Set of four 17 inch floor burnishing pads, everything you need to to restore polished stone floors.
Final Polishing, use dry, add a small amount of water to get a High Shine Finish.
Grout Cleaning Advice
The top layer of grout is porous and, as a result, they easily absorb grease, dirt and lime scale. Spillages such as wine, lemonades or greasy substances will cause marks and patches in the joints in the floor. Grout between wall-tiles, particularly in damp areas like bathrooms, will become dirty and unattractive as a result of Mould, Mildew and Limescale.
Mould is one of the most unsightly problems, which usually starts off in the wettest area of the room, this could be the bottom of the shower or bath, then starts to spread and if left unchecked could cover a large area of the wall. Fortunately Tile Doctor have a product called Duo-Clean that can deal with this.
Grout Haze where a thin layer of grout has been left to set on the surface of the tile is a common issue that can be removed using Tile Doctor Grout Clean-up or Acid Gel.
Discolouration of grout joints in bath or shower areas due to continued use of acid formulated shampoos and soaps. This causes yellow orange and pink stains to the grout over even a short period of time. Whilst Grout Joints can be cleaned, badly stained grouts may need to be re-coloured.
Protecting your grout in advance with a sealer will prevent most of these issues and although relatively unknown in the UK, protection awareness is growing. Sealing forms an invisible barrier between the grout and the surface, this will then protect your investment for years to come.
Further Reading: For many more examples and photographs of of Grout maintenance activities carried out by UK Tile Doctors please visit www.groutprotection.co.uk
Recommend Products for Maintaining Grout
When using our products please take time to familiarise yourself with the directions on the back of the bottle first.
Easy-to use waterborne epoxy that recolours, seals and rejuvenates existing grout joints. Recommended for use on sanded, unsanded and epoxy grout joints.
All-in-one Grout Colourant kit to prep, recolour and seal your grout joints. Kit contains 237ml Grout Colorant, 500ml Grout Colorant Pre-Treat Cleaner, grout brush and scrub pad.
Effective ready-to-use cleaner designed to lightly etch and also remove dirt, soil, soap scum and hard water deposits from grout joints. Use before applying Grout Colourant to prepare the grout joints for a superior bond with the Grout Colourant.
PH1 blend of Phosphoric and Hydrochloric acids in a gel form for the treatment of grout haze (grout smears) and efflorescence on wall and floor tiles. The gel is especially effective on vertical or sloped surface where where more dwell time is required.
Fast effective double action grout cleaner and mould remover. Cleans up grout and can remove mould and blackspot from grout and silicone and is suitable for use on plastic and enamel baths and showers
Grout Clean-Up contains concentrated phosphoric acid and cleaner designed to penetrate below the surface to remove light grout smears (grout haze), mineral deposits, rust stains and efflorescence.
A concentrated, multi-purpose high-alkaline cleaner, stripper and degreaser. Best for Heavily Soiled & Neglected Tile, Stone or Grout.
Tile Doctor Stone Soap is an after care cleaner for natural stone tiles (Honed or Polished) where a build up of patina is required thus protecting the existing sealer.
Easy to use water based non toxic grout colouring pen, ideal for quickly touching up and restoring wall grout.
Wall Tile & Grout Sealer Aerosol Spray. Quick and efficient effective sealer, fully waterproof, easy to apply quick drying spray-on sealer for wall tile and grout. Adds long lasting protection against water, dirt, grease, mould and limescale.
Washable grout brush use by hand or attach to a standard pole via the universal screw attachment for best results. The unique convex head design will fit into any size grout line between 2mm up-to 25mm.
Contact us for a personal solution to your tile installation problem by calling us on 0345 512 0122 or e-mail Info@TileDoctor.co.uk. Please include as much detail about your issue as possible and if you feel it will help attach a photograph. Our Tile Doctor have many years of experience of dealing with the typical issues that people experience and were confident we can find the right solution.
Alternately take a look at one of our dedicated sites below where we detail real examples of issues faced by our customers and how they were resolved.
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