Travertine Tile Cleaning
Travertine and any natural stone that is mainly used to make floors.
Which requires travertine cleaning daily.
Most people prefer it to other flooring options because of its exceptional versatility.
It’s available in a wide range of colors and hues, ranging from beiges and browns to reds and emeralds, just to name a few.
Therefore, it should not be hard to find a color that suits your furnishing needs.
What sets it apart from other types of natural stone is that it tends to be porous.
And its porous surface makes it vulnerable to stains and dirt.
So, if you want your travertine tiles to retain their beauty, you will need to clean and maintain them properly.
Here are some travertine tile cleaning tips to consider.
- Everyday cleaning should include a ph-7 cleaner
- Cleaning travertine requires a professional travertine restoration service.
- Typical applications. Include flooring, wall finishing, and funerary monuments.
Maintaining Travertine Floors
Regular maintenance will play a vital role in keeping your travertine tiles in good condition.
Mopping, cleaning, wiping away spills immediately, and vacuuming your travertine floors will keep them in perfect condition.
Also, it will help to prevent extensive damage to the floors, thus keeping your overall maintenance costs low.
It’s advisable to place carpets, mats, and rugs under heavy furniture to minimize the contact between the legs of the furniture and the travertine flooring.
Cleaning Travertine With Micro-Fiber Cloth
Regular mopping is one of the easiest means of keeping your travertine floors in pristine condition. In between regular maintenance visits from JK marble.
And you can easily do it using some warm water. However, you can also add a neutral cleaner to the water for better results.
Mopping your travertine floors regularly will help to prevent the accumulation of dirt, grime, and other particles, thus keeping it in pristine shape.
However, you should avoid using too much water when mopping your travertine floors, since the water may penetrate the surface into the deeper layers, causing the growth of mold.
So, whenever you are mopping your travertine floors, always use a dry mop or one that is slightly damp
Travertine Restoration Honing & Refinishing
If your travertine floor has dull areas because of scratches, spots or wears patterns.
We can hone it to remove those imperfections.
The result will be a renewed travertine surface, devoid of damage.
You can always rely on our travertine honing services.
Achieve a matte or honed finish, which is warm, velvety smooth and inviting.
The moment your travertine showers, travertine countertops, tub surrounds walls, as well as.
Other travertine surfaces are restored, it is highly recommended to seal them. sealing is mainly done to enhance its stain resistance.
You need to know that, all types of stones, unless they have been resonated are naturally prone to porosity.
Therefore, if not sealed, chances are very high that you will spill.
A reactive or colored liquid, thus discoloring your stone. Although most types of stains are easy to remove.
Travertine stain removal can be quite a time consuming as well as expensive, not forgetting frustrating.
It is therefore advisable to undertake the necessary preventive measures against stain damage.
TRAVERTINE Tile CLEANING
Cleaning Travertine is a vital step in the maintenance of travertine tile flooring.
It will help keep them in perfect condition.
Mopping, vacuuming, or sweeping are among the travertine tile cleaning methods that you can use. Whichever method you choose, you should do it at least three days per week.
And when you do so, you will prevent dirt from penetrating through the pores of the tiles, thus minimizing damage. Also, you can clean your travertine tiles using a piece of dry cloth and a cleaning product. If you opt to use a cleaning product, make sure it’s safe for the tiles. It should not be acidic or abrasive, as using the wrong cleaning product can lead to irreversible damage.
Travertine Grout Cleaning
Grout, a combination of cement, sand, and water, is sometimes used to fill gaps between travertine tiles.
It’s usually applied to prevent the tiles from cracking, due to seasonal expansion and contraction.
However, grout lines also create an open space between the tiles, which can allow the buildup of moisture, grime, sand particles, and dirt. These elements may end up damaging your travertine tiles. So, whenever you are cleaning your travertine tiles, make sure you also pay attention to the grout lines.
Cleaning the grout lines regularly using a brush and water will help prevent the accumulation of sand, dirt, and other particles.
You can also apply a sealant to the grout lines to minimize future damage.
Regular marble maintenance services are important for the daily care of travertine floors.
However, after some time, these processes leave grout lines on travertine floors, which are very hard to remove or clean, using normal cleaning methods.
Visible traffic patterns then compound these issues and shiny scratches.
As these problems accumulate, you start losing interest in the appearance of your floor.
At this point, you start considering replacing your floor with another material.
However, you don’t have to go to that extent, our professional and scheduled maintenance program.
It will ensure your travertine floors look perfect all the time.
Whether you are looking for travertine honing, polishing, filling holes, or any other stone restoration service you might need, contact us immediately.
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