Travertine tile is a natural material that has unique features that no other stone can offer. The distinctive design of Travertine creates some of the most distinguished floor tiles. Travertine is ideal for commercial and residential use. It can be used for floor tile, kitchen flooring, bathroom wall tile, bathroom floor tile, and it is often used externally.
|The photographs above show Travertine stone tiles on a kitchen floor before and after cleaning and sealing.|
Travertine Tile Maintenance
To remove any excess sealer before cleaning use Tile Doctor Remove & Go Sealer remover.
Use Tile Doctor Pro-Clean Stone, Tile & Grout cleaner to effectively clean tiles, highly effective against Wax Sealers, Grease, Grime and general dirt build up.
Remove any cleaning solution using a wet-dry vac machine (any cleaning solution left on the surface may impact the performance of the sealer) then neutralise floor with clean water prior to sealing, remove with a wet-dry Vac machine and allow to dry for 12 hours or more.
|To restore a deep polish on Travertine use Burnishing Pads in conjunction with a buffing machine.|
Apply Tile Doctor Colour Grow sealer using a paintpad applicator and tray. 2 coats of sealant should be sufficent, always allow to dry before applying further coats. Use a water test to achieve full cure sealability (F.C.S.).
Most sealers break down after 2-3 years (depending on usage and cleaning products used) so for regular cleaning use a sealer friendly cleaning product such as Neutral Tile Cleaner which has been especially formulated for the regular cleaning of Sealed Stone and Tile surfaces keeping them fresh with a pleasant mint scent.
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