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Ox Denmarq

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Kontakt os gerne for forespørgslerpå 98109200. Vi kan tilbyde alle varianter af OX Denmarq´Design! I vores fysiske butik har vi flere nyheder fra OX

OX Denmarq er et dansk kvalitets Brand Møbler fremstillet af OX Denmarq er primært  produceret  i læder kombineret med stål, messing eller træ. Nu er der yderligere tilføjet materialer som marmor, messing og kobber. Hos Living Trend & Livsstil har vi udvalgte favoritmøbler i vores fysiske butik fra OX Denmarq. Ox Denmarq er dansk møbelbrand med kvaliteter i topklasse til fornuftige priser.
Designet i Danmark og produceret i Danmark og Spanien. 
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What is marble?
Marble is basically a rock and thus a natural product.

Metamorphic rock, having been subject to tremendous heat and pressure to the point where various fossilized materials, along with the original limestone and sundry minerals, have become re-crystallized. This naturally decorative material is characterized by vein-like patterns which vary depending on which minerals, and which quantities of those minerals, were present during the re-crystallization of the original limestone parent rock. These patterns offer the unique appearance known to many, as well as the rich range of colours that are some of the most vibrant available in any natural stone.

This process also means that even a polished marble surface will have small imperfections.

Marble is a porous rock and will show wear as time passes.

Marble will be etched if it comes in contact with acid liquids, including soft drinks and juice. Marble absorbs oils and other liquids and will become stained if coloured liquids are spilled and left on a marble surface.

1) Prevention – before you start using your table
Before you start using your table, we recommend to treat the surface with a protective sealer. The sealer fills in the pores and repels spills on the surface, allowing you time to completely wipe it away.

Sealing helps to prevent stains from coloured liquids but it is no guarantee.

Red wine, coffee or tomato sauce (as obvious examples) will easily stain a white marble plate.

Furthermore, sealing does not prevent etching (see below).

We recommend to use Vaseline oil for the sealing process. However, many different products exist for this purpose.

2) When in use
Etching:
All liquids – in particular acid liquids – should be removed from the surface as quickly as possible. The best method is to use a sponge so as to avoid spreading the liquid on the surface.

All acid liquids will etch the surface. Etching will be most visible on polished marble (shiny surface) since the etching eats away the polish.

Even water can leave marks on a marble table top. Water contains minerals that will be left in the marble in case water is left on the top (e.g. water rings if humid cups and glasses are left directly on the marble.
Hot items should not be left directly on the marble surface, in particular if the marble surface has been sealed.

3) Cleaning a marble table top
It is recommended to clean the table top with a dissolution of PH-neutral soap. After the cleaning, the table should be wiped dry with dry cloth.

4) If you damage the marble top (stains or etching)
If the table top has been damaged, we recommend to ask an expert for advice.

The best action depends on the colour of the marble and the nature of the damage (stain or etching) and the substance that has damaged the table. ~