an effort to disinfect your countertops more often.
Contact Baasar Stones:
If you have any other questions about caring for your natural stone countertops or you would like to install new countertops in your Melbourne home, contact Baasar Stones – a leading natural stone supplier in Melbourne. Our knowledgeable team will help you pick the perfect natural stone benchtops and slabs for your property, complementing your design aesthetic. To know more about the collection of natural stones, call (03) 9357 7780 and talk to us today.