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I just got new tiles in the house which were very expensive. I needed to get them sealed but couldn't afford pricy service. I also didn't want to go with cheap unreliable service of course. My boss at work gave me the Tile Cleaners contacts saying that the guys charge very reasonable for a good quality service. I rang them. It is very pleasant to know there are companies out there actually caring about providing very high quality service for affordable prices. I gave your contacts to my sister. Thank you guys.

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FAQs » Stone Tile Cleaning

  • Q: What should I do to prepare for the stone cleaning?
  • A: Move all furniture and items off the floor so it is ready for when we arrive.
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Other FAQs :

  • Q: Will Tile Cleaners Canberra® make my floors look like new again?
  • A: If your grout(and stone if applicable) has NOT been sealed previously it is possible that some staining, particularly in high traffic areas may be permanent. If your grout(and stone if applicable) HAS been sealed previously the dirt and other contaminants should have been prevented from penetrating and you may expect excellent results from cleaning.
    • Q: What can I do to keep my stone tiles looking new?
    • A: To keep your stone tiles and grout looking new, Tile Cleaners Canberra® recommend cleaning each week with a damp microfibre cloth and a mild detergent to remove any dirt or grime from the tiled surface. Any strong detergents(any strong acid or alkali) may affect the sealer. Mild detergents and pH neutral substances are strongly recommended. Our best advice to protect your stone tiles is to seal them with one of our highest quality sealers such as Australian made Deepshield® quality impregnating water based sealer. This is the best protection you stone tiles can have against staining.
      • Q: Why should I seal my stone surface and when?
      • A: Natural surfaces are subject to deterioration and degradation of appearance through traffic, UV rays, moisture, rain, chemicals, and other impurities such as oil, gas, grease, acids and salt. This can easily result in common problems such as cracking, pitting, scaling, spalling, delamination, dusting, discolouration, efflorescence, salt damage, etc. Sealing offers excellent maintenance benefits when quality products are used such as Australia's Deepshield™ deep impregnating sealers. Sealing a stone surface will provide effective protection 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 stone is laid and grouted. All are very porous and will soak up stain carrying liquid 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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