Victorian Tiles Restoration Oxshott
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Fabritec is a professional tile cleaning and restoration company located in Sutton Green, Surrey. We offer specialist Victorian tiles restoration services with our experienced team of professionals who have over 25 years of experience. Our reliable and quality service allows us to restore your Victorian tiles to their former glory using specialist colour enhancing sealers and coatings. Get in touch today for your free no obligation quote and let us help you bring your home back to life!
Restoring Victorian Tiles The skilled Technique
We at Fabritec understand how important it is to keep your Victorian tiles looking their best. That's why we offer reliable, quality and elegant restoration services that will bring back the charm of your tiles. With years of experience in tile cleaning and restoration, our experienced team can help you restore your Victorian tiles to their original beauty. We use only the highest quality materials and modern techniques to ensure a perfect finish every time. Our goal is to make sure your Victorian tiles look as good as new!
Typical Victorian Tiles Conditions
- Worn soiled look because of years of usage.
- Paint splatters and other spills.
- Rust, grease and oil marks.
- Damage and holes at the side of the floor, as a result of carpet nails.
- Old applications of oil soaked up to the body of the tiles that has gone dark.
- Grubby and missing grout.
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Cleaning Victorian Tile
Victorian tile floors are manufactured using clay, consequently they're quite soft when compared to glazed porcelain and other ceramic floor tiles. Harsh cleaning pads can remove your surface your tile. Aggressive restoration can get rid of your design from encaustic tiles, spoiling a floor and spoiling the entire look of the floor.
Water is essential in restoration, nevertheless when restoration Victorian tiles, use minimal as you can. Victorian tiles are often on old permeable, unstable sub-floors. So water should not soak through the flooring into the sub-floor. Too much water will impact a sub-floor, raising individual floor tiles or whole regions of the floor.
Cleaning Minton Tiles
If your victorian tile floor is extremely soiled with old sealer residues, you should contact your local certified Victorian tiles cleaning company. The company has the tools and most importantly of all the knowledge to clean and restore soiled floors, without producing permanent damage.
They will start with stripping the existing coatings. They have access to numerous coating and sealer treatments to get rid of old [xfield_gluetar] coatings. The coatings removers are left to work for twenty minutes or even overnight to penetrate and break down the coatings and adhesives.
Rotary scrubbing machines with various levels of pads and brushes split up the residues. Then rinse with clean water and vacuum away the slurry. Then repeat the procedure to remove all residues associated with the old coatings. Hand pads and brushes are helpful get at the final residues.
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Grouting Victorian Tile Floors
Victorian tile floors usually suffer from a little movement, opening the gaps between tiles and in some cases, dislodging or cracking individual tiles.
Any gaps are best grout filled to help stabilise the floor.
And then leave the floor to dry so it is ready for sealing.
Sealing Victorian Tiles The skilled Strategy To Use
Historically, Victorian clay tiles were all about that linseed oil and waxed life. The oil would make those colors pop, like a vibrant masterpiece. But over time, that boiled linseed oil would start to lose its mojo and dull the floor's true potential. Plus, let's not forget the hazards of handling linseed oil. Oily cloths turning into fire-starters? No thank you.
Modern sealers not only provide superior protection and they're easier apply. Say goodbye to spontaneous combustion and hello to a safer, easier way to unleash the full glory of your floor's colors.
So let's seal the deal and give your floor the love it deserves. Trust me, it's a game-changer.
Encaustic Tiles Cleaning The Expert Technique
Cement encaustic tiles have become more popular. These cement tiles might have forms and colours mechanically pressed onto the surface and some are also hand painted.
Like many ceramic tiles, Encaustic tiles are usually simple to look after, and require little maintenance. But, as they're created from cement, they're microporous and thus must be sealed in order to avoid soil becoming trapped within the tile.
Following cleaning, the original colours inside the floor can look washed out, so we recommend putting on a colour intensifying sealer to regenerate the the original colour tones.