We are your local specialist for tile cleaning, stone cleaning, grout cleaning and tile, stone and grout sealing covering the restoration of all types of stone and tiled flooring including Ceramic, Limestone, Marble, Porcelain, Quarry, Sandstone, Slate, Terracotta, Terrazzo, Travertine and Victorian tile. Were professionally trained and have the equipment and experience to solve any problem, were also part of the largest specialist tile and stone cleaning network in the UK that enables us to

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Why not take advantage of our free local survey service and arrange for us to visit you at your home or premises where we can listen to your needs and use our knowledge and experience to put new life into your tiles. Remember prevention is cheaper than the cure so do talk to us about grout sealing and regular maintenance. Complete the form below or call us on 0845 652 4652 and we will be in touch. What Our Recent Customers Have to Say Click here to read more feedback Other Tile Doctor Web Sites

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Black slate tiles are stain resistant and durable. The exquisite look and low maintenance of these tiles make it a popular flooring choice these days. It is naturally non-absorbent, and does not slip easily, which makes it a choice option for bathrooms and kitchens. Proper care and maintenance is needed, to keep your black slate tiles looking good.

Clean Up Spills Immediately
Clean up any spills immediately with a cloth. Use a damp sponge to wipe any sticky stains off the black slate tiles immediately. After wiping with a damp cloth or sponge, wipe dry the area with a soft towel. Cleaning the spills right away will prevent any seepage into the tiles causing further damage.

Sweep Regularly
Use a broom to sweep the slate tiles regularly, on a weekly basis. This removes any sand, gravel, dirt and foreign residue that is on the tiles. You can also use a vacuum cleaner fitted with a brush to do this job.

Mop With Detergent
Use a mop to mop the black slate tiles with water and mild detergent. Mop a second time using clear water. Then, let the slate tiles air dry. Do not use harsh detergent, or soaps with acid on the slate tiles. This will cause damage to the tiles.

This Victorian tiled hallway floor, located in a property in Blackwood, South Wales, was in a bad way. It was suffering from several broken and missing tiles, and the entire floor looked like it had not experienced a good clean and fresh seal in several years. The property itself dated back to 1905, and it’s very likely that the Victorian tiles are original. However, the property owner was very hopeful that the hallway could be rejuvenated, so he contacted me to carry out the work. Upon my

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