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We got our tiles more than 25 years ago. We were told that we had a solvent sealer on our tiles, which apparently most companies wouldn't be able to strip off. However we rang a couple of places to check them out. No luck. A friend of mine recommended Tile Cleaners. We rang the guys and they agreed to have a look the next day. We decided to go ahead with the job after getting a satisfactory quote. Tile Cleaners team stripped and resealed our old tiles. We are very grateful for your help guys. Thank you again.

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FAQs » Cleaning Vinyl Floors

  • Q: How long does it take to reseal my vinyl / lino floors?
  • A: It all depends on the size of the area that we are sealing but most jobs take 4 - 8 hours to complete. We do stripping, cleaning and resealing in the same day so you don't have to fuss with more than one appointment.
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Other FAQs :

  • Q: How is the polish applied?
  • A: The application of polish to vinyl flooring is a simple task - but one that must be carried out correctly if the final finish is to be of a high standard. The floor should be cleaned as described above and rinsed thoroughly. When totally dry - and at this time probably looking quite dull - the polish can be applied and buffed using our buffing machine.
    • Q: What exactly is Linoleum?
    • A: Linoleum, commonly abbreviated just "lino" is a flooring material that was first patented in 1863 and its name comes from the main ingredient it's made from, solidified linseed oil that is boiled and mixed with molten resins, powdered cork, wood dust, fine limestone and other raw materials. Finally, the mixture is formed into sheets by applying heat and pressure. Genuine linoleum is extremely long wearing floor coating that gets stronger with age, because the linseed oil gets harder as it oxidizes slowly over time.
      • Q: How is the polish applied?
      • A: This involves stripping the previous polish using manufacturer's approved products and applying a new layer. In most cases dry buffing to achieve maximum shine, surface gloss and durability. While the latter technique is not always necessary, it's the only option when it comes to dealing with permanent stain, burns and deep scratches.

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