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How to Choose the Right Egyptian Marble for Your Floor

Updated: Oct 7, 2019

From white, beige, brown, pink, red and black, there are numerous Egyptian Marble stone colors available in the Egyptian Market. It is a Metamorphic Stone, which shines on polishing. Egyptian Marble floor slabs are derived out of marble stone blocks that are hard, dense and homogeneous.


Start With a Sealer

Marble is a natural stone and all natural Egyptian Marble materials have porous surfaces. This makes marble susceptible to damage from a variety of stains and spills. To protect against stains, a new installation of marble should be treated with both a below-surface sealer and a surface finishing treatment. This fills the pores in the material while also creating an invisible protective layer on top. For ongoing maintenance, the same surface sealing treatment should be applied every 6 to 12 months, depending on the amount of traffic the floor gets.



Egyptian Marble is one of the most timeless and elegant flooring options available. It has been a popular choice for designers, architects, and artists throughout much of human history. Natural marble is quarried from mountain ranges in various locations around the world, and this diversity is reflected in the wide range of types, finishes, sizes, and colors available in marble flooring tile. While marble is a highly durable flooring material, it does require some special care and maintenance. It must be treated on a regular basis to protect it from spills and moisture, and it is always susceptible to certain kinds of stains and damage.


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