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Marble floor

Posted by Esbee - Created: 5 years ago
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Posted by Esbee - 5 years ago

Thanks everyone for your replies.  I would say that marble is very durable - we haven't had any problem with it at all.  Children having been running on it and wine split and you wouldn't know at all.  

 

Hope that helps!

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Posted by A Breath of Fresh Air - 5 years ago

Most tool hire places hire out marble floor polishers.  But be careful: marble is very soft!  Avoiding grinding ridges and waves into your floor takes some skill and patience.

 Louisa 

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Posted by Fashion1 - 5 years ago

@ Esbee, you will have to leave the country-side and go to town, le cannet  or grasse - kiloutou.fr

@ job - don't spilll any red wine on them and also, i would suggest going for the cheaper option - ( looks about the same) travertin. Try carrelages batiment du littoral in vallauris

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Posted by job-212223 - 5 years ago

Seeing you already have marble floors, would  you recommend them for high density areas of the house and do you find they scratch easily?? Just choosing flooring and I really like the high shine that marble gives but have read some negative comments about their durability ?

thank you