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Marble

Marble

Marble has been treasured for thousands of years for its rich texture, vibrant colors and unique appearance. Marble is composed of sedimentary rock that has undergone intense heat of greater than 1800 degrees F and extreme pressure deep within the Earth.
Marble is a metamorphic rock that forms first like a limestone but then undergoes a re-crystallization through the influence of heat and pressure. While its appearance changes during the metamorphic process, the chemical makeup and sedimentary structures of the marble remain. Marbles are mostly composed of calcite and/or dolomite and often have distinct swirls and veins that can contain quartz and feldspar. Marbles will take on a brilliant polish and are available in a wide range of colors and patterns. Like limestones, marbles are porous and susceptible to staining. In direct sunlight or outdoor installations colorful marbles will fade over time and will also show wear patterns and scratches. The makeup of marble makes it vulnerable to acids that can etch the surface, dulling the polished finish. It is important to seal marble installations with a penetrating sealer and to develop a regular maintenance program using Ph neutral cleaners. Marbles are most commonly finished to a high polish but can also be honed, etched, or tumbled