Monthly Archives: November 2011

How many coats of seal does my Travertine Require

Travertine can range in porosity depending on the surface type. Polished travertine is less porous than a tumbled version of the same travertine tile. This is due to the pours in the travertine tile closing up during the polishing process … Continue reading

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Travertine Cleaning Lymm, Cheshire

Travertine floors can be come hard to clean and maintain after a number of years of been down. The floor was sealed when laid but as it is now 15 years old the deal has started to fail and dirt … Continue reading

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Limestone floor cleaning and polishing in Aldely Edge Cheshire – Limestone Floor Sealing

Limestone floors can look beautiful when first laid, but due to limestone tiles been extremely porous, they are often not sealed properly. This can mean that they can become dirty extremely quickly and can be very sensitive to staining. This … Continue reading

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Why has my travertine floor tile have so many holes in it?

Holes in travertine are very common due to its honeycomb structure. Travertine tiles are like Swiss cheese and over time holes will appear. Travertine tiles are often sold filled and honed. This means that the holes have been filled with … Continue reading

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How to Polish Limestone, Limestone Polishing Heaton Moor

Limestone floors are very popular due to its natural look and durability as it doesn’t suffer from the constant pitting which is very common with travertine and the softer stones. This Limestone tile was a free test sample for a … Continue reading

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Marble Polishing Cheadle, How to remove a dull spot from marble, Marble etch mark

A very common problem with marble is that it marks very easily. Even if the marble tiles have been correctly protected, they are still sensitive to acid and similar harsh chemicals. Unfortunately there is no way to prevent marble tiles … Continue reading

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