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Care & Maintenance


Marble is a limestone that through pressure and heat has been recrystallized. During this process, various minerals enter the stone, which leads to a variety of colors, patterns, and veining of the stone. This means that every piece of stone is unique, and the colors and veining will vary for each product.


Black with white veining variations


Brown with lighter brown and white veining and patterns


Ranging from a blue green color to dark green with veining in dark green and white


Gray with white veining


White with gray undertones and gray veining


For daily cleaning, use a damp, non-abrasive cloth to wipe off marble surfaces. Use only neutral soaps. Do not use scouring pads, acidic detergents, or abrasive cleaning products of any kind, as this may permanently scratch, stain, or damage the surface.

Take special care to avoid contact with common acidic liquids such as vinegar, wine, fruit juices, coffee and tea – all of which can stain marble permanently. If marble comes into contact with any of these liquids, it should be cleaned immediately with a soft damp cloth and neutral soap.

Although marble surfaces can withstand moderate heat for short periods of time, take care, as high heat can cause stains or cracks to appear. Cookware taken directly from the stove or oven should not be placed directly onto marble surfaces. Instead, always use a trivet or hot pad when placing hot cookware onto marble surfaces. Additionally, avoid pulling, sliding, or dragging objects across marble surfaces, as abrasive friction can cause scratches.

If exposed to direct sunlight for extended periods, the color of marble can be permanently altered. Over time, sun and light can cause the color of the stone to fade. Also, surface discoloration can occur when objects placed on top of marble are left in the same place for long periods.

Each marble tabletop from GUBI is treated and sealed with a special coating to help protect the material and extend the useful life of the product. Treatment of GUBI’s marble tops should be performed by a professional or at the customer's own risk.


Although marble is a durable, and often heavy, stone material, it can be fragile. Take into consideration the weight, texture, and moisture content of objects placed on marble surfaces. Abrasive materials can scratch, acid and moisture can stain, sunlight can discolor, and excessive weight or impact can break or crack the stone. It is important to always treat your marble tabletops from GUBI with care.

The information included in these materials is guidance on the proper care and maintenance of GUBI products, but this guidance cannot be considered a guarantee of specific results. GUBI is not liable for any damage resulting from care and maintenance activities. Information from suppliers of chemicals and cleaning solvents, including but not limited to label instructions, should always be followed.