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How to remove tyre marks from tiled floors

Fila PS87How do you clean tiled surfaces marked by tyres?

 

External tiled surfaces often become stained and dirty and need a thorough clean.

 

FILAPS87 provides the perfect solution.  The 3-in-one treatment cleans and removes stains and wax from porcelain, ceramic, terracotta, concrete and natural stone surfaces. It is easy to use and removes even the most stubborn stains, without damaging tiles.

 

To remove black tyre marks, clean the floor thoroughly with FILAPS87, using a brush or a single disk floor cleaning machine with a green disc.  Then, rinse with water and leave to dry.

Remember to always follow the instructions provided.

 

 

If you want more info on how to clean tiled floors, contact the Fila’s experts Row!

 

 

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