Dirty Floor? Tricks for Removing Stains from Any Kind of Floor

Removing stains from a floor is sometimes not so easy; some stains can penetrate the material and normal detergents will not remove them completely. Specific products exist and the choice will depend on whether they are greasy, coloured or acid stains. Here are our tips for finding the right product for any kind of stain:



Remove coloured stains with SR95 


To remove coloured stains (coffee, wine, fruit juice, hair dye, ink, markers etc.) from surfaces you can use SR95 stain remover.

SR95 completely removes the stains that normal cleaning products leave behind. It is specific for removing stains from surfaces in natural stone (marble, travertine, agglomerates) and can also be safely used on polished stone because it does not harm the finish. It is also ideal on low absorbent ceramic surfaces such as porcelain and single-fired tiles with rough surfaces.

Read how it works and how to apply it here



Remove greasy stains with NOSPOT


To remove oily or greasy stains, the right product to use is NOSPOT stain removing spray.
A simple spray of NOSPOT removes greasy and oily stains from terracotta, quarry tiles, natural stone, granite, agglomerates, tumbled marble, pebbles or cobblestones and concrete.
It also guarantees great results on untreated surfaces.

Read how to clean your polished marble worktop with NO SPOT




How to remove white or dull stains from marble with MARBLE RESTORER


When drinks, lemon juice, food residues etc. drop onto marble, stains form on the surface, their visibility depending on how deep they penetrate. In less serious cases, the marble is visibly dull when seen against the light, whereas in others rough, white stains form.

MARBLE RESTORER is the kit perfected by the Fila laboratories for restoring small polished surfaces in marble, travertine or polished calcareous stone, harmed by acid substances or the elements. It is ideal for cleaning marble and restoring tops in bathrooms and kitchens, tables, steps, floor and window sills.

Read how to restore the sheen of your marble with MARBLE RESTORER here



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2 Replies to “Dirty Floor? Tricks for Removing Stains from Any Kind of Floor”

  1. J’ai passé du Filastone plus sur un sol en galets,j’ai fait les joints epoxy,au sechage une pellicule blanche est ressortie.Pourriez-vous m’indiquer comment le nettoyer?Merci

    1. Bonjour M. Jacques,
      Probablement la pellicule blanche qu’on voit est causé par des résidus des joint époxy, et donc je vous propos d’essayer avec notre produit FILACR10, laissé un peu agir (environ 10-15 minutes), bien frotté à l’aide d’une éponge abrasive et donc bien rincé à l’eau propre.
      A disposition, cordialement.

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