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Things you didn’t know about botanic green marble

While botanic green marble looks beautiful, there are some properties you might not know about. For example, it is a natural filter that absorbs pollutants from the air.

How is green marble formed?

botanic green marble is a type of rock that is formed by solidification. Marble contains quartz, titanium, zirconium, chromium, nickel and copper. These elements form through pressure and volcanic activity within the Earth’s crust. Its surface has some small holes and cracks, which are caused by the cooling and water soaking of the marble while it was formed. Marble has many uses such as floors, doors, stairs, carvings and decorations.


What are the advantages of green marble?

1. Botanic green marble has excellent wear resistance and can be used for a long time without becoming yellow.

2. It is a renewable material, so it is very beneficial to protect the environment.

3. It has good heat insulation performance and can keep the room temperature stable.

4. The marble slab has a unique style in the decoration, which can enhance the temperament of the entire space.

5. It is a material with good durability and reasonable price.


 How is green marble applied to interior decoration?

When green marble is used in interior decoration, it can be used as a decorative material for walls, floors or ceilings. It is characterized by not easy damage, corrosion resistance and good wear resistance. In addition, green marble also has some unique functions, such as reducing noise, absorbing heat, reducing light reflection, etc. Therefore, these advantages should be considered when choosing green marble as an interior decoration material.


Manufacturing process of green marble.

The process of making botanic green marble is very complicated. First of all, it is necessary to prepare raw materials and select high-quality marble materials. Then, use machinery or artificially to grind the marble material into various shapes, and finally paint it to create your own green marble. Let’s follow the editor to find out.

Step 1: First, determine a basic parameter, namely size and thickness. The second is that in the process of processing, there must be certain hardness requirements for marble. If the hardness is too low, it will affect the processed marble products. Therefore, diamond tools are generally used for grinding. If the hardness is too high, sandpaper should be used for grinding.

Step 2: The next step is to adjust according to the specific situation, and then do it, so that the processing will be completed more easily.

Step 3: Finally, after the whole process is finished, it needs to be cured, so as to make it have a better decorative effect. The above are all the steps required to make green marble, I hope it can help you.


Maintenance of green marble

Green marble is a solid, long-lasting material. It has an elegant texture and unique pattern, so it has been widely used. It is very important to maintain marble. If it cannot be cleaned and maintained in time, it will cause cracks, mottled, yellowing, etc. on the surface. Here are a few ways to maintain marble.

1. Use water or neutral detergent to clean the marble surface. Wipe off the water on the stone with clean water and neutral detergent, and then gently wipe with a dry cloth to keep it clean and dry. Try to avoid contact with objects or liquids containing a lot of water in daily life. When lesions occur in the marble, the neolithic tools should be replaced immediately or treated by professionals.

2. During daily use, do not scratch or scratch the marble with sharp objects. Avoid direct contact with chemical substances such as acids and alkalis; avoid strong sunlight; avoid rain erosion, and prevent cracks after being damp, which will affect the appearance. If possible, it is best to clean the surface every morning to avoid cracks or spots over time.

Is green marble environmentally friendly?

Botanic green marble material has high strength and density, and is not easy to be damaged, so it is widely used in construction. However, due to the large amount of carbon dioxide emitted during the production of marble materials, it is considered an unfriendly material. Most of the botanic green marble materials currently on the market use marble with very low radioactive isotope content (usually less than 1%). In addition, marble products may contain heavy metals such as arsenic and mercury during processing, which will cause harm to human health. Therefore, when using botanic green marble, we must pay attention to the radiation protection of decorative stone.

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