The owner of this sandstone flooring in Kenilworth wanted their floor cleaning and restoring to its original condition. It hasn’t been professionally cleaned for several years and has been maintained by with routine mopping.
Removing the entrance mat has revealed the difference between the floor which has been exposed to foot traffic and that which hasn’t. Removing the furniture and rugs from the lounge area also revealed the difference.
There are a few steps to professionally clean a stone floor including using a wet vacuum to remove all the dirty water and slurry. This avoids pushing dirty water around as happens with a standard mop and bucket. The final step is to keep rinsing the stone a neutral ph cleaner until no more residues are being removed.
Many homeowners then choose to have the stone sealed once dry for easier maintenance.
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