Italy White Arabescato Marble Slab For Floor and Wall Tiles
Arabescato Marble is a white background with grey veins marble and quarried in Italy.
It can be finished with marble slab, marble tile, marble countertops, marble mosaic, marble steps & riser, marble bathroom vanity tops, marble tabletops, etc.
Arabescato marble is a natural stone that is best suited for bathroom vanities and tub surrounds. Unique grey veining patterns run throughout the white marble.
Arabescato Marble is quarried from a bedrock quarry in the Apuan mountains near Carrara, Italy. This white marble has a unique structure that shows large and small egg-shaped areas of white surrounded by light grey veins. Some slabs may have a slight amount of green or burgundy mixed in the grey veins.
White Arabescato Marble Polished Slabs Pictures
Arabescato marble is an exquisite combination of soft whites and dusty grays that swirl together in a timeless marble pattern. Create beautiful marble countertops, shower surrounds accent walls, and other design features throughout homes and commercial properties.
White Arabescato Marble Honed Slabs Pictures
Create beautiful marble countertops, shower surrounds accent walls, and other design features throughout homes and commercial properties. In addition to slabs, White Arabescato marble is available in a wide array of coordinating white tile featuring patterns, octagons, mosaics and more
White Arabescato Marble Project Pictures
Arabescato marble is normally found deep in the Italian countryside, cut and sold as full slabs. Real marble is timeless and a statement of elegance and wealth. However, real marble can wear down over time, is porous, stains easily, and can be expensive.
White Arabescato Marble is a white background with grey waves marble quarried in Italy. This stone is especially good for Countertops, monuments, mosaic, exterior - interior wall and floor applications, fountains, pool and wall capping, stairs, window sills, and other design projects.
|1. Material:||White Arabescato Marble|
|4. thin tile size:||305 x 305 x 10 / 12mm (12" x 12" );|
610 x 305 x 10 / 12mm (24" x 12" );
457 x 457 x 10 / 12mm ( 18" x 18" );
|5. tile size:||610 x 610 x 15 / 18 / 20mm (24" x 24" );|
914 x 914 x 15 / 18 / 20mm (36" x 36" );
1000 x 1000 x 15 / 18 / 20mm;
|6. slab size:||2400 above x 1200 above x 15 / 18 / 20 / 30mm;|
2800 above x 1600 above x 15 / 18 / 20 / 30mm;
|7. Available finishing surface:||kitchen countertops, vanity tops, work tops, window sills, skirting, steps & riser stairs.|
|8. Aplication :||indoor wall, floor|
Does marble have to be sealed?
Marble is a porous material, which means it has pores or tiny holes in the makeup of the stone that air and liquids can be absorbed into. This can be a problem in kitchens, where spills are common. So generally speaking, yes marble should be sealed. How often depends on the stone and sealing process.
When your marble is installed, you’ll receive information about the proper sealing methods for your specific product. Typically you can seal marble yourself, and the process usually involves spraying on the sealing agent and then using a soft cloth to rub it in.
Also note, because sealers wear over time, it is important to clean up spills quickly. If the sealer in an area has weakened, food and liquids can penetrate the stone, which can permanent stains, discoloration, and etching.
Can you put hot pots and pans on marble countertops?
Marble has a high heat tolerance, but you should not put extremely hot items directly on the stone. A pot or pan right off the cooktop, for example, could cause a thermal shock that will crack the marble. Extreme heat can also cause a noticeable color change or minor burn mark on the stone. This is true of most natural stones. You’re not likely to have an issue if you do put something hot on your marble countertop, but it is recommended that you let items cool down or use trivets and coasters to be safe. If you’re looking for a stone with better heat tolerance than marble, try granite.
Why does marble turn yellow?
White marble can turn yellow or brown when the stone is directly it is exposed to water for long periods of time, or if the stone is penetrated by harsh chemicals, including bleach and acids found in some foods and household cleaners. The yellowing usually happens because the iron in the stone oxidizes. If the seal on the marble has weakened or worn, water and other chemicals can reach the surface of the stone and absorb into the pores, which causes discoloration.
Yellowing and discoloration can also be caused if the marble is not cleaned properly. Some cleaners, polishes, and waxes that are not designed for marble can leave a build-up that will cause the stone to turn yellow.
In most cases, the stone can be repaired. It is suggested that you contact an expert for these repairs.
8.Q: How is your packing?
1) Strong wooden crates or pallets for finished products;
2) Wooden bundles for random slabs or gang saw slabs;
3) Another special package can be prefabricated accordingly your requirement;
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