Tile & Grout Cleaning & Sealing

tile & grout cleaning

Tile & grout cleaning & sealing. Tiles also come in a variety of materials that require slightly different handling, depending on what they are made from.

Concrete & Stone Solutions
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Peter Forsythe
Peter Forsythe
19:18 16 Mar 21
We had a few quotes to restore our tired looking limestone floor. From the quotes we received we found Artur to be the most professional and knowledgeable about what we were looking for.Artur cleaned, polished and sealed our floor and I must say it looks better than it ever has, even than the day... it was first laid.Unbelievable results, we are so happy and this has saved us so much money as we were talking about ripping up the tiles and starting again. We are so glad we didn't.Well done Concrete & Stone Solutions. I would definitely recommend.read more
Lisa Bennett
Lisa Bennett
18:39 13 Oct 20
Absolutely in love with my marble floor after concrete and stone solutions have polished it, leaving me with a shine on it that I have never had before. Thank you so much for such an amazing job. Perfection right down to the last tile 😊 was an absolute pleasure to have in my house, grafter! Truly... knows the meaning of elbow grease!!! 100% satisfiedread more
David Markham
David Markham
17:56 13 Oct 20
We employed Artur to clean our kitchen limestone floor which had been down for 3 years.We found Artur to be extremely professional and friendly. He is not only very knowledgeable about how to clean and maintain natural stone floors, but he is clearly very enthusiastic about his work too. Not only... did he do an excellent job of cleaning the stone and especially the grout, but he also left us with extra cleaning materials and expert tips on how to keep our floor in good condition. Artur was very pleasant and trustworthy to have in our house and we would highly recommend him.read more
John Young
John Young
19:43 20 Aug 20
My travertine floor tiles in my kitchen and conservatory were looking rather tired and needed some tlc. Artur came to the rescue and cleaned, rinsed many times, afterwards sealed the tiles to stop further dirt and water from impregnating the tiles, he then honed the tiles to get them back to a... smooth finish as they were when new. The end result was a satin type sheen which brought out the natural features of the tiles. Artur worked very hard and his attention to detail and quality was second to non and I would not hesitate to recommend him. A great job!read more
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porcelain tiles cleaning, porcelain tiles sealing
Porcelain tiles

Porcelain tiles

While porcelain may sound delicate and is often associated with breakables such as cups or bowls, it is very durable and robust when made into flooring tiles. It is also easy to clean and requires little maintenance.

The most common problem with porcelain tiles is that they can lose their shine over time. This is most often due to a build-up of household cleaning prodIf stains aren’t cleaned when they happen, some substances can require stain removal treatment to cope with the removal. This is something done by an expert as using the wrong cleaning materials can damage the surface of the porcelain.ucts, but the solution is to strip away this layer and ensure the shine is restored.

If stains aren’t cleaned when they happen, some substances can require stain removal treatment to cope with the removal. This is something done by an expert as using the wrong cleaning materials can damage the surface of the porcelain.

ceramic tiles cleaning, ceramic tiles sealing
Ceramic tiles

Ceramic tiles

Ceramic tiles are another popular way to add something to your floor, that is stylish but also practical. The tiles are made from natural clay and sand mixed with water and fired in a kiln to make them very tough and durable. But there are a few issues you can encounter with them.

Stain removal is a common issue if something spills onto the tiles and isn’t cleaned up quickly or properly. Alternatively, using the wrong cleaning products can also cause problems as things like ammonia or bleach can stain the grouting around the tiles. Overly abrasive scrubbing materials can also damage the surface and lead to the tiles needing to be replaced.

quarry tiles cleaning, quarry tiles sealing, quarry tiles renovation, quarry tiles restoration
Quarry tiles

Quarry tiles

Quarry tiles are made from a process that is a little like the making of terracotta but tend to be thinner and less porous, so they work well on floors and don’t absorb water that is spilt on them.

Often people are advised to use linseed oil on quarry tiles to keep them looking good and protect them. But the problem is that this can build up over time and draw dirt and soil to it. The solution then is stripping the layers from the tiles and restoring them with fresh seals to stop the problem. Tile & grout cleaning.

Caring for luxury vinyl tiles (LVT)

tile & grout cleaning

Luxury vinyl tiles or LVT are one of the newer options for flooring and have become very popular due to their ease of cleaning and stylish looks. Top brands include Karndean and Amitco.

Generally, caring for these tiles is similar to other types of flooring – regular vacuuming or sweeping with a soft brush followed by a weekly wash to clean any stains. Avoid over-wetting the flooring.

Stain removal from these tiles is often simple, but occasionally there can be more complicated issues. That is when you need an expert to look at it. Stains can sometimes break through the epoxy resin that seals the top of the tiles, and this can lead to a hole or scratch, so the right products must be used in their maintenance.

Don’t use wax on these tiles as this can make them very slippery to walk on and also dull their appearance. Likewise, be careful about the use of chemicals – if they are safe for LVT, still only use a small amount to avoid making the floor slippery and dangerous.

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Slate Floor Tiles

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