Tag: natural stone floors

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 restore marble glossy finish with FILA products

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 can quickly become dim and lose its lustre. So how can you restore its glossy finish? How to restore marble kitchen tops, tables, windowsills […]

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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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Meet Fila at the Surface Design Show

Want to find out more about Fila’s latest surface care products?  Then head for the Surface Design Show at London’s Business Design Centre next month.  Entry is FREE – just register at www.surfacedesignshow.com. Acknowledged as ‘the home of innovative surfaces for architects and interiors designers,’ the exhibition is a showcase for cutting edge, inspiring materials.  […]

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How to protect marble from stains with FILAMP90 ECO PLUS

FILAMP90 ECO PLUS is a natural effect stain protector, ideal for natural stone, like marble and granite, with shiny, glossy, brushed, matt fine polished finishes and polished porcelain tiles.

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How to treat efflorescence – before it arises!

Efflorescence can be a tricky problem to treat – and the unsightly white marks it leaves can ruin the appearance of a natural surface. The tell-tale streaks and stains are caused by soluble salts and other water dispersible materials, which rise to the top of absorbent surfaces, like stone and terracotta.   So, the answer is […]

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