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Obsolete Remnants | Marble Remnant Partial Slab (Material Only) | Finish Available | cm Thickness Options

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Thickness: 3.0cm
Finish: Polished
Size: 62" x 35"
Style: Obsolete Remnants
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About This Item:

Suitable Applications: Indoor Surfaces Only

Style: Obsolete Remnants

Product Information:
Stain Resistance
Low Resistance: Requires frequent sealing; prone to stains
Scratch Resistance
Low Resistance: Soft stone; scratches easily
Heat Resistance
Low Resistance: Best in areas with low heat exposure​; can be damaged
Hardness
Rated 3-5 on Mohs Hardness scale; softer, prone to scratches
Periodic Re-sealing
Required 2-3 times per year
Country of Origin
Various countries
Item Weight
13-17 lbs/sf
Material Warranty
1-Year Limited Warranty
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$300.61

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As soon as Jul 24
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Installed as soon as Aug 05

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Q: What are marble countertops made of?

A: Marble countertops are made from natural metamorphic rock that forms when limestone is subjected to high heat and pressure. This process recrystallizes the limestone into marble, which has a distinctive veined appearance.

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Q: Do marble countertops require sealing?

A: Yes, marble countertops are porous and should be sealed to protect against stains and spills. It is recommended to seal marble countertops every 6-12 months, depending on usage and the type of sealer used.

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Q: How do marble countertops compare to granite countertops?

A: Marble is softer and more porous than granite, making it more susceptible to scratching, staining, and etching. Granite is harder, more durable, and requires less maintenance. Marble, however, offers a unique, elegant look with its veined patterns.

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Q: Can marble countertops withstand heat?

A: Marble countertops are heat-resistant but not as much as granite or quartzite. While they can handle moderate heat, placing hot pots and pans directly on the surface is not recommended, as it can cause discoloration or damage. Always use trivets or hot pads.

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Q: What should I do if my marble countertop chips or cracks?

A: Marble can chip or crack under heavy impact. Small chips can often be repaired with epoxy or resin. For larger cracks or significant damage, it is best to contact a professional for repair or replacement.

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Q: Are marble countertops scratch-resistant?

A: No, marble is softer and more prone to scratching compared to harder stones like granite and quartzite. Using cutting boards is essential to prevent scratches and protect the surface.

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Q: How should I clean and maintain marble countertops?

A: Clean marble countertops with a pH-neutral cleaner or mild dish soap and warm water using a soft cloth or sponge. Avoid using acidic or abrasive cleaners, as they can damage the stone. Wipe up spills immediately to prevent staining.

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Q: Can marble countertops be used outdoors?

A: Marble is not ideal for outdoor use due to its susceptibility to weathering and staining from exposure to the elements. Prolonged exposure to sun, rain, and temperature changes can degrade the surface over time.

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Q: How do marble countertops compare to quartz countertops?

A: Marble offers a classic, elegant appearance with its unique veining, but it requires more maintenance and care due to its softness and porosity. Quartz countertops are more durable, non-porous, and require less maintenance, making them more practical for high-traffic areas.

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Q: Are marble countertops environmentally friendly?

A: Marble countertops are made from natural stone, which is environmentally friendly. However, the quarrying process can have environmental impacts. Choosing locally sourced marble can reduce the carbon footprint associated with transportation.

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