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To Seal Or Not To Seal Your Tiles


Tile sealing and tile cleaning are two things that often cause many troubles for many homeowners in Sydney. This happens mainly because homeowners don’t have much info about tile sealing and tile cleaning processes. Let’s discuss whether you should seal or not seal the tiles in your home. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: To Seal Or Not To Seal Your Tiles

To Seal Or Not To Seal Your Tiles
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One of the most common questions that majority of
homeowners in Sydney ask cleaning experts is - Do
I need to seal my tile floors?   Tile floors look
stunning yet can prove to a bit difficult to
maintain. Many individuals choose to seal tile
floors, but many people think it was only the
grout that should be sealed?
It's crucial to understand that there are two
sections of a tile floor the tile and the
grout. Out of these, grout should be sealed. It's
normally porous in nature and gets stained
easily. Most construction workers usually of tile
floors don't seal grout since it needs to be
cured first. This is usually a step that is taken
to ensure that your grout looks great. As a
reward, sealed grout is considerably a lot easier
to clean and maintain.   The process of sealing
is performed to fortify tile or grout against
dust, grime, dirt, spills, and erosion, but this
doesnt mean that all tiles should be sealed.
Theres no need to do any sealing, if the tile is
made of ceramic or porcelain. However, there are
a few exceptions to this, so consult professional
tile cleaners for the right advice. If the tile
is made up of stone (like granite, marble, slate,
travertine, and so on.) then it should be sealed.
This is because stone is actually porous and
usually absorb spills and stain quite
effectively.   If you have no prior knowledge
about your tiles, the by simply spreading a few
drops of water on them, you can sometimes tell if
the tile or grout have been sealed or not. The
tiles are probably not sealed, if they darken or
change colour. If tiles remain in same condition,
then theres a high possibility that they may
have already been sealed. It's generally a smart
thing to follow expert guidelines and go for tile
sealing on schedule.
  • To Seal Or Not To Seal Your Tiles
  • The question about sealing your tiles start with
    type of tiles you have in your kitchen, bathroom
    or anywhere else in your home. A few tile
    manufacturers offer pre-seal products that can be
    used and installed directly on the floor.
    Remember that ceramic and porcelain tiles will by
    and large not require sealing. However, a special
    case is polished porcelain tiles, which generally
    require sealing before the process of grouting
    because the polishing procedure might cause tiny
    pores on it. If polished porcelain is not
    pre-sealed then sealing needs to be performed,
    particularly when dark coloured grout is to being

Natural stone is the material that frequently
needs to be sealed since it's highly porous and
may get stain or recolor. All stone in or out of
a house require sealing before grouting process
is started. To guarantee that your stone remains
in an excellent condition, you can get services
of a tile cleaning Sydney based firm that offers
high quality maintenance work.
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