Marble Cleaning and Restoration
We clean and restore marble floors and grout for all residential and commercial customers in Surrey and surrounding areas.
People pick marble tiles for a variety of purposes in their homes and businesses. Today’s marble tiles are quite adaptable, and there are several styles to pick from. Brushed, tumbled, and even Polished to seem like a real show stopper. They are all options for marble tile designs and possibilities of finish. Bathroom walls, entire floor finish, and smaller kitchen areas all used different types of marble tile and their possible finish. Depending on how and where it is used, the type of marble tile a homeowner or company owner chooses must be able to endure the damage it will get. When a tile installer installs tiles, they must use a grout that is specifically formulated for the marble tiles.
Restoration & Cleaning of Marble Tiles
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How to clean and restore marble floor
How to clean and restore marble floor?
Marble is significantly denser and harder than travertine and limestone, which are near cousins. Marble tiles are popular in many boutique hotels and other fashionable venues because of their longevity and beautiful surface texture. Marble comes in a variety of shapes and sizes, each with its own set of features. There’s the exquisite crystalline structure of Ibiza Bianco, as well as more traditional veined marbles like the ever-popular Bianco Carrara Marble and all its varieties like Statuario and Calacatta, which have been used for decades. Marble tiles come in a variety of finishes, including honed marble, which has grown increasingly popular for its modern silky appearance. Polished marble is still quite popular because it gives off a feeling of grandeur and elegance, whereas tumbled marble gives off an aged aspect. At Tile Cleaning & Restoration we take a challenge to not only clean and maintain but also restore marble floors. However, if you would like to know how to maintain a long-lasting final effect of your marble floor – simply follow our instructions or contact us directly.
Cleaning Marble floor in a few steps.
You may put your marble tiles in a variety of places, and each one requires a little different cleaning approach. We will discuss here what should you do to clean your marble floor.
Marble floor tiles cleaning
There are various factors to bear in mind when cleaning marble floor tiles:
– Bleach should never be used since it causes splotching and discoloration.
– Because they are sensitive materials, any acidity will destroy the tile’s body.
– The improper cleaning will wear down the sealant, causing more debris and filth to accumulate on the tile.
– You’ll want to use a professional-grade cleaner or something extremely delicate to clean your marble tile floors properly and safely. Professional-grade cleaning, such as using our Stone Sope (Tile Cleaning & Restoration PPS technicians will leave a bottle for every customer), is recommended, although we recognize that there may be financial constraints. Here’s a fast DIY trick to get you started.
- Designed for marble and safe sope (Can be our Stone Sope)
- Bucket of water ( around 40°C )
- Soft cloth
- Flat dry mop
- Standard mop or flat mop – dump
- First Step
Using a dust mop remove any surface dirt or debris.
- Second Step
In a mop bucket, pour 1 TBSP of any delicate soap or follow our instructions on our Stone Soap bottle. Remember to use only warm water.
- Third Step
Apply the mixture to the floor in little puddles rather than huge puddles, then mop up with a damp mop.
- Fourth Step
To avoid any marks and smears let it dry before walking on your freshly cleaned marble floor.
Marble floor tiles restoration
Let’s move on to polishing marble tiles now that we’ve covered the cleaning side.
The natural shine and luxurious appearance of marble tiles are one of the things that attract most people. However, this diminishes with time, requiring just minor maintenance. To keep your tiles polished, you can use one of two methods.
Remove stains with a poultice first. This is detailed in the following paragraphs.
- Hydrogen Peroxide
- Baking Soda
- A Cup
- A Paintbrush (Large)
- Plastic Wrap
Follow those steps:
- Make the poultice by combining all of the ingredients in a bowl. In a glass cup or dish, blend the baking soda and water. Add the hydrogen peroxide and ammonia to the mixture. Allow it to thicken. Make a bigger batch for places with more stains, such as flooring.
- First, use soap and water to clean the spots. Apply a small mist of water to the spots once they have dried.
- Apply the poultice to the affected area.
- Put plastic wrap around the affected area.
- Allow it to rest for 2 days, or until it dries.
- Remove film, clean and dry surface.
Second, a polishing method to eliminate etch marks from the marble floor.
- Marble Polishing Powder
- A clean, damp rag
- As we suggested before, firstly You have to clean the surface.
- Prepare the etching mark by wiping it with a damp rag.
- Apply marble polishing powder to the prepared area.
- This step needs to be exactly followed as the marble polishing powder instruction describes.
- Now is the time to reveal the shine.
Don’t want to risk or are you simply looking for a reliable marble floor cleaning expert? Then please do not hesitate to contact our team at Tile Cleaning & Restoration – PPS – give us a call at 02033.550083 today!
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