Asked by: Aleksander Fenners
asked in category: General Last Updated: 1st March, 2020

Do you need to seal polished marble?

Polished marble doesn't readily absorb liquids and often does not need sealing. In fact, the sealer itself may not absorb. Of course, this is good. Honed marble is a bit more absorbent than when the marble has a polished finish and will more likely take a sealer.

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Then, do I have to seal polished marble?

If my marble surface is polished to a high finish, does it still need to be sealed? Yes. Marble and natural stone regardless of the finish is still porous and is susceptible to dirt penetrating the surface and staining. The surface still should be sealed with a penetrating sealer.

Beside above, how often does marble need to be sealed? 3-6 months

Then, do you need to seal polished marble before grouting?

Seal Marble Before Grouting Marble is porous and could easily absorb color from the grout, so it's important to seal the stone before you grout — even if you're using white grout. Just rub the tile's surface with a soft cotton rag that's damp with stone sealer.

What is the best sealer for marble?

Best Marble Sealer in March, 2020

Drytreat Stain-proof Plus (Editor`s Choice) Penetrating 16 oz
Tenax Proseal Sealer (Editor`s Choice) Penetrating 1 Quart
StoneTech BulletProof Penetrating 1 Quart
Tuff Duck Sealer Penetrating 22 oz

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