There is a fact that should be acknowledged above all. Marble is a soft stone; therefore, it is easily scratched and worn out.
Using protective covers such as carpets or mats prevents the deformation of floor covering in sections such as entrances or halls, where the circulation is at the highest.
On the other hand, placing a doormat in front of the front-entrance door reduces the risk of sand, dust, and dirt entering the house from the street.
Also, without doubt, application of impregnated and crystallized polish to increase the resistance extends the life of marble. Removing the dust on marble surfaces by frequently using dust catcher antistatic sprays significantly prevents scratches.
As for washing, warm water and neutral detergents should be preferred. The water should be frequently changed when washing; and the surface should be dried with a soft fabric.
Additionally, polishes for everyday use also help the varnish of marble to be long-lasting. When a liquid is accidentally spilled over a marble surface, it should be immediately cleaned; otherwise, the marble will absorb the liquid and stains will develop.