In the eyes of many homeowners, there are no countertops prettier than those crafted from genuine marble. One of the delights of marble is that it is quarried in many locations around the world, and each marble deposit is colored by minerals specific to that location that give it a unique appearance. While its beauty is one of the pros of marble countertops, the primary disadvantage of marble in the bathroom is that it is susceptible to stains from nail polish, cleaners, liquid soap and other common products. The marble countertops must be sealed properly and repeatedly to keep them free of stains. Stains can be removed with a pouch-style product formulated for marble, and polish spray can be used to protect it and maintain its good looks.The dominant color of marble is white, which can be found in Greece, India, Italy, and in parts of the United States.