For rust stains, the marble tile can be treated with Glycerin, Sodium Citrate, Oxalic Acid, Ammonium Oxalate or Sodium salt.
For oil-based stains, like grease, tar, cooking oil and food, you can use bleach or a scour, household detergent, Ammonia, mineral spirits or Methyl Chloride.
When efflorescence appears, namely white haze appearing on the surface of a marble paver, you should use distilled water to remove the substance.
For cases of ink stains, dark colored marble can be treated with Acetone or thinner while the light colored be treated with bleach or peroxide.
For biological type of stains like moss, algae, fungi, you can use diluted ammonia, bleach, peroxide or sodium hydrochloride.
If you happen to spill paint on your marble flooring, you can use alkaline paint remover or Methyl Chloride. For organic stains like tea, coffee and cosmetics, you can use Acetone, Toluene, and Xylene or pour Hydrogen Peroxide, add a few drops of Ammonia and leave it for a while.
If you notice your Marble pavers seem to be discoloring you can use either alkaline stripper, bleach, Hydrogen Peroxide or re-hone and polish them.
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