Marble is a compact metamorphic rock formed from limestone rocks that, subjected to high temperatures and pressures, reach a high degree of crystallization. The basic component of marble is calcium carbonate, whose content exceeds 90%; that other 10% remaining are the other components that give their color and physical characteristics to marble. After a process of polishing by abrasion, the marble reaches a high level of natural brilliance, that is, without waxes or chemical components.