A coated marble table is the perfect choice if you want your table to be carefree and low-maintenance, with no worries of children spilling food or the occasional wine glass tipping on an evening with friends coming over.
Our coated marble tables are extra protected to withstand acids, such as in fruit, wine or coffee, moisture, oil or grease thanks to its laminated surface. Read more about the coated surface we create on the page About Marble. The protective surface on our coated marble tables reduces the risk of mis-colouration from spill, in comparison to tables in natural marble. Yet, we recommend that you always wipe off any spill as soon as possible.
Make sure to clean your marble table on a regular basis to keep it in perfection condition. For everyday use, our coated marble tables can be easily maintained. Just wipe off the table with a soft damp cloth. If a damp cloth is not enough you can test cleaning with a mild, all-purpose cleaner or dish detergent. Always test spot in an area out of sight before applying it to the whole table. If the surface is not altered in any kind, you can continue cleaning the rest of the table. Remove any residue with a clean damp cloth and then immediately wipe dry with a soft dry cloth.
Dust off the surface regularly with a soft microfibre cloth. To avoid everyday damage, use trivets, coasters and placemats to protect from hot tableware or anything that may scratch or stain the surface. Also, be careful with hard objects and avoid abrasive cloths, sponges or wire pads that might scratch the surface during regular use or cleaning.
Despite being hard, natural marble is a sensitive material, especially vulnerable when exposed to sour, acidic substances from food and drinks. For that reason, all our marble tables within the Natural Marble Category are impregnated with a special stone sealer and treated with end use in mind. The sealer provides the optimal compromise between a natural finish and functionality. It acts as a protective layer making the surface repellent to liquids and dirt while resulting in a smooth satin-like surface. Please note that the marble sealer is not permanent and must be reapplied every 8–12 months depending on the type and the amount of use.
Please always keep in mind that tables made from natural marble & stone need to be looked after.
Natural marble and stone are sensitive to acidic solvents such as coffee, orange juice, tomato sauce, ketchup, wine and carbonated beverages etc. It is strongly recommended that any spill should be wiped off immediately! Blot spills with a paper towel. Do not rub as this will spread the liquid. Use a pH-neutral detergent or stone soap to prevent the stain from drying out or absorbing into the stone. The longer a spill sits, the more likely it is to cause a stain. Even solvents such as water should be immediately blotted with paper tissue or a dry cloth, since the water can seep through the pores in the table, thereby resulting in discolouration. We recommend using a specialist natural stone soap to treat difficult stains.
To avoid everyday damage, use trivets, placemats and coasters to protect the top from hot tableware or anything that may scratch or stain the surface. Also, be careful with hard objects and avoid abrasive cloths, sponges or wire pads that might scratch the surface during regular use or cleaning.
Dust off the surface regularly with a soft microfibre cloth. We recommend cleaning it as gentle as possible. If necessary, clean with a soft cloth dampened with warm water and add a bit of mild pH-neutral dishwashing liquid. Remove any residue with a clean damp cloth.
Never use dusting sprays, abrasive cleaners or any other products that contain acids, alkalis, bleach or other potentially harmful chemicals. If unsure, always test on a spot in an area out of sight.
Von Chadaux shall not be responsible for any damages caused by improper handling or treatment.