Travertine Tile Cleaning the Safe Way

by Dsapone D. SEO
tile and grout cleaning in Tampa & Sarasota

Travertine is a characteristic stone shaped by the precipitation of calcium carbonate at the passage of geothermally warmed hot springs and limestone caves. Travertine is known to be a popular stone in the renovation industry due to its wide accessibility in a variety of hues from creams and whites to beiges and tans and even emeralds and reds. Despite the fact that travertine stone is regarded to be tough, it is still extremely necessary that your floors are cleaned consistently and looked after occasionally. This won't just enable your tiles to keep their unblemished and alluring appearance, however will likewise add to the life of your travertine flooring. It is critical that travertine tile cleaning in Tampa & Sarasota is performed with safe and quality products that won't damage the stone’s beauty.

Travertine, being a porous stone, is susceptible to staining. It is totally obligatory that any spills, particularly those of acidic solvents, for example, orange juice, espresso, wine and vinegar are wiped off immediately. Indeed, even water ought to be instantly dabbed with a tissue paper or dry fabric as water can leak through pores in the stone hence bringing about staining. If your travertine is already stained then it is too late, unless D’Sapone artists work their magic with their optimum travertine tile cleaning services in Tampa & Sarasota.

Cleaning Travertine with Safe & Eco-Friendly Penetrating Cleaner:

Cleaning travertine stone with shoddy cleaners is out and out a burden, as it won't expel the profound stains and will likewise harm the floor, shower or countertop. D’Sapone’s stone restoration products are formulated by pFOkUS, which is the world's best tile cleaner and grout sealer manufacturing firm. We clean and disinfect travertine with Imperia – a brilliantly formulated deep stone cleaner. It penetrates the surface stripping all the stains, mold, mildew and existing sealers.

Filling Tile Cracks with Sentura:

If there are cracks in your travertine tiles, then instead of replacing them, we will fill the cracks using Sentura. It is a flexible epoxy/resin filler with 1200psi. Sentura can be color matched in more than 40 shades, thereby ensuring a uniform and sleek look to your cracked tiles.

Covering Grout After Cleaning Travertine:

Grout fills the gaps between your travertine tiles and in the event that it isn't dealt with quality products, it will make the whole surface look awful. Grout holds all fluids or dampness, enabling stains and mold to occur. In some cases, simply cleaning doesn't eliminate all the stains, so it ought to be fixed with a deep penetrating sealer. Our artists will bolt out the stains by covering the grout with Caponi – a two part pigmented titanium epoxy/resin sealer. It is available in more than 40 colours to suit your project needs.

Sealing Travertine Stone with Natural Look Sealers:

Even though your travertine is thoroughly cleaned and made spotless, it still has its pores open, that allow the surface to further absorb moisture and give birth to stains, mold and mildew.  Your stone will show signs of damage in a short period, if quality sealers are not applied to it. Our artists take travertine tile and grout cleaning in Tampa & Sarasota to the next level and this is the reason we not only clean, but also seal your stone.

We have Repela-Bond – an invisible clear resin water based sealer, and Celine – a clear topical solvent based clear resin sealer. Both will penetrate into the stone while shutting its pores to convey a hydrophobic surface. Celine may add a refined style to your stone, adding more value to our travertine tile and grout cleaning service in Tampa & Sarasota.

These are our travertine cleaning processes. Give one of our artists a chance to convey your travertine floor or shower that look it deserves with a 5 year labour warranty.


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