In spite of being incredibly beautiful, marbles are highly prone to get stained. Such stains become difficulty to remove if you allow to sit those in that area for an extended period of time.
However, there are ways to get rid of it and here’s a detailed guidelines, given by the experts.
First of all, get these materials ready:
1. Paper towels
2. Small bowl
3. Plastic wrap
5. Hydrogen peroxide
Once you get these at your easiest access, here’s a look into the method to remove yellow stains from the marble flooring.
1. Start with making a poultice with small pieces of paper towel and place them in a bowl. Now add a few drops of ammonia, and enough hydrogen peroxide, so as to soak the paper towel effortlessly.
2. Now place the piece of wet towel on the stained area of the marble floor. Check , if the paper towel are properly saturated, otherwise they won’t sit on the marble. Also, cover the area with a small piece of plastic wrap and secure it with a tape. Cut a few small vents in the plastic to help air move through it.
3. The poultice would need 2-3 days to completely stick on the stained area. Let it completely dry. Check it on every 24 hours till you open it to see the results.
4. Now when the towels are completely dried up, slowly remove them and gently wash with warm water. You can even use hydrogen peroxide and ammonia, however, make sure that you are using it throughout the floor, otherwise some areas will have blotchy stains.
Experts say, it’s one of the most hassle free ways of removing yellow stains from the marble and granite floors. However, make sure that you are not using detergent for removing stains. This will damage the floors.