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Stone Cleaning Top Tips

By On July 26, 2016 Under Cleaning Services

Our blog is an exceptional platform to discuss a wide range of factors relating to floor cleaning and full restoration. It works to offer a well-rounded guide into some of the fascinating elements of stone cleaning and we created this brief video to offer some top tips.

This starts from the very point that your stone tiles are fitted. Wouldn’t it be great if we could pause time and keep them looking as pristine as the day that they were fitted? To make this possible the room would need to be unused and then you would miss out on the opulence and beauty that a stone floor provides.

Usual daily wear and regular cleaning can work to deteriorate the surface of the tile. Dirt is pushed into grout lines and particles under your feet can create scratches. Unfortunately this is inevitable.

Tip 1: covers the requirement for trade machinery and products. It is a pretty obvious statement but these will inevitably create a superior finish due to the fact that they will be tailored to the tile type and offer an intensive clean.

Tip 2: it is possible that your tiles may have been damaged. If this is the case it is only the best-served professionals that can offer stone repair services.

Tip 3: is to avoid general day-to-day cleaners. If these are not specifically formulated for natural stone or tiles it is likely that it can break down the surface seal or damage the tiles over time.

Tip 4: is to save time by employing a professional that has the knowledge of the most up to date cleaning methods, products and equipment.

Tip 5: is to invest time in finding the best-served local specialist. Take time to look into their website, their images of previous work completed and detail available for prospective customers.

We are always looking for ways that we can educate our clients; if you would like to arrange a stone cleaning quotation call today on 0800 852 7177.

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