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May 12, 2023 2 min read

Carving Dreams into Reality!

The Star Murti Museum is a renowned murti manufacturer in Jaipur, specializing in creating exquisite marble murtis that are a perfect blend of artistry and spirituality. Marble murtis are known for their beauty, durability and ability to withstand the test of time. However, like any work of art, marble murtis require proper maintenance to ensure their longevity.

Here are some tips for preserving and maintaining your marble murtis from The Star Murti Museum:

  • Clean your marble murtis regularly with a soft, damp cloth to remove any dust or dirt. Avoid using abrasive cleaners or chemicals that can damage the marble's finish.
  • Protect your marble murtis from direct sunlight or harsh weather conditions. Exposure to sunlight and extreme temperatures can cause the marble to fade or crack.
  • Apply a coat of wax to your marble murtis every six months to maintain their shine and protect them from scratches.
  • Store your marble murtis in a cool, dry place when not in use to prevent them from accumulating moisture or dirt.

 Over time, marble murtis may develop signs of wear or damage. The Star Murti Museum offers professional restoration services to bring back the original splendour of your marble murtis. Their skilled artisans are adept at repairing cracks, chips, or any other forms of damage, ensuring your murtis regain their pristine condition.

Marble is porous and can be susceptible to staining. It is essential to take precautions to prevent any substances from coming into contact with the surface of the murtis. Here we advise using coasters or protective mats to avoid stains from beverages or other liquids. Promptly clean any accidental spills to prevent the marble from absorbing the substance.

To add the icing on the cake we at our museum take great pride in creating marble murtis that are not only visually stunning but also long-lasting. Our team of skilled artisans use the finest quality marble and traditional techniques to craft murtis that are an embodiment of divinity and beauty.