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Marble, slate, sandstone, limestone, terracotta, victorian, porcelain and ceramic. Whatever your stone or tile type, we know how to treat them with our stone floor cleaning Cambridge service
First we’ll do important checks, then we’ll mask and protect surrounding areas, then we’ll get to work.
The Path to Rock-Solid Results
Step 1: Inspection
Step 2: Masking
Step 3: Vacuuming
Step 4: Pre-Cleaning
Step 5: Buff to a desired finish
Step 6: Sealing
See below for our full process
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What is the Art of Clean Stone Floor Cleaning & Tile Cleaning Process?
The 8 Step professional process for cleaning and sealing natural stone floors.
Inspection of the floor: this is to identify any limitations like stain removal, loss of loose grout surrounding surfaces sensitive to cleaning solutions and any other areas that need consideration before the cleaning starts.
When appropriate we mask the base of units using low tack adhesive tape, to protect from the possibility of overspray on to the units while cleaning at high pressure.
We vacuum the floor including edges to remove any dry soiling prior to cleaning.
We apply a specialist pre-spray to the surface of the stone floor and any grout lines. The specialist spray is allowed to dwell to emulsify the surface soils.
The surface of the floor is then scrubbed with a special brush to release the emulsified soils from the floor
Types of stone sealant and how they work
There are a range of different sealers available with most falling into three main groups:
They penetrate deep into the stone floor. Their purpose is to block contaminants from entering the substrate of the stone while at the same time allowing it to expel interior moisture. They are therefore “breathable” or vapour permeable.
They can be either strippable or permanent. Many are designed for resilient floors but will state that they are suitable for natural stone. Most of these are water based products which are made from polymers so that they can easily be removed with a compatible stripper.
Traditional sealing methods
Linseed oil and wax. This method needs to be carried out by an experienced technician as it can lead to undesired results if done wrong and it can be hard to correct.
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