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November 9, 2020

The Contract Cleaners Guide to Stone, Tile & Grout Care

Commercial contract cleaners need to ensure that no matter what facility whether it be hospitality, gym, office, or any small business, it is important to choose the most versatile but powerful commercial cleaning equipment and cleaning chemicals. Tile, stone, and grout damage can be very costly to repair and replace and as a facility manager or business owner, it is important to ensure that your facility is well cared for and appealing in appearance for patrons. One of the best ways to ensure this is including commercial contract cleaning companies to do a thorough floor cleaning regularly. Before you decide what tile, stone or grout cleaner and dilution rate you need, it is important that you consider the tile or stone type which will in turn reveal what chemical is compatible and how to properly care for your floors without damaging its integrity. TYPE FINISHES APPLICATIONS ACIDS ALKALIS NOTES SEALING GRANITE Polishes, Honed Exfoliated (flamed), sandblasted, sawn Internal and external flooring, benchtops, building facades, paving Pre-test. Do not use on honed or polished Granite is an igneous stone. Granite has low porosity. Absorption is 0.02-0.4% Responds best to solvent-borne sealers. Low solids sealer best for polished granite MARBLE Polished, honed,...
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