Stone Cleaning Solution

Stone Cleaning Solution
Stone Cleaning Solution
Cleaning Services-NOOSA HEADS, QLD
Cleaning Services-Noosa Heads, QLD
Our team has been servicing private households and commercial markets in South East Queensland for past 14 years. We are in demand for servicing clients for marble polishing Gold Coast and..
P.O. Box 2415, Noosa Heads, Qld, 4567.
P.O. Box 2415, Noosa Heads, Qld, 4567.
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Our team has been servicing private households and commercial markets in South East Queensland for past 14 years. We are in demand for servicing clients for marble polishing Gold Coast and stone sealing Gold Coast, See our products page for our superior marble cleaning products and tile cleaning products. We specialize in polishing and repairing all types of stone indoors and outdoors. Our expertise in sealing new and existing floors, wall tiles and bench tops will protect stone against staining and weathering. Our work is guaranteed for 5 years.

CLEANING & MAINTENANCEInvest in good quality tools.A cleaning chore – any cleaning chore – is never a matter of a cleaning product only.  The implements cleaning rags, paper towel, scrubbing pad, squeegee are important considerations as well.  A good quality mop and the proper mopping bucket are critical to obtaining the best results when mopping your highly polished stone or porcelain floor.

We found that sponge mops are not the best choice for highly polished stone floors.  A better choice is a good sized, close loop cotton string mop.  However the very best are micro-fibre mobs. 

NEWLY INSTALLED FLOOR

The best thing to have done to a brand new polished stone floor is a detailing job by a professional stone refinisher.  Detailing means deep cleaning the floor virtually cm by cm removing all possible grout residue or film and adhesive taking care of possible small damages left behind by installers or a possible few factory flaws and open the pores of the stone by using a Heavy Duty Stone, Tile and Grout Cleaner. 

For porous stones like hone-finished limestone or certain mercantile granites the application of a good quality Impregnating Sealer is recommended if the floor is installed in a room where accidental spills of staining agents (i.e. cooking oil, coffee, juice ect) are likely to occur.

The application of an impregnating sealer to highly polished marble and travertine or polished high density mercantile granites is not recommended.

Should you not decide to have your floor detailed. 

DON’T     –     Damp mop your floor immediately after installation and grouting.  While you would not cause any real damage the fine powder most likely left on the floor will be trapped in the water and may leave ugly hard to remove streaks all over its surface.  For the first week or so just vacuum being careful of its plastic or metal attachments that may scratch the surface.

For best results use a dry mop or micro-fibre mop as often as you can.  You will know it is ready to be washed when your hand remains clean (no white powder) after rubbing the floor. 

NEWLY RESTORED (REFINISHED) FLOOR

DON’T     –     Damp mop your floor using  a solution of water and stone soap.  As with any soap stone soap will leave a hard-to-remove desposit on the surface of the stone.  Stone soaps have a very limited applications and most importantly they are not for cleaning highly polished stone floor.  Even so-called rinse free stone soaps are discouraged.  

CLEANING & MAINTENANCEInvest in good quality tools.A cleaning chore – any cleaning chore – is never a matter of a cleaning product only.  The implements cleaning rags, paper towel, scrubbing pad, squeegee are important considerations as well.  A good quality mop and the proper mopping bucket are critical to obtaining the best results when mopping your highly polished stone or porcelain floor.

We found that sponge mops are not the best choice for highly polished stone floors.  A better choice is a good sized, close loop cotton string mop.  However the very best are micro-fibre mobs. 

NEWLY INSTALLED FLOOR

The best thing to have done to a brand new polished stone floor is a detailing job by a professional stone refinisher.  Detailing means deep cleaning the floor virtually cm by cm removing all possible grout residue or film and adhesive taking care of possible small damages left behind by installers or a possible few factory flaws and open the pores of the stone by using a Heavy Duty Stone, Tile and Grout Cleaner. 

For porous stones like hone-finished limestone or certain mercantile granites the application of a good quality Impregnating Sealer is recommended if the floor is installed in a room where accidental spills of staining agents (i.e. cooking oil, coffee, juice ect) are likely to occur.

The application of an impregnating sealer to highly polished marble and travertine or polished high density mercantile granites is not recommended.

Should you not decide to have your floor detailed. 

DON’T     –     Damp mop your floor immediately after installation and grouting.  While you would not cause any real damage the fine powder most likely left on the floor will be trapped in the water and may leave ugly hard to remove streaks all over its surface.  For the first week or so just vacuum being careful of its plastic or metal attachments that may scratch the surface.

For best results use a dry mop or micro-fibre mop as often as you can.  You will know it is ready to be washed when your hand remains clean (no white powder) after rubbing the floor. 

NEWLY RESTORED (REFINISHED) FLOOR

DON’T     –     Damp mop your floor using  a solution of water and stone soap.  As with any soap stone soap will leave a hard-to-remove desposit on the surface of the stone.  Stone soaps have a very limited applications and most importantly they are not for cleaning highly polished stone floor.  Even so-called rinse free stone soaps are discouraged.  

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