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Grout in Pitted Limestone

Asked by Fiona Wilson from Plymouth: I have had a limestone floor laid in the kitchen, the surface of which is pitted. The tiles arrived with a slight sheen to them and the builder didn't seal them prior to grouting.I have two problems-one is there is grout in the pitts which the dirt sticks to and the second problem is that dirt welds itself to the floor and it always looks terrible-i just cannot get it clean whatever I do! I hate it and it cost a fortune. I have stripped it several times and re sealed it as this is the only way I can get it clean. What can I do please?

TileProf says: If you have a go sorting this out yourself several times, then I would consider calling out a Tile Doctor, we have one who lives in Cornwall Called Steve Swanson, if you need his details, click onto http://www.tiledoctor.co.uk/HomeService.asp and fill in your details, Steve should contact you within 24 hours. Russell Taylor Tile Doctor Ltd

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