Tag: cleaning natural stone

Why do I need a pH neutral cleaner?

If you’ve recently had a stone floor installed, you’ve probably been recommended to use a pH neutral cleaner.  But, what does that actually mean? The pH scale is used to measure how acidic or alkaline a solution is.  It ranges from 0 to 14 – a value less than pH7 is acidic; a value more […]

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How to Clean and Care for Tumbled Marble Tile

Tumbled marble has a really distinct look – a sophisticated feel without the sharp edges – but it does need to be treated with care.   Step 1 – Sealing Tumbled Marble Tumbled marble should be sealed after installation with a sealer formulated specifically for stone to maximize protection against dirt, dust and debris becoming […]

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New Natural Stone Floor? Don’t Forget The Initial (And Most Important) Clean!

The initial clean is one of the most important stages of a stone floor installation, yet it’s often not carried out properly, which can store up lots of problems! An initial clean should take places after stone have been laid – when the grout is set and before the surface is sealed. It’s important to […]

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How to clean a marble floor with FILACLEANER

Do you want to know how to clean your marble floor without damaging the surface? Follow our advices. Marble is a luxurious material that brings a glamorous feel to the home. It has a dense structure, that makes it really hardwearing and it’s easy to look after. But, it is sensitive to acid and strong […]

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