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Polished Floor Tiles Lancashire

By On March 22, 2014 Under Stone Polishing, Travertine Floor Cleaning

It is inevitable that immediately after installation natural floor tiles are being marred by foot traffic. It is important that any cleaning products used to regularly maintain or clean your stone floor are formulated specifically for that stone type.

We were invited to fully restore these Travertine tiles in Chorley. After inspection of the travertine floor we offered information and advice about our stone restoration process and our client made the decision that they wanted a high-sheen, polished finish to their floor.

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We have devised a tailored process that utilizes specialised trade compounds and machinery that have been specifically developed for this procedure. This offers reduced disintegration of the stone tiles once they have been treated.

Once the stone flooring has been fully cleaned and restored, diamond encrusted rotary pads are used; this starts with course pads, reducing down through coarseness to finer pads. These incredibly fine pads produce a reflective and smooth finish.

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Our client was so pleased with her polished stone tiles. One true benefit is that it is a completely tailored procedure. Whilst working through the stone polishing process, you are able to continually monitor your progress in order to make sure that the finish achieved is matched to the vision of each individual client.

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The final part of the process is the application of an impregnating stone-specific sealer. Polished floor tiles look incredible and our client commented on our professional approach to our work. If you have any questions about polishing travertine tiles we invite you to call Ian on 01257 270775.

An inspection of your stone floors will be arranged at a time convenient for you and we use this opportunity to discuss the stone restoration process, any limitations to the job, the finishes that can be achieved and to offer advice.

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