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When I moved into my new house, I was shocked by how dirty and old the tiles in the entire house looked. I wasn't sure if they were supposed to be like that or if they were just really dirty. I decided to call Tile Cleaners Gold Coast® and ask them to have a look and tell me what I could do to improve the look of my tiles. Tile Cleaners Gold Coast® came the same weekend and managed to make my tiles look brand new. They also informed me that the sealer would protect my tiles for years to come. Amazing! Thank you guys! My floor looks gorgeous.

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Frequently Asked Questions

FAQs » Sealing Stone Floors

  • Q: My polished marble / limestone / travertine is sealed but still has marks - why?
  • A: Penetrating stone sealing products protect the stone from staining. Often the stains are not stains but etches. These stones are acid-sensitive, and any acid will burn the polish and create a dull or frosty surface. A good example is red wine. On an unsealed stone you will get a red stain and an etch, but on a sealed stone you will only get the etch. Penetrating sealers sit below the surface of the stone and prevent the red wine acid penetrating deeply to set up a stain, but will allow the acid to burn the surface. Acid can be in many forms, as simple as fruit or wine and salad dressings, or in the bathroom, urine may do the damage. This damage can be repaired.
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Other FAQs :

  • Q: What guarantee do you offer with tile sealing?
  • A: No guarantees are applicable to tile / grout sealing. Our Impregnating Water Based Sealers come with a life expectancy of up to 10 years depending on the quality of the tile, traffic levels, maintenance procedures and so forth. It is important to realise that a sealer is not an impenetrable - - it provides reaction time to deal with spills. An unsealed floor can stain immediately, whereas a sealed floor is stain resistant and can have a reaction time of up to 4-5 hours. A penetrating sealer sits just below the surface of the tile and prevents spills from penetrating and hence staining the tile. It will not prevent acid based spills (eg red wine, vinegar, urine, fruit juice etc) from etching / burning the surface of the tile, creating a dull or frosty appearance. Spills of this nature should be cleaned immediately to prevent permanent damage to the tile surface.
    • Q: Why should I clean my stone surface?
    • A: Natural stone products contain dirt, residues, dust and grime in their pores. These pores need to be cleaned well before any sealant is applied to the surface of the stone. If dirt etc. is trapped under the stone sealer sooner or later it will cause a milky white residue between the top of the stone and the underside of the sealer. The only way to remove this is to remove the stone sealer and clean.
      • Q: How do I maintain my floors after they have been cleaned / sealed?
      • A: The technician who carries out your cleaning/sealing will be able to offer maintenance advice specific to your tiled area. As a general rule we recommend the use of a mild cleaner at least weekly to maintain you tiled floors. Tiles with a textured surface may benefit from the use of a doodlebug rather than a mop for a more effective clean. Avoid the use of harsh chemicals which will decrease the life expectancy of sealers. Also when mopping make sure to change you water frequently otherwise all you might achieve is spreading dirty water around your floors!

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