Marble is reputed in the international market for its premium quality, toughness and durability. It is often the preferred choice for interior and exterior in both commercial and domestic for flooring, wall cladding, paving, facades of buildings, railway stations, pavement, landscaping, garden stone.
Polished marble generally doesn’t require sealing however it will need regular cleaning and occasional re-polishing.
The polished marble floor above was first cleaned using Tile Doctor Pro-Clean to remove ingrained dirt from the stone and grout, the Marble was then re-polished using Tile Doctor Burnishing pads.
|For regular cleaning use a sealer friendly cleaning product such as Neutral Tile Cleaner which has been especially formulated for the regular cleaning of Sealed Stone and Tile surfaces keeping them fresh with a pleasant mint scent.
Use Tile Doctor Pro-Clean Tile & Grout cleaner to effectively clean tiles, highly effective against Wax Sealers, Grease, Grime and general dirt build up.
For difficult floors mix Pro-Clean with Nanotech Ultra Clean for a double whammy cleaning solution. Nanotech-Ultra Clean incorporates Nano technology to help lift the dirt from the tiles (it really works), especially useful for those hard to clean floors where the dirt has ingrained itself over many years. Remove the dirty solution using a wet-dry vac machine.
Neutralise the floor with clean water and leave to dry fully before sealing.
Apply Tile Doctor Ultra-Seal premium sealer using a clean dry terry cloth (not the fluffy variety). Rub Sealant into the tile. Allow to dry before applying a second coat. Use a water test to achieve full cure sealability (F.C.S.).
PLEASE NOTE: Most sealers break down after 2-3 years (depending on usage) and will need to be re-applied.
Tile Doctor recommends Burnishing Pads, use with a buffing machine to bring out the shine on a polished stone floor.
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