Charming Cape Cod Renovation

Master bathroom with marble floor tile and wood his and her vanities.

Pete Weigley

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ritevibe wrote:13 November 2016
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    Knight Architects LLC
    3 years ago

    The owners have not had any protective sealer applied to the marble. It was not recommended to them by the stone distributor. We cannot recommend any brand or type or sealer or protective coating, sorry. Good luck.

  • Susan Vale
    3 years ago
    I have a marble top on my vanity. It is not sealed. I don't leave perfume or other products on the bench other than hand soap on a tray. I don't do my make up in the bathroom. All it gets exposed to is the odd splash of soap or toothpaste and these are easy dealt with with a damp cloth. So far it's holding up well although the first I got water on it I panicked because you could see the damp spots for what felt like ages. Now if I spill water I just give it a quick wipe. I love my vanity top and wouldn't swap it. I had the alternative to use a composite stone but it was the same cost as the marble off cut I ended up using. I am absolutely happy with the outcome.

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Deb added this to Master Bath 202016 August 2020

2 of these (separate vanities w built in between for more storage)

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