Pro StoneCleanPro StoneCleanimagemy_GOOD2.php?nm=Users/2002498287pro_stoneclean_logo.jpg&mwidth=289&mheight=143 8 Northern Woods, Flackwell Heath, High Wycombe, HP10 9JJPro StoneClean is a professional, Floor cleaning, stone restoration company that provides its services to both domestic and commercial clients in Flackwell Heath, Buckinghamshire, covering Beaconsfield, Marlow, High Wycombe and its surrounding areas. A family-run business, Pro StoneClean has a fully insured team that has undergone extensive training in the cleaning and restoration of stones like Slate, Marble, Limestone, Travertine, Granite and Sandstone. We can also take care of Floor cleaning of Flooring that is made of Porcelain, Porcelain tile, Terracotta, Quarry tile, Terrazzo and Polished concrete. With our passion and expertise involving the use of Mortar, Putty, Grout and Cleaning agent, we will make sure that your floor is Cleaner and at its best for years to come. Our services include: Granite Floor Cleaning Granite is produced by intense heat and pressure. Tremendously tough, non-porous and impermeable to acids like vinegar and citrus fruit, granite is also resistant to scratches and heat. However, oils can still stain it. Pro StoneClean makes use of a professional-grade cleaning solution and floor pad to clean the floor and grout lines using mechanical agitation. The floor is then rinsed, neutralized and extracted using an effective wet extraction system. A resurfacing technique that uses various grades of diamond abrasive pads will then remove scratches until the desired level of finish is achieved. Karndean and Amtico Floor Cleaning Amtico and Kardean are two popular brands of a product that is similar to the look of genuine stone and wood flooring. It has several useful benefits over natural products and works very well for areas that are usually exposed to water like bathrooms and kitchens. The floor will be deep cleaned utilising our professional rotary and agitation machines, used with our professional-grade cleaning solution and floor brush. The floor is then rinsed and extracted with an effective wet extraction system. Once that is done, the floor is speed dried using industrial-grade air movers and once finished, a polymer dressing will be put on to give it long lasting protection. The finish will either be matte, satin or gloss depending on the clients’ desire. Limestone Floor Cleaning Limestone is a sedimentary rock that is made up of calcium carbonate and is normally mistaken for marble. Limestone is permeable and stains rather easily. Acidic liquids such as vinegar and citrus juices can also cause etching on the stone. In cleaning limestone floors, we strip back any old sealer and waxes to expose the original floor surface. Then, with a suitable cleaning solution and floor brush, the floor and grout lines are methodically cleaned using mechanical agitation. After that, the floor is then rinsed, neutralized and extracted with a powerful wet extraction system. An industrial air mover is next utilised to dry the floor before the tile and grout are inspected with a moisture meter. After that, the floor can then be sealed with an impregnator seal to safeguard it against oil and staining. Marble Floor Cleaning Marble is a soft stone that is known for its heavy veining and its wonderful shine. However, acids like vinegar or citrus juices will react with the calcium carbonate in the stone, causing dull spots called etching. The damaged surface of the stone will need to be repaired with the use of diamond abrasives with mechanical action to re-polish and refinish the surface. To clean marble, we use a suitable cleaning solution and floor brush and then clean it using mechanical agitation. The floor is then rinsed, neutralised and extracted with a high powered wet extraction system. We will then resurface the marble using different grades of diamond abrasive pads to remove all scratches and etch marks, leaving you with a matte, satin or a high shine mirror-like finish, depending on your preference. Porcelain Floor Cleaning Porcelain is a kind of ceramic tile, but is considered to be stronger, tougher and denser, making it a lot more water-resistant. Porcelain is innately stain-resistant and will not etch after being exposed to liquids with high acid content. Its water resistance makes it easier to sanitise and sustain but the grout lines are absorbent, making them open to dirt and staining. To sanitise porcelain floors, we make use of the proper cleaning solution and floor brush to thoroughly clean the floor before washing and later on, extracting the door with an effective wet extraction tool. The floor is afterwards speed dried with an industrial air mover. Quarry Tile Floor Cleaning Quarry tiles are made up of red clay that is fired to immensely high heat, turning them into very durable and hard-wearing material. Compared to terracotta, quarry tiles are not permeable and is actually water-resistant. To sanitise flooring like quarry tile, we carefully pick the suitable cleaning mixture and then use mechanical agitation before finishing the job with a powerful wet extraction equipment. The floor is then dried with an air movers and the tile and grout are cautiously checked using a moisture meter before it can be sealed. Sandstone Floor Cleaning Sandstone is a sedimentary stone, produced by the build-up of sand, clay and other organic materials. It is a hard textured stone that has different natural earthy colours. Sandstone is porous and will stain easily. Spills will need to be cleaned up straight away, especially dark colours such as red wine. We clean sandstone using a specialised cleaning solution in a process called mechanical agitation. The floor is then rinsed and extracted with a wet extraction system. After it gets dried with an air mover, the floor is sealed with a water-based impregnator sealer or a colour enhancing seal to bring out the colour and detail in the stone. Slate Floor Cleaning Slate is a natural stone floor material that is often black, dark green and grey. This is due to the carbon and graphite in the stone. Tans, reds and purple colours are formed when iron is present. Green colours are a result of chlorite. Other influences on the colour depend on which country the stone comes from. Slate is stain resistant, less porous than other stones and is not easily etched by acidic liquids. To clean slate, we use proper cleaning solutions in a process called mechanical agitation before the floor is rinsed and extracted with a wet extraction system. The floor is then speed dried and the tile and grout are evaluated using a moisture meter. The floor can then be sealed with an impregnator, colour enhancing or surface sealer, depending on the desired finish. Travertine Floor Cleaning Travertine is similar to that of limestone, but is made through a different geological process. Travertine is made because of the precipitation of calcite from mineral springs. Because of this, travertine features pits and holes that are either crammed at the factory or if the client wishes, is filled with a grout and resin filler. The floor can be refinished to eradicate etching and scratches to either a honed, satin, or semi-polished finish. We cleanse travertine flooring with a distinct cleaning mixture and mechanical agitation. Once that is finished, the floor is washed and extracted with a wet extraction system. Once the floor is dried up, the tile and grout are carefully checked with a moisture meter. After that, the floor can be sealed using an impregnator seal to defend it from oil and staining. Terracotta Floor Cleaning Terracotta essentially means "baked earth" and this has been used for many, many centuries as an efficient building material because of its hardiness and hard-wearing elements. Terracotta can be had in warm and inherently reddish and brown colours. Because of the high permeability of the tiles, they should be professionally sealed and finished with a wax to strengthen the natural colour tones of the tiles. We clean terracotta flooring with a unique cleaning solution and rinse and extract the floor using a wet extraction system. The floor is then dried with an air mover and once that is through, it can be sealed with an impregnator seal with a matte or satin wax finish that really depends on the preference of the client. Victorian Floor Cleaning Victorian tiles are a type of encaustic tile that is known for its beautiful geometric patterns. Original Victorian tiles are made from clay and powdered glazes and are fired in a kiln while modern tiles are made from cement, colour pigments, sand and marble powder. These modern versions are more durable and are longer lasting than the original Victorian tiles. We clean Victorian tiles with a distinct cleaning solution and rinse, neutralise and extract the floor with a wet extraction system. The floor is dried with an air mover and then, it can be sealed using an impregnator seal. A matte or satin wax finish can be applied depending on the preference of the client. Our customers can rely on us to follow through on our pledge to have your stone floor looking as good as the day it was laid. Contact us today to find out what we can do for you!0(773)713-7022
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Pro StoneClean is a professional, Floor cleaning, stone restoration company that provides its services to both domestic and commercial clients in Flackwell Heath, Buckinghamshire, covering Beaconsfield, Marlow, High Wycombe and its surrounding areas. A family-run business, Pro StoneClean has a fully insured team that has undergone extensive trainin Read More

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