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    - Kinga
    02:43PM, Jan 6 2012 Marble requires more maintenance than granite. It’s more porous and can scratch, etch and stain easily. However, many people do use marble in their kitchens. With small children, I would probably recommend a stone like the Classic White as it’s more durable. But again, if you properly maintain it, I don’t see a reason why you cannot use it!
  • Mbonagura 11:52AM, Jan 6 2012 This is so beautiful! I need a countertop for my kitchen island and I would love to use calacatta marble, but I am worried about durability. I have two small boys. Can I use this or would you recommend a different material?
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    - Derek
    03:27PM, Sep 1 2011 What kind of countertop are you considering? Where would it be located in the house?
  • Marble 11:28PM, Aug 28 2011 Would this be good for a countertop?
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    - Derek
    03:12PM, Jun 8 2011 This depends on the exact measurements that you require for the project. Please contact our sales office by email or phone for a free estimate.
  • Lbglover2002 01:24PM, Jun 8 2011 HOW much would a marble table top solid and a marble base solid will be priced as
  • Richiemartinez89 08:19PM, Jun 1 2011 Before i put a sealer on my new tile, should i frist use a marble polish with a #1steel grad to bring out the shine.
  • cynthia 04:31PM, Mar 14 2010 Love this classic marble for my new white Italian glass kitchen, although everyone says it will stain. I am looking for an affordable marble - including installation. Any other highly veined marbles (maybe with a little brown though keeping overall blue-grey tones) that are less expensive. Soapstone the alternative.