If you wish to avoid your terracotta floor getting dirty, follow these simple but effective instructions for the correct protection of your indoor terracotta floors.
Outdoor paving and cladding in natural unpolished or rough-finish stone is indeed very attractive but is very absorbent too. Find out how to clean and protect it.
Learn how to clean and treat terracotta tiles outside.
FILAPS87 is the ideal product to remove stains, remove wax and degrease your floor.
Do you have a stain on your floor that you don’t know how to remove? Not know which product to clean your drive with? Find the solution with the FILA SOLUTIONS APP
Find out how to protect your patio from BBQ spillages in these sunny days of summer
In this article we want to explain how to clean your wood-effect porcelain tiles, one of today’s most popular flooring materials.
Textured tiles can prove difficult to keep clean. A protective barrier offers a great alternative. Some advices to keep your porcelain tiles always clean.
Oil, lemon and limescale stains are sometimes very difficult to get rid of and you run a very high risk of damaging the surface. Thanks to Fila you can solve this problem without any worries.
Pool-related slips, trips and falls are a big deal. FILA advice for an efficient cleaning regime for swimming pools.
Find out how to clean and protect grouting from stains.
Removing stains from a floor is sometimes not so easy; some stains can penetrate the material. Here you can find the right product for any kind of stain.
Cleaning any kind of floor with just one product is possible, thanks to FILACLEANER neutral detergent, ideal for marble, porcelain tiles, parquet, terracotta…
Encaustic tiles are enjoying a real resurgence at the moment. Having been covered over, in recent decades, original encaustics are now being lovingly restored. New designs are also available. See our advice on protecting new and original encaustic tiles – during installation and renovation projects
Advice on treating tiles with FILAPW10 – before they are fixed – to create a barrier against efflorescence.