Modest and modern in design, the low Coffee Table Amara presents itself in a straightforward design with a minimalist look.
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HOW TO CARE FOR MARBLE AND TRAVERTINE:
Marble is limestone that has metamorphosed and combined with natural elements. It is veined with a variety of colors and patterns. Since marble is easily stained, etched, and dulled, it is important that you know how to take care of it.
Travertine is also a form of limestone. This sedimentary rock is typically formed in springs, rivers, and lakes. It often has a fibrous or concentric appearance and exists in white, tan, cream-colored, and even rusty varieties.
There are a few basic rules for getting the most out of your marble furniture and ensuring its longevity:
- Be careful of wet rings forming on the surface after watering flowers or plants.
- Place coasters or trivets under glasses and dishes to prevent the formation of ring marks.
- Never expose marble or travertine furniture to sharp objects which can scratch the limestone.
- Never use vinegar, ammonia, bleach, lemon, or orange to clean marble or travertine, as acids can cause these limestones to corrode.
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