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How to Clean and Maintain your Ceramic Tiles (and Porcelain Tiles) like a Pro

Ceramic Tiles are divided into thee groups, porcelain tiles, homogenous tiles and ceramic (non-porcelain) tiles.  Collectively, all three groups of tiles are called Ceramic Tiles. 

All three groups are very similar. They are all made from a mixture of clays and other materials and fired to very high temperature (in excess of 1000 Degrees)

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Porcelain or Homogenous tiles are generally made by the dust pressed method from porcelain clays. This method allows for a denser and more durable tile. As well, the finish is a finer grained and smoother with sharply formed faces. This makes it extremely beautiful. Glazed porcelain tiles are much harder and are more wear and damage resistant than non-porcelain ceramic tiles.

 

Full body porcelain tiles are also called Homogenous tiles. Homogenous tiles have the same color and pattern through the entire thickness of the tile (hence the name homogenous). This makes them extremely resistant to wear and tear and are suitable for almost any application. 

What you need to clean your Ceramic Tiles:

 

Hi-Glitz Quality Cleaning Products in Singapore | Porcelain Stoneware CleanerPorcelain Stoneware Cleaner

$23.20$101.00 $19.20$76.80

For convenient basic cleaning. Porcelain Stoneware Cleaner loosens and removes even stubborn general dirt, skid-marks from shoes, oil and grease films. With regular use of Porcelain Stoneware Cleaner, the colour and structure of the material are optimised, while the formation of streaks and cleaning smears is reduced and resoiling hindered. For polished and matt porcelain stoneware surfaces. Also for glazed tiles.

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Tile and Stone Basic Cleaner Acidic 

$20.90 $18.60

Tile & Stone Basic Cleaner Acidic is a powerful basic cleaner concentrate for the thorough and gentle removal of stubborn dirt, limescale, urine stone and mineral deposits, slight cement residues and rust from acid-resistant surfaces. For tiles, split tiles, ceramic floor panels, porcelain stoneware and acid-resistant natural stone. For interior and exterior use. Ideal as patio cleaner.

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We recommend the use of Porcelain Stoneware Cleaner for either Porcelain or Homogenous tiles. Non-porcelain ceramic tiles may use either Porcelain Stone Cleaner as well or Tile and Stone Cleaner, Acidic. 

Porcelain Stoneware Cleaner dissolves and removes also persistent dirt, oil, grease and fat, skid-marks from shoes. Porcelain Stoneware Cleaner's specially formulated components ensure optimum floor care. Porcelain Stoneware Cleaner leaves no residues on the floor, and thus minimizes resoiling.

How to Clean your Ceramic Tiles

1. First sweep the floor to remove loose dirt.
2. Put 25 ml of Porcelain Stoneware Cleaner into one bucket (5 L) of warm water and mix well.
3. Mop the floor using the mixture.
4. Rinse the mop frequently in a separate bucket of clean water.
5. Do not rinse the surface, but leave to dry naturally

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The picture to the left shows the work done after cleaning the tiles in Singapore Bible College in Adam Road, Singapore. The Tiles are practically gleaming and reflect light. The grout, which was totally black with encrusted dirt, is now white again.

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How to Clean your Terracotta Floor Tiles like a Pro

Terracotta is a clay like material that has been used for tiles, roof and flower pots. 

This article describe how to clean your terracotta floor tiles

Items you need:

 

Tile and Stone Basic Cleaner AlkalineTile and Stone Basic Cleaner Alkaline

$22.00 $16.80

Tile and Stone Basic Cleaner Alkaline is a powerful basic cleaner concentrate for the gentle removal of old floor care product residues, stubborn dirt, crusted on grease and yellowed patches. Tile and Stone Basic Cleaner Alkaline may be used for all interior and exterior alkali-resistant surfaces. For tiles, ceramic floor panels, porcelain and natural stones. Also for plastic, PVC and rubber coatings. Ideal for basic cleaning before applying protection and care products.

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We recommend the use of Tile & Stone Basic Cleaner Alkaline. Tile & Stone Basic Cleaner Alkaline facilities thorough, powerful and gentle removal of old floor care residues, polish films, wax and self-gloss layers, stubborn dirt, fat encrustations, yellowing and nicotine deposits. Soiling can be easily washed off with water.

 How to Clean your Terracotta Tiles

1. Vacuum the area to be cleaned before mopping. 
2. Tile & Stone Basic Cleaner Alkaline diluted with water up to 1:10 and distribute with a scrubber or sponge.
3. Allow Tile & Stone Basic Cleaner Alkaline to work in briefly.
4. Remove the dissolved residues with a scrubber and take up with a sponge, suction cleaner or wiping cloth.
5. Wash again thoroughly with lots of water.

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Have no fear! Hi-Glitz Pte Ltd offers cleaning services in Singapore and will cheerfully assist to clean roofs. 

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How to Clean Laminate Flooring like a Pro

Laminate flooring (also called floating wood tile in the United States) is a multi-layer synthetic flooring product fused together with a lamination process. Laminate flooring simulates wood or sometimes stone with a photographic applique layer under a clear protective layer. The inner core layer is usually composed of melamine resin and fiber board materials.

Laminate floor can look like wood, tile or stone and some styles are even water resistant. The above picture illustrates a very realistic wood laminate flooring. 

This article describe how to protect your Laminate Flooring. 

 

What materials you need:

 

Laminate Floor CleanerLaminate Floor Cleaner

$24.90 $19.80

Laminate Floor Cleaner easily removes dirt, skid marks, heal marks and rubber marks as well as greasy and oily contaminants. Laminate Floor Cleaner also refreshes the coating and maintains the natural appearance of laminate. Laminate Floor Cleaner is suitable for full laminate, flat laminate and veneered flooring in the indoor area. Especially suitable for wall and ceiling panels.

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We recommends the use of Laminate Floor Cleaner. Laminate Floor Cleaner easily removes dirt, traces of wear, heel marks and rubber abrasion as well as greasy and oily soiling. Laminate Floor Cleaner also freshens up flooring and maintains the natural appearance of the laminate.

 How to Clean your Laminate Floor

1. First vacuum your floor to remove loose dirt.
2. Add 25 ml of Laminate Floor Cleaner to a bucket of lukewarm water and mix well.
3. Mop the floor and allow to dry using the mixture.
4. Subsequent wiping is not necessary.
5. In cases of stubborn soiling, increase the amount used, then wipe over again with a slightly damp cloth using clear water.

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How to Clean Linoleum Floor like a Pro

Linoleum, also called Lino, is a floor covering made from materials such as solidified linseed oil (linoxyn), pine rosin, ground cork dust, wood flour, and mineral fillers. It is most commonly filled on a burlapor canvas backing. After which pigments are often added to the materials.

In modern times, polyvinyl chloride (which is often colloquially but incorrectly also called “linoleum”, or “PVC”), has replaced the wooden floor covering. It has similar properties to the Linoleum, but has greater brightness and translucency and which is relatively less flammable. 

Linoleum floors are very beautiful and come in a wide range of colours and shapes. No two linoleum floors are exactly alike. 

This article describe how to clean a Linoleum Floor (including Polyvinyl Chloride). 

Materials needed:

Linoleum CleanerLinoleum Cleaner

$32.00 $28.60

Linoleum Cleaner refreshes the coating and maintains the natural appearance of linoleum and linoleum parquet. Linoleum Cleaner is suitable for wiping and initial care of newly laid or stripped floors. Dirt adhesion is reduced and the everyday cleaning made easier. Linoleum Cleaner protects the floor with a resilient anti-slip shiny protective film.Buy Now Button

How to clean the Linoleum Floor: 

 1. Add 50 ml of Linoleum Cleaner to a bucket (5 L) of warm water.

2. Mix well.

3. Clean floor with Mop and the mixture and let dry.

4. Rinsing off is NOT necessary.

How to maintain Linoleum Floor:

1. Apply even, thin film undiluted Linoleum Cleaner in the longitudinal direction, using floor wiper or slightly moist cloth.

2. When the protective layer is tradable – after about 30 minutes – repeat process in the cross direction and let protective layer dry properly.

3. Do not walk on flooring, while the protective layer dries.

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How to Clean and Maintain Agglomerated Marble

Agglomerated marble is formed of marble or stone chips and dust. The binder can be epoxy or other resins. 

While agglomerated marble tiles are very beautiful, using the wrong cleaning chemical can make the surface dull, look scratched all over, and possibly fade in colour. It may even go white.

In extreme cases, the wrong chemicals may result in cleaning marks (circular wiping or mop marks) are often obvious and can be seen across adjacent tiles.  This is because agglomerated marble is very a sensitive tile.

This article will guide you to cleaning and maintaining your Agglomerated Marble so that it will be in optimal condition and last longer. 

Products you will need: 

Marble and Stone Wash and Shine

Marble and Stone Wash and Shine

$25.90$115.50 $22.90$98.60

Marble and Stone Wash and Shine is a concentrate for regular everyday care. With regular use of Marble and Stone Wash and Shine, the penetration of dirt into the surface is reduced, and the appearance of the coating is improved. The surface is more beautiful, the colour and structure enhanced. Shines without polishing. For all marble and stone surfaces. For flooring, window sills, wall coverings and kitchen worktops.Buy Now Button

Marble and Stone Neutral Cleaner

Marble and Stone Neutral Cleaner

$21.80$88.40 $18.80$75.20

Marble and Stone Neutral Cleaner cleans and cares in one single step. It removes dirt and contamination when wiping. Marble and Stone Neutral Cleaner also refreshes the colours and forms a dirt-repellent film. Contains no wax and doesn’t make the floor slippery. Pleasant fresh scent. For glazed and unglazed floor tiles.

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How to clean your Agglomerated Marble Floor

1. First sweep the floor to remove loose dirt.

2. Put 25 ml of Marble and Stone Wash and Shine into one bucket (5l) of warm water and mix well.

3. Mop the floor.  

4. Rinse the mop frequently in a separate bucket of clean water.

5. Do not rinse the surface, but leave to dry naturally. 

 

How to clean your Agglomerated Marble Countertop

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1. Put 25 ml of Marble and Stone Wash and Shine into one bucket (5l) of warm water and mix well.

2. Using a cloth, wipe the countertop with the mixture. 

3. Rinse the cloth frequently in a separate bucket of clean water.

4. Do not rinse the surface, but leave to dry naturally. 

 

How to Polish your Agglomerated Marble

To polish your Agglomerated  Marble, we recommends the use of Marble Polish.

Marble Polish

Marble Polish

$29.90 $23.80

Marble Polish gives matte and dull coverings a fresh appearance and also protects new coverings against watery stains and dirt. Regular application of Marble Polish diminishes the signs of use and run marks. Marble Polish makes it easy to polish and creates a brilliant gloss. In addition, slight scratches are evened out.Buy Now Button

 

 

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1. Shake the Marble Polish well before use.

2. Spray thinly and evenly onto the surface, distribute with a clean cloth or sponge.

3. Subsequently polish with a dry, soft cloth.

4. In case of strongly absorbent materials, repeat the procedure.

5. Thorough polishing increases the degree of gloss.

 

How to Maintain and keep your Agglomerated Marble in good condition

To maintain your Marble, we recommends using Granite and Marble Impregnation once a year or so. 

Granite and Marble Impregnation

Granite and Marble Impregnation

$60.00 $48.00

Granite and Marble Impregnation is a ready-to-use special impregnation that protects against oil, grease and water marks. It also helps to block dirt, moisture, paint, oil and grease, and makes cleaning easier. In the event of a spill, any staining liquids can be wiped off easily before they penetrate the surface. Finally, it protects grout against water and oil-based marks. Buy Now Button

 

 

 

 

 

1. Ensure that the base is clean, dry and absorbent before the treatment.

2. Apply the undiluted product liberally, in an even layer – according to how absorbent the base is – using a soft brush or plastic roller.

3. A second application will make it more effective, but only apply as much as the base can absorb.

4. Let it sit for about 1 hour, then use a dry, absorbent cloth to wipe away any impregnation that did not soak in. Do not leave any streaks.

5. The drying time is 3 to 4 hours; do not step on the treated surface during this time.

6. The impregnation will take full effect after 24 hours

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We have more than 15 years experience and is one of the few experts in Singapore that specialises in Marble surfaces. 

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How to Clean and Maintain Jura Marble like a Pro

Jura Marble is a limestone quarried in the Bavarian national park, Altmuehltal in Germany. The stone is quarried in 25 layers providing a wide variety of colours and textures. Jura marble is technically a limestone and not marble, although it looks similar to marble surfaces. 

Because Jura marble is very a sensitive tile, using the wrong cleaning chemicals may make the surface dull, look scratched all over, and possibly fade in colour. In extreme cases, using the wrong cleaning products may corrode the tile. As a general rule, acidic based cleaning agents are a no-no for Jura Marble. 

This article will guide you to cleaning and maintaining your Jura Marble so that it will be in optimal condition and last longer. 

Products you will need:

 

Marble and Stone Neutral CleanerMarble and Stone Neutral Cleaner

$21.80$88.40 $18.80$75.20

Marble and Stone Neutral Cleaner cleans and cares in one single step. Marble and Stone Neutral Cleaner removes dirt and contamination when wiping. Marble and Stone Neutral Cleaner also refreshes the colours and forms a dirt-repellent film. Contains no wax and doesn’t make the floor slippery. Pleasant fresh scent. For glazed and unglazed floor tiles

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Marble Polish

$29.90 $23.80

Marble Polish gives dull, matt coatings a fresh coat and protects even new coatings against watery stains and dirt. Regular application of Marble Polish reduces the signs of wear and tear and the formation of skid marks. Marble Polish is easy to polish and generates a brilliant shine. Evens out slight scratches. For all polished or finely ground natural stones.

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Quality Cleaning Product in Singapore- Granite and Marble ImpregnationGranite and Marble Impregnation

$60.00 $48.00

Granite and Marble Impregnation is limescale and water repellent, and reduces the penetration of dirt, moisture, paint, oil and grease. Stain-forming liquids can be wiped off before they penetrate the surface. Facilitates cleaning. Granite & Marble Impregnation may be used for all absorbent natural and artificial stones. Granite and Marble Impregnation may be used for sealing grouting.

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How to clean your Jura Marble Floor

We recommend the use  Marble and Stone Neutral Cleaner. 

Marble and Stone Neutral Cleaner cleans and cares in one step. As a neutral cleaner, it is neither acidic nor alkaline, and is perfectly for daily cleaning and maintenance of sensitive materials like Jura marble.

Marble and Stone Neutral Cleaner does not harm the surface or gloss of marble. Regular cleaning using this product helps to refresh the colour Jura marble. Marble and Stone neutral cleaner contains no wax and does not make floors slippery.  

1. First vacuum the floor to remove loose dirt.
2. Put 25 ml of Marble and Stone Neutral Cleaner into one bucket (5l) of warm water and mix well.
3. Mop the floor.  
4. Rinse the mop frequently in a separate bucket of clean water.
5. Do not rinse the surface, but leave to dry naturally. 

How to Polish your Jura Marble

 To polish your Jura Marble, we recommends the use of Marble Polish.

Marble Polish gives matte and dull coverings a fresh appearance and also protects new coverings against watery stains and dirt. Regular application of Marble Polish diminishes the signs of use and run marks. Marble Polish makes it easy to polish and creates a brilliant gloss. In addition, slight scratches are evened out.

1. Shake the Marble Polish well before use.
2. Spray thinly and evenly onto the surface, distribute with a clean cloth or sponge.
3. Subsequently polish with a dry, soft cloth.
4. In case of strongly absorbent materials, repeat the procedure.
5. Thorough polishing increases the degree of gloss.

How to Maintain and keep your Jura Marble in good condition

 To maintain your Jura Marble, we recommends using Granite and Marble Impregnation once a year or so. 

Granite and Marble Impregnation is a ready-to-use special impregnation that protects against oil, grease and water marks. It also helps to block dirt, moisture, paint, oil and grease, and makes cleaning easier. In the event of a spill, any staining liquids can be wiped off easily before they penetrate the surface. Finally, it protects grout against water and oil-based marks.

1. Ensure that the base is clean, dry and absorbent before the treatment.
2. Apply the undiluted product liberally, in an even layer – according to how absorbent the base is – using a soft brush or plastic roller.
3. A second application will make it more effective, but only apply as much as the base can absorb.
4. Let it sit for about 1 hour, then use a dry, absorbent cloth to wipe away any impregnation that did not soak in. Do not leave any streaks.
5. The drying time is 3 to 4 hours; do not step on the treated surface during this time.
6. The impregnation will take full effect after 24 hours

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We have more than 15 years experience and is one of the few experts in Singapore that specialises in Marble surfaces. 

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How to Clean Aged Vinyl Floor like a Pro

We were pleasantly surprised to received an email completed with pictures from a satisfied customer, Mr Tan Tai Seng. We thought it is so good, that we want to share with our readers, so we contact him and get his permission to share his story on our blog. The email was reproduced below, and only simple typesetting was done. 

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 Email received on 22 Oct 2014 

 We’ve been in our home for close to 11 years. We bought the house new, from HDB, and didn’t have the budget for expensive flooring in the kitchen, like wood or marble tiles. So the best we could do was to get vinyl. I really liked the checkerboard floor design in the beginning, especially the black and white pattern that reminds me of my favourite game of chess. My wife and I met in a chess competition in Singapore, but I digress.

However, I was sad to note that over the years it got harder and harder to keep it clean. Yes, I do the vacuuming, mopping, cooking and washing dishes at home, while my wife does the laundry and ironing of clothes. We agreed to share the housework equally. I was saddened to note that the dirt was really ground into the vinyl tiles, and no matter how hard I scrubbed, there is a layer of stubborn grease and dirt that stick to the top of the vinyl, and won’t go away. I have to say, I vacuumed and mopped the floor every week, but this does not help.  

I thought I need to re-tile the floors. The quote for re-tiling was a staggering $11,000. Also, my family and I needs a place to stay while the renovation was in progress. 

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So I explained my problem to my colleagues at work, and ask if anyone of them could rent us a room for two weeks while our home was undergoing refitting. One of my colleagues told me about something that she used on her vinyl floors and she swore how effective it was. She even offered to buy one bottle for me to try. With nothing to lose, I tried it out on the tile above and was surprised at how easily it removed the grease and dirt!

Want to know what it is? Here’s the secret! It’s PVC Floor Cleaner!! You know, what is the irony? The joke is that the cleaner cover has the same checkerbox design on it as my home! 

How we clean our floor 

How astonishing is that?!! Anyway, back to the floor – all we did was to

1. Add the about 200ml of the PVC Floor Cleaner onto a pail of water.

2. Then we wipe up the floor using the solution and let the situation sit for a while.

3.  Then finish with scrubbing brush and remove dissolved dirt.

4. Wash off with clean water.

To our astonishment and delight, the piled-on dirt come out quickly and effectively!

The Result? 

Veni, Vidi, Vici! It’s like a brand new floor again! We actually did this a few months ago and it still looks great. Therefore, you wouldn’t have to do this every time you mop, only every now and again if you see a build-up of dirt.

Words can’t describe how happy I am with my floor now! I thought I need to replace the floor and find somewhere to stay temporary while the renovators are replacing the tiles, but now I need not pay for these expenses. Yay! 

Thank you for this superior product. 

Sincerely,

Tan Tai Seng

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How to Clean Parquet and Wooden Floors like a Pro

Parquet flooring is flooring that is made up of different pieces of wood arranged at angles and in designs. Parquet flooring is laid in all kinds of beautiful patterns and the wood can be stained different colours to add to the design of the floor. Parquet is different than other kinds of flooring materials because it is very tough, lasts for years and is unique.

 This article discuss how to Clean Parquet and Wooden Floor.

Materials needed: 

Parquet and Wooden Floor Cleaner Parquet and Wooden Floor Cleaner

$24.90$109.00 $21.80$87.20

Parquet and Wooden Floor Cleaner removes dirt and skid marks with ease. Also refreshes the coating and maintains the natural appearance of high-quality parquet and wooden plank floors. Does not make the floor slippery. Prevents premature signs of aging such as darkening, greying or fading. For all sealed parquet and wooden floors. Buy Now Button

How to clean Parquet and Wooden Floors: 

 

  1. Sweep or vacuum the flooring, to remove all surface dirt. 
     

  2.  Add 50 ml of Parquet & Wood floor cleaner to a bucket (5 Liters) of lukewarm water and mix well.
     

  3. Mop the floor using the mixture and allow to dry.
     

  4. Re-mopping is not necessary.

 

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How to Clean your Terrazzo Flooring like a Pro

Terrazzo is a flooring material consisting of chips of marble or granite set in concrete and polished to give a smooth surface. 

This article explains how you can clean your Terrazzo Flooring like a pro

What you need

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Grease, Wax and Dirt RemoverGrease, Wax and Dirt Remover

$20.90 $17.60

Grease, Wax and Dirt Remover is a concentrate for the easy removal of dirt, old layers of care products, wax and polish residues, skid marks, nicotine deposits and greasy and oily contamination and building dirt. Grease, Wax and Dirt Remover may be used for interior and exterior use on stone, tiles and ceramic, plastic and metal. Also for furniture and cars. Ideal for basic cleaning before applying protection and care products.

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Hi-Glitz Quality Cleaning Products in Singapore | Stone SealStone Seal

$45.00 $34.80

Stone Seal forms a waterproof, UV-resistant and silky gloss protective layer over your stone tiles. The surface is water-and stain-resistant and stronger in colour and structure. The surfaces are easier to maintain. The protective layer is non-yellowing and durable. For all absorbent natural and artificial stone surfaces indoors and outdoors.

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We recommends the use of Grease, Wax & Dirt Remover. Grease, Wax & Dirt Remover easily removes dirt, old protective layers, wax and polish residues, run marks, heel marks and rubber abrasion, nicotine deposits, yellowing as well as greasy and oily soiling and dirt

How to clean your Terrazzo Floor like a Pro

 1. Add 200 ml of Grease, Wax & Dirt Remover to a bucket of warm water.
2. Apply with a mop.
3. Refinish with scrubber, brush or sponge and remove dissolved dirt.
4. Wash with clean water.

How to Protect and Maintain your Terrazzo Floor. 

We recommend the use of Stone Seal to protect your Terrazzo. Stone Seal forms a waterproof, UV-resistant and silky gloss protective layer over your stone tiles. The surface is water-and stain-resistant and stronger in colour and structure. The surfaces are also easier to maintain. 

 1. Ensure that the base is dry, unmarked and clean.
2. Apply a thin, even layer of Stone Seal using a paint roller or a brush. Do not apply more than the surface can absorb, and avoid leaving puddles. Avoid creating streaks.
3. Drying time is about 2 hours. Do not step on the surface during this time.
4. Afterwards, protect the sealed surface from moisture for 2 days. 

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 We can clean your home using the most appropriate materials, or help you apply the protective coating for your terrazzo floor. 

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How to Clean Grout (the area between tiles) like a Pro

Grout is the mortar that is used to fix tiles to walls, floors, and even worktops. Grout are usually white in colour. In HDB homes, it grout is present as the space between tiles.

Even if you’re diligent about cleaning the wall or floor tiles, you’ll undoubtedly find residual dirt clings to the grout in between. 

If left uncleaned for a long period of time, you might even see unhealthy black mould growing on grout. Why? Because grout is a porous material and tiles are commonly found in rooms that are moist – namely kitchens and bathrooms. These are exactly the conditions that fungus, or mould, love.

 To clean grout between the walls, we recommend the use of Grout Cleaner. Grout Cleaner is specially formulated to remove grease, dirt, cleaning residues and stubborn deposits from the space between tiles.

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Grout Cleaner

$17.60 $15.80

Grout Cleaner removes grease, dirt, residues of care products and stubborn deposits. For the cleaning of grout of wall and floor tiles indoors and outdoors. For ceramic and natural stone tile grouting. Buy Now Button

How to Clean the Grout

 1. Before use, test the surface compatibility on an inconspicuous place to ensure there is no change in colour.

 2. Dry the surface to be treated.

 3. Saturate the surface with an even spraying action.

 4. Allow to work in for 1-2 minutes.

 5. Scrub sprayed grouting joints with a soft brush.

 6. Rinse out the brush often with clear water and remove the dirt film. 

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How to Get Rid of Moulds in the Grout.

If you have not cleaned your bathroom for a long time, it is possible for mould to grow on the grout. 

To get rid of mould, we recommend the following products: 

Mould Remover Chlorine Free

Mould Remover Chlorine Free

$24.00 $18.00

Mould Remover Chlorine Free easily removes mould, fungal infestation and mould stains. Is chlorine free and odourless, therefore particularly suitable for bedrooms and children’s rooms. Disinfects and protects. Buy Now Button

 

 

Application: 

1. Spray the Mould Remover evenly on affected surfaces, so that a covering film results.

2. Allow to work in for 30 – 60 minutes. In the case of more severe infestation, allow even longer to work in, if possible overnight.

3. Then remove residues with a soft brush or sponge and thoroughly wipe off with a moist cloth or sponge. 

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We offer cleaning services that will clear the grouts between floors and wall tiles.  

 Experience the differences in clarity when it is cleaned by our professional experts. 

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