4 Common Problems of Marble as Wall and Floor Coatings That You Need To Know
Back 09/08/2020

Not only walls, floors are also an important part of a building. Therefore, the best material must be used as a floor covering material so that the house looks more beautiful. Natural stone is often chosen as the final finishing on the floor and also on the walls. The appearance of natural stone that is natural and not monotonous makes this stone as a favorite material.

 

However, it cannot be denied, whatever the type of material, it certainly has advantages and disadvantages, including natural stone material namely marble.

What are the problems that are often caused by natural stones?

 

1. Natural stone is a type of rock with large pores. Therefore water is easily absorbed through the capillarization process. This can cause the floor of natural stone to be easily dull, mossy, and moldy.

 

2. Efflorescence or crystallization that often appears like small white crystals on the surface of natural stone. This can occur when water seeping through the pores or gaps between natural stones and then reacting with alkaline elements in the mortar underneath.

 

3. Stains or spots on the marble and granite surfaces caused by the capillarization process, namely the process of increasing cement water originating from floor levelers, ceramic adhesive, and ceramic grout.

 

4. Spalling or the emergence of small holes on the rock surface. This problem usually occurs because homeowners use acid salt to remove stains on the marble floor.

 

However, with a good natural stone installation system, the above problems can be avoided by using the Stone Solution system from MU-Weber.

 

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