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A Guide To Terracotta Flooring

What is Terracotta? Before we start talking about terracotta flooring, let’s first answer the question of ‘what is terracotta?’ Terracotta means ‘baked earth’ in Italian and is essentially just that. It is refined mud that is shaped whilst wet, dried and then hardened in a kiln. It is the oldest type of ceramic in the..

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Is My Mop And Bucket Damaging My Stone Floor?

Have you given your natural stone floors a good clean with a mop and bucket and are left wondering why you are still getting dirty socks? Or why your grout still looks dirty despite you having slaved away cleaning it? This might be one of those rare occasions where the worker can actually blame their..

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Should I Seal My Patio?

Should I seal my outside patio? Stone patios can often be the most neglected stone floor in terms of sealing, but arguably the most important. With your patio experiencing heavy traffic flows, rainwater and lots of outside muck and dirt it is advisable to make it as strong as possible.  If you want to keep..

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Floor Sealing: The Most Important Thing You Are Not Doing

To seal or not to seal, that is the question. Whereas some stone types are less in need of sealing, most experts advise that all stone floor will benefit from some form of sealing. Sealing your stone floor will give it maximum protection from wear and tear, spills and stains and increase it’s life. How..

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A Kleanstone Guide to Stone Flooring

Stone flooring is a trend that is never likely to go out of fashion. It’s natural, beautiful and versatile structure, makes it a welcome addition to any home. Famed for its naturally cool composition stone flooring is also an ideal choice for warmer climates. With so many different varieties of stone flooring it is important..

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How To Buff Your Floors

Remove the brushes and squeegee from your machine by simply pulling them off. Wipe the machine down using a dry cloth to remove any moisture. Click the pad holders into place. Affix the pads to the Velcro on the holders. Press the pedal at the back to activate the machine. Buff the floor until you..

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