Firstly, a floor should always be sealed when it is first laid. Get in touch with us straight away if this hasn’t been carried out already. It will also need periodic sealing in order to protect the floor on an ongoing basis. How often sealing is required depends on a number of factors such as the specific material used for your flooring and the kind of use it has to survive. For example, a bathroom with natural tiles that is frequently exposed to water may require sealing more often than porcelain tiles in a kitchen. Frequent maintenance, such as sweeping and hoovering up the dust and grit that erodes floors when trodden on can help. Once the sealant is worn away, not only will scratches be more likely, the risk of staining or permanent damage from liquids is drastically increased as there is no protective layer to prevent absorption. If in doubt get in touch with our team of friendly technicians who can discuss your needs.
https://tileandstonemedic.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/TSM-LOGO-A5LIGHT-011.png 0 0 Luke https://tileandstonemedic.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/TSM-LOGO-A5LIGHT-011.png Luke2017-04-10 10:19:002020-10-02 13:31:37How often should I have my floor sealed?