Are you looking for a team specialising in marble restoration in the Sablon, Brussels or the surrounding area? Atelier Coperta renovates your marble pieces in your home, such as your marble stairs. We also repair all types of sculpture in stone, alabaster and marble.
How to recognize marble?
To clean your marble, grey marble, white marble or black marble, simply pour liquid black soap or Marseille soap into hot water. Then pour the solution onto your marble. Be sure to dry your marble well as it is not fond of water.
All pieces are unique, so please contact our workshop directly for a quote.
How to recognise alabaster?
Alabaster is a very homogeneous, milky white natural material used for stone cutting and sculpture. There are two types of alabaster: calcareous alabaster and gypsum alabaster.
Gypsum alabaster or "false alabaster", also called white alabaster. It is semi-transparent and does not scratch.
Calcareous alabaster or calcite, also called oriental alabaster, is easily scratched. It is most commonly used for the colour of its veins.
How to clean alabaster?
You will need to take a sponge and soak it in soapy water. Then pour a light layer of baking soda on your sponge. Your alabaster will be whitened.
How to clean your stone?
All you need is a sponge, a brush and a mixture of baking soda and black soap.
Info and contact
Are you interested in having us restore marble, stone or alabaster? Contact our porcelain restoration workshop and for other objects in the Sablon, in Brussels. We will be happy to advise you, whether you come from the capital (Ixelles, Anderlecht, Forest, Schaerbeek, Uccle, Marolles, Dansaert, the European quarter...) or elsewhere.