Raw plumbing refers to all of the plumbing installation, including waste lines and the source, which is produced before procedures in a building, such as finishing paint. The area near the pipe requires preparation before installation of the pipe or water line to protect against water damage and to keep it in the best possible condition.
Marble is a fragile stone that requires regular maintenance to maintain the best appearance possible. Proper surface preparation before plumbing installation or marble counters protects them from damage.
The marble with a mixture of warm water and a drop of liquid soap applied with a soft sponge. This removes dirt and grime without damaging the marble. Avoid using chemical solvents or wire brushes that can damage the surface of the marble.
Apply a sealant to the marble with a brush or roller to protect the surface against infiltration of the water while installing the pipe. The sealer fills the pores of the marble to prevent moisture from penetrating into it. The sealant also protects marble from stains during the plumbing process. Once the first coat has dried, apply a second coat for best results.
Cover the marble with a tarpaulin, while working on the pipes, to avoid further staining or damage.