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The tiles in our office building are very old, but they are still in excellent shape because of the way this professional company cleaned them. They are the best tile cleaning service i found and have done such a great job cleaning and sealing & protecting our tiles.

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FAQs » Sealing Stone Floors

  • Q: What products do you use?
  • A: We use premium cleaners and sealers from leading industry suppliers as appropriate.
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Other FAQs :

  • Q: My polished marble / limestone / travertine is sealed but still has marks - why?
  • A: Penetrating stone sealing products protect the stone from staining. Often the “stains” are not stains but etches. These stones are acid-sensitive, and any acid will burn the polish and create a dull or frosty surface. A good example is red wine. On an unsealed stone you will get a red stain and an etch, but on a sealed stone you will only get the etch. Penetrating sealers sit below the surface of the stone and prevent the red wine acid penetrating deeply to set up a stain, but will allow the acid to burn the surface. Acid can be in many forms, as simple as fruit or wine and salad dressings, or in the bathroom, urine may do the damage. This damage can be repaired.
    • Q: If I seal my grout, will it stay clean?
    • A: No - not without the correct cleaning. Grout is the low point and often the most porous part of the wall or floor, and gathers the grime and residue from mopping. Sealing your grout makes it easier to keep clean. With a good grout sealer or colourant, you will get a much better result when you give your grout a good clean with the correct cleaner.
      • Q: Why should I seal my stone surface and when?
      • A: All natural stone products will stain almost immediately after spilling anything on them. Sealing a stone surface will be effective against permanent damage but spills should still be cleaned up as quickly as possible. There are different sealing methods for different natural stone surfaces. Sandstone, Terracotta and Limestone must be sealed before the tiles are laid and grouted. All are very porous and will soak up stained water from the adhesive, grout etc. very quickly. Terracotta in particular is immensely porous and should be sealed front, back and sides before laying. Limestone is also particularly vulnerable and gloves should be worn when handling it as finger marks can stain the surface and will not necessarily show until its too late. Granite, Marble, Slate and Travertine are sealed on all edges and the top after being laid and grouted. These floors must be thoroughly cleaned prior to sealing.

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