If scuff marks or anything appears on the surface of the Egyptian marble; beware that each case has its own specific method for cleaning “Egyptian marble” and obtain excellent effect:
For Oil Stains: Oil stains might be caused from butter, lotion or hand cream. Spread an absorbent fine powder (e.g. whiting or corn starch) on the surface. Then, brush to remove the powder and re-apply again. Repeat once more after 24 hours. To remove: you can rub with hot detergent solution and a rough brush, or you can wipe with ammonia and a slightly wet cloth. In both cases: rub, rinse and wipe dry.
For Organic Stains: Hold a poultice soaked with 20 percent peroxide (hair bleaching strength) and a little drops of ammonia; in case you want to clean your stone from: tea, coffee, colors bleached from paper, textiles or soft drinks stains.
Rust Stains: Put your rust stain remover, follow the instructions and avoid leaving the surface for a long time; as the acid of the rust remover might etch the surface of the stone.
Acid Stains: Try to wipe-up the acid (e.g. fruit juice, carbonated beverages), spill at once, and then use a wet cloth to wipe the surface. If surfaced is etched, polishing may be required.