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I was about to sell my house, but was not happy with the tiles in the dining area. The tiles were white and shiny but the grout looked really dark and dirty. I already had a potential client; however the dark grout ruined the beauty of the room. I didn't have much time to fix the grout and decided to call Tile Cleaners as my real estate agency mentioned them. As my real estate agent said, Tile cleaners responded really quickly. They also pointed out that some of the grout was coming off in the hallway when they were there, which I had not even noticed. Thank you for fixing my problem so quickly. The house is sold now and I left your details with the new owner so they can keep the tiles in good condition.

Anna Rodwell, Tingalpa, QLD

Thank you Tile Cleaners ® for dealing with the solvent sealer I had and resealing my hallway; I know it's a pain but you did a great job. I will definitely call you again as I need help with my tiles in the office.

Paul Gold, Gold Coast, QLD

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.

Olivia and Andrew Clark, Hornsby, NSW

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Stone Sealing Gold Coast

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We provide specialised sealing solutions for all types of stone tiles.

We cover all Gold Coast suburbs

To schedule your appointment or to obtain a free estimate, call 1300 771 201 or use our online enquiry form

We cover all suburbs within 100 km of Gold Coast CBD. North, South, East & West.

To schedule your appointment or to obtain a free estimate, call 1300 771 201 or use our online enquiry form.

Tile Cleaners® is Gold Coast's leading stone sealing specialist. Our services cover all Gold Coast suburbs . We are your specialist service provider for stone sealing, stone restoration, and minor stone repairs. If you need advice on cleaning & sealing your old or brand new stone surfaces or need a professional to do it for you, then you have come to the right place.

All porous natural and man made tiles should be sealed. Sealing your stone will help prevent & reduce staining by keeping most stains suspended at the surface. Sealing provides protection against chemical attack, deterioration and contamination and also reduces the damage caused from the stain itself.

Natural stone is amongst the most durable materials for floor and wall coverings, also boasting some of the lowest abrasion values. For non-porous tiles you should usually only need to seal the grout lines with our specialised impregnating penetrating sealer.

All natural stone is porous to different degrees. To protect your stone an impregnating sealer should be applied which is similar to a topical sealer but doesn't create a film on top of the stone, instead it sits within the stones pores.

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The idea of using sealers on stone surface is to prevent water from penetrating the porous structure of the stone, which eventually leads to stains, cracks, weathering, and deterioration. Sealing your tiles and/or grout helps prevent & reduce staining by providing a barrier against stain carrying substances. Sealing is the first important step towards protecting your investment against stains.

Finally, to dispel what you might have read or heard about sealing artificial or man made stone tiles such as terracotta, these are in fact more porous than natural stone and will need frequent applications of stain inhibitors, sealers, resins and polishes.

We are your specialist service provider for tile sealing, stone sealing and grout sealing covering all Gold Coast suburbs

We cover all suburbs within 100 km of Gold Coast CBD. North, South, East & West.

To schedule your appointment or to obtain a free estimate, call 1300 771 201 or use our online enquiry form.

Gold Coast Stone Sealing Process

We can help you clean & restore the following materials:


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What Exactly Is A Sealer?

A sealer is a liquid, or carrier containing a resin that is applied to porous natural stone or porous man made surfaces that helps prevent staining from water and/or oil based materials as well as help to achieve better results when cleaning your tiles

You can easily test how porous your surfaces are by applying a drop of water to the surface and watching how it is absorbed. You can then see how any type of water based stain can be absorbed by the surface.

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Why should I have my stone tiles sealed?

A sealer reduces the natural absorbency of a stone. A natural stone surface once prepared and sealed correctly can add a great deal of style to your property and give it a real feature relative to your desired look whether that is modern and contemporary or more traditional.

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Sealing your tiles and/or grout helps prevent & reduce staining. It provides a barrier for a short time to remove the staining product and helps reduce the damage caused from the stain itself. Staining can still occur if the staining product is not removed from the tile.

What type of sealer should i use on my stone tile?

There are so many sealers on the market today and it can be confusing to know which sealer is the correct choice for your tile. Which one will work, which one won't, which sealer suits your situation and how they differ?

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Types Of Sealers we use

Tile Cleaners® use two main types of sealer to protect your surfaces. One sealer is known as an Impregnating Sealer(Penetrating Sealer) which is absorbed into the tile protecting it from within and the other is known as a Topical Sealer which sits on top of(coats) the tile.

Tile Cleaners® are proud to be accredited applicators of Deepshield™ quality deep impregnating water based sealers which prolong the life of your surfaces by taking full advantage of recent advancements in nano-technology and fluoro-bond technology. Australian made Deepshield™ forms a bond with your surfaces that is stronger than any conventional mechanical or hydrogen bonding film forming sealers.

Tile Cleaners® technicians are experts at applying all types of sealer and will ensure your surfaces look their absolute best. Tile Cleaners® can apply a topical sealer when especially required to create either a high gloss, satin sheen or matte finish to your surfaces. Topical sealers can be helpful in situations where the old solvent based sealer can't be completely removed or when required to hide certain types of damage. Topical sealers typically have a life expectancy of around 3 years while impregnating sealers such as the Deepshield™ range of impregnating water based sealer's offer long term benefits lasting for up to 10 years while Deepshield™ Gold, based on the latest fluoro-bond technology will last for up to 15 years.

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Deep Penetrating Impregnating Sealer

(Transparent Finish/Colour Enhancing Finish)

Impregnating sealers are safe for stone and highly recommended. These sealers sit below the surface of your tile and deposit solid particles into the pores of your stone coating the individual minerals below.

Even when the tile has been sealed before with an impregnating sealer there is no need to strip the old sealer(as with Topical Sealer) before reapplying, most aren't affected by UV light, and high quality penetrating sealers do not require frequent applications.

Impregnating sealers do not alter the slip resistant properties of the tile, meaning that if the tile is not a slippery tile then it will stay non-slip, making it the recommended sealer for most cases where slipping may be a risk.

Impregnating sealers used by Tile Cleaners® usually have a lifetime of up to 10 years. In areas where salt water is near, the lifetime of our sealer may be reduced to 8 years instead because salt can reduce the lifetime of the product.

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We cover all suburbs within 100 km of Gold Coast CBD. North, South, East & West.

To schedule your appointment or to obtain a free estimate, call 1300 771 201 or use our online enquiry form.

How Do Impregnating Sealers Work?

In an impregnating sealer the "active component" is either a natural or a synthetic resin. This resin is melted into a liquid solution with a mineral solvent or with water.

Impregnating Sealer properties

  • Penetrates into the stone and attaches its protection to the cell walls within the pore structure. This allows for total vapour transmission through the stone.
  • Does not change the colour or sheen of the stone.
  • Does not need to be re-applied after each cleaning.
  • Because the sealer does not remain on the surface, the sealer coating will not scratch or scuff. Without a surface coating to wear off, the sealer does not require re-application as frequently as topical sealers.
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We cover all suburbs within 100 km of Gold Coast CBD. North, South, East & West.

To schedule your appointment or to obtain a free estimate, call 1300 771 201 or use our online enquiry form.

What Sets Impregnating Sealers Apart?

Is it a solvent or water based sealer?

Solvent or water based sealer?

A solvent based sealer absorbs deep into the stone but emits a very strong odour and is trickier to apply. There have been a few reports of solvent based sealers reacting negatively to certain stones that have a factory applied resin. It's always safest to test a scrap or small inconspicuous area first. Solvent carried impregnators are excellent water repellents but do not usually repel oil stains.

A water based sealer is easier to apply and safer to handle as well as safer for the environment. Water carried impregnators are excellent oil repellents as well as excellent water repellents.

Does it repel water, repel oil, or resist oil?

Not all sealers work the same. Some sealers just repel water. These are called Hydrophobic. A hydrophobic type sealer repels water based liquids such as coffee, soft drink and tea.

Sealers that repel oil are called Oilophobic an oilophobic type sealer repels oil based liquids such as cooking oil and grease AS WELL AS water based liquids.

An oilophobic sealer will always repel BOTH oil and water based chemicals whereas a hydrophobic sealer doesn't always repel oil based chemicals.

Our impregnating water based sealers are Oilophobic, meaning that they repel both water and oil based chemicals.

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Topical Sealer

(Gloss/Satin/Matte Finish)

Sometimes a Topical Sealer is referred to as a “coating” because this is exactly what it does, it coats the surface of your stone with a protective barrier. It's essentially a layer or thin film sitting on top of your stone.

Topical sealers are either removable(through stripping) or permanent. Removable coatings are designed to easily be stripped from the surface of stone and are usually water based. Most strippable coatings are NOT designed for natural stone, however nowadays there are high quality water based sealers also available for stone.

Permanent coatings are very difficult to remove and are usually NOT designed for stone either. It's important to ask an expert to determine which topical sealer is safe to use on your particular surface.

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What will a topical sealer do?

It will help prevent your tile from scuffing, scratching and staining. The sealer will scuff and scratch instead. The downfall is since the sealer is softer than your stone it can scuff and scratch fairly easily, which means they are short lived and frequent reapplication is necessary.

Before reapplying, old topical sealer needs to be removed and frequent stripping can cause damage to your tile or stone. If you don't remove the sealer before applying a new coat, eventually these coatings will build up and cause your tile to have an unnatural wavy or plastic look. This is called "stripping" the sealer.

Bottom of the barrel topical sealers can cause your tile to turn a yellowish colour, especially when exposed to UV light. They can change the appearance of your tile and may react adversely to heat and acids.

Topical sealers are usually easy to apply and much less expensive than impregnating sealers. Some add additional shine to your tile and some even add slip resistant properties. But the need to frequently strip and reapply, or buff should be taken into consideration as well as the location of your tile.

Tile Cleaners® technicians apply the highest quality water based sealers providing the highest level of protection.

To schedule your appointment or to obtain a free estimate, please Call 1300 771 201 or use our enquiry form

We cover all Gold Coast suburbs

Pre-sealed stone

In most cases we will be able to chemically remove your existing floor finish(sealer) and treat any staining and marks that will have occurred due to the ineffectiveness of your floor seal. When we are satisfied that we have achieved the best results possible, preferably by returning the floor to its natural state, then we allow a sufficient drying time before applying the needed number of coats of our specialist floor tile seal depending on the type of the floor.

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Types of Stone that can be sealed

All stone should be treated carefully during the installation process and should be sealed as they can easily be stained by a range of substances. The sealing can be completed after the stone have been laid or when construction is complete.

Limestone, Sandstone, Slate and pavers are common products which require maintenance. This maybe a top up seal or it may require all the existing sealer to be stripped, bringing back the natural beauty of the stone, then re sealed.

Tile Cleaners ® provide their customers with excellent value for money stone care and maintenance services. We only use quality products which will enhance and protect your quality stone.

How often does the sealer on stone need to be applied?

Some stone sealers need to be applied every year, some every 3- 5 years, and penetrating sealers may last up to 15 years or even longer. This will depend on the type of resin used and on the type of use the tiles are intended for. The resin used is the most important factor because this resin is left behind to do the work.

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We provide specialised sealing solutions for all types of stone tiles.

To schedule your appointment or to obtain a free estimate, call 1300 771 201 or use our online enquiry form

We cover all Gold Coast suburbs

We cover all suburbs within 100 km of Gold Coast CBD. North, South, East & West.

To schedule your appointment or to obtain a free estimate, call 1300 771 201 or use our online enquiry form.

Sealing the Grout Lines

Not all stone requires sealing, but even for those stone tiles than don't require sealing you can and should always seal the grout lines.

Grout Sealers prevent spills from penetrating into the porous grout. Our impregnating penetrating water based grout sealer repels water and oil based liquids, prevents stains caused by food and beverages and protects the grout from dirt and impurities.

After cleaning your grout it is recommended to apply an impregnating water based sealer specifically designed for grout that creates resistance to spills and stains. This also results in your grout becoming much easier clean in the future and makes your grout look cleaner for longer. There are different sealers for grout with varying qualities and prices. Check our website for advice on sealing your type of tile & grout or call us and our knowledgeable customer service can help you with all your enquiries.

The extra layer of protection from sealing the grout can be applied to grout in kitchens, shops, swimming pool surrounds & showrooms and most other areas in your home or business.

We cover all Gold Coast suburbs

Call us today or make an appointment using our online system for a consultation and quote

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Stripping and Sealing

While sealing your stone and grout means that they will be protected, is it important to keep in mind that the previously applied sealer may need to be removed and reapplied in future depending on the quality of the sealer applied to your stone and the amount of traffic. This process is called tile stripping and sealing, which involves stripping, scrubbing and cleaning to remove old sealant and its residue and restoring the original appearance of the tiles. We can strip and reseal any hard surface flooring as well as wall tiles.

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No matter where your stone tiles are, Gold Coast's Tile Cleaners® technicians will strip, clean and professionally reseal them for you, in your kitchen, shower, bathroom, around the swimming pool, your backyard, outdoors or any hard to reach indoor areas.

Grout Recolouring

A variety of colours are available and an added advantage of grout recolouring is that the product we use also doubles as the highest quality sealer available allowing much easier cleaning of the grout in the future.

Maintaining the Appearance of Stone Tiles after Sealing

The best time to seal stone and/or grout lines is immediately after installation, but if not done initially it is still extremely beneficial to seal stone surfaces immediately once they have been professional cleaned by Tile Cleaners® technicians.

After any sealing, we provide each customer with a simple stone maintenance program and recommend a cleaning product to suit your requirements.

Sealing of grout and porous stone(such as marble, granite, travertine, limestone, sandstone, slate etc.) is necessary to protect them from premature decay and contamination. Even very old stone tiles and grout can be cleaned and resealed to give them back a new lease on life!

Sealing your porous stone and grout provides you with time to deal with spills. Unsealed stone can stain immediately, whereas a sealed stone floor is stain resistant with a reaction time of up to 4-5 hours.

Tile Cleaners® are your specialist service provider for stone sealing, grout sealing and tile, stone and grout sealing as well as stone restoration and minor stone tile repairs. Our services cover all Gold Coast suburbs .

Tile Cleaners® has the tile and grout cleaning & sealing solution to meet your tile maintenance needs

To schedule your appointment or to obtain a free estimate, Call 1300 771 201 today or use our online enquiry form

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How can we help

Tile Cleaners® experienced technicians are accredited and experienced in stone sealing, protection & restoration.

With Tile Cleaners ® your stone arOur extensive experience shared amongst our team allows us to choose the best suited sealer for your stone tiles, giving you the desired appearance at the most competitive prices. Tile Cleaners® have extensive experience servicing schools, hospitals, clinics, bars, clubs, shopping centres and homes around the nation.

We cover all suburbs within 100 km of Gold Coast CBD. North, South, East & West.

To schedule your appointment or to obtain a free estimate, call 1300 771 201 or use our online enquiry form.

At Tile Cleaners® we strongly recommend that any newly laid porous stone be sealed immediately so the area gains the full benefit of the protection. Installing natural stone is not an inexpensive exercise, so why not protect your investment?

We are your specialist service for tile sealing, stone sealing, grout sealing, lino/vinyl floor sealing with our service covers all Gold Coast suburbs .

Tile Cleaners® apply a deep penetrating sealer, allowing the sealer to soak through the surface.

We cover all Gold Coast suburbs

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Nobody will do a better job sealing your stone than Tile Cleaners! With us your stone surfaces are thoroughly cleaned in accordance to industry standards prior to sealing. Our cleaning equipment combined with our unique cleaning process will ensure your stone is cleaned thoroughly prior to sealing according to your needs.

Tile Cleaners® employ experienced stone sealing technicians and offer the service most suited for your stone surfaces as well as an extensive stain removal service.

A healthy home or office starts from the ground up with a clean tile!

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Our Commercial Stone Sealing Services in Gold Coast Cover

  • Builders
  • After Building, Renovation & Cleaning Companies
  • Insurance Companies
  • Side Walks
  • Store Fronts
  • Power Wash Awnings and Signs
  • Strip Malls
  • Units/Condominiums
  • Town Homes

Our commercial client base includes a wide range of builders, real estate agents and insurance companies

We cover all Gold Coast suburbs

Our Residential Stone Sealing Services in Gold Coast Cover

  • Indoor House Floor & Wall Tiles
  • Gutter and Down Spout Wash
  • Chimneys
  • Driveways
  • Walk Ways
  • Step and Porch Wash
  • Fences
  • Garages
  • Patios
  • Pool Decks
  • Deck

We provide specialised sealing, cleaning and restoration solutions for all natural and man made surfaces

To schedule your appointment or to obtain a free estimate call 1300 771 201 today or use our online inquiry form

Frequently Asked Questions


Cleaning your stone surface is essential because natural stone products tend to harbor dirt, residues, dust, and grime within their pores. It is crucial to thoroughly clean these pores before applying any sealant to the surface. If dirt and other contaminants are trapped beneath the stone sealer, they can eventually lead to the formation of a milky white residue between the top of the stone and the underside of the sealer. To rectify this issue, it becomes necessary to remove the stone sealer and perform a thorough cleaning process.

Sealing a stone surface is crucial to prevent immediate staining from spills and to protect against permanent damage. While sealing provides effective protection, it is important to clean up spills promptly. Different natural stone surfaces require specific sealing methods. For sandstone, terracotta, and limestone, it is recommended to seal them before they are laid and grouted. These materials are highly porous and can quickly absorb stained water from adhesives and grout. Terracotta, in particular, should be sealed on all sides before installation due to its high porosity. Limestone is also susceptible to staining, and caution should be exercised while handling it to avoid leaving finger marks that can later stain the surface. Granite, marble, slate, and travertine, on the other hand, are sealed on all edges and the top after they are laid and grouted. Thorough cleaning is essential prior to the sealing process for these types of floors.

The recommended frequency for re-sealing a stone surface is typically every 5 to 10 years, depending on the quality and type of sealer used. Some premium sealers can last even longer, up to 15 years or even a lifetime. Special stone seal removers are available for resealing natural stone floors. With proper care and maintenance, a natural stone floor can maintain its natural finish for a lifetime. It is crucial to use the appropriate products specifically designed for your type of natural stone floor to ensure its longevity and appearance. Additionally, it is important to seal other stone features such as stairs, tables, pillars, and fireplaces to protect them from staining and damage. Fireplaces, in particular, can be susceptible to staining from carbon deposits and UV damage, making sealing essential for their preservation.

You can determine if your stone surface has been effectively sealed by conducting a water test. Pour a small amount of water onto the surface and observe its behavior. If the water is quickly absorbed into the surface, it indicates that the surface requires sealing as it is not adequately protected. However, if the water forms into small beads and remains on the surface without being absorbed, it suggests that the surface has been properly sealed and the sealer is providing the desired level of protection. This simple water test can help you assess the effectiveness of the seal and determine if any resealing is necessary to maintain the surface's protection and appearance.

Sealing alters the properties of the pavers or stone but does not modify the surrounding environment. If your backyard is damp and shady, the sealing product cannot change those conditions. However, sealing reduces the porosity of the pavers or stone, thereby inhibiting the growth of algae and making cleaning easier. In most situations, it is advisable to consider sealing as a beneficial option.

The truth is porcelain is creating much confusion in the market place and many pages have been written to try to put all issues into perspective. The more questions you ask the more confused you will be. As a rule of thumb, textured and honed porcelain doesn't need to be sealed, but polished porcelain often does need to be. This is contrary to what may seem logical. The tiny pores that accept staining are created in the polishing process. A good penetrating sealer fills these pores and sets up good stain protection. The textured stone generally just need a good clean because of the rough surface. If you are not sure, do a stain test. Get a sample stone or an off-cut and try to stain it with the things common to that area. If it stains, there is a benefit to having the stone sealed.

Even though your polished marble/limestone/travertine has been sealed, you may still notice marks on the surface. It's important to understand that these marks are often not stains but rather etches. Acid-sensitive stones, such as these, can be affected by any acid, which can lead to a loss of polish and the creation of a dull or frosty surface. For example, red wine can cause both a stain and an etch on unsealed stone, but on a sealed stone, only the etch may be visible. Penetrating sealers function by sitting below the surface of the stone, preventing acid from deeply penetrating and causing stubborn stains, but they may not fully protect against surface etching. Acid can come in various forms, such as fruit juices, wine, salad dressings, or even urine in bathroom settings, and can cause damage. The good news is that this type of damage can typically be repaired.

Stone and grout sealing services do not typically come with guarantees. However, our Impregnating Water Based Sealers have a life expectancy of up to 10 years, which can vary based on factors such as the quality of the stone, level of foot traffic, and maintenance procedures implemented. It is important to understand that a sealer does not provide complete imperviousness to stains. Rather, it offers a reaction time to address spills. An unsealed floor can immediately stain, whereas a sealed floor is resistant to staining and provides a reaction time of up to 4-5 hours. A penetrating sealer sits just beneath the stone's surface, preventing spills from penetrating and causing staining. However, it cannot prevent etching or surface damage caused by acid-based spills like red wine, vinegar, urine, or fruit juice. Immediate cleaning of such spills is crucial to prevent permanent damage to the stone surface.

In our services, Tile Cleaners® exclusively employs high-quality cleaners and sealers sourced from reputable industry suppliers. These products are carefully chosen to ensure their suitability and effectiveness for the specific task at hand. We prioritize using premium products to deliver optimal results in our cleaning and sealing services.

The technician who performs the cleaning and sealing of your floors will provide you with personalized maintenance advice specific to your tiled area. In general, we recommend using a mild cleaner, such as Spirit "Neutral Cleaner," at least once a week to keep your tiled floors well-maintained. Tiles with a textured surface may benefit from using a doodlebug instead of a mop for a more effective clean. It is important to avoid the use of harsh chemicals as they can diminish the longevity of the sealers. Additionally, when mopping, remember to change the water frequently to prevent spreading dirty water across your floors.

If your grout (and stone, if applicable) have not been sealed previously, it is possible that certain stains, especially in high traffic areas, may be permanent. However, if your grout (and stone, if applicable) have been sealed previously, the cleaning process should have prevented the penetration of dirt and other contaminants. As a result, you can expect excellent results from the cleaning, leaving your floors looking refreshed and rejuvenated.

It is highly recommended to seal your stone or grout immediately after installation to minimize the risk of accidental staining or damage. As for determining if your stone requires sealing at present, you can observe the presence of patchy sealed areas on the floor or an increased susceptibility to staining on the tiles. These signs indicate that resealing may be necessary to maintain the protection and appearance of your stone surfaces.

Efflorescence is a phenomenon where salts migrate to the surface of porous materials during water evaporation, resulting in a whitish coating and potential damage to the surface finish. To effectively prevent efflorescence, it is crucial to apply a high-quality water-resistant sealer from a reputable range. However, it is important to note that efflorescence can also be influenced by factors such as water penetration. Therefore, it is essential to address any underlying causes of water penetration, such as repairing leaks or damaged grout, to effectively prevent efflorescence. By combining proper sealing with resolving the water source, proactive measures can be taken to minimize the occurrence of efflorescence and maintain the integrity of the surface.

The appropriate type of sealer for your stone surfaces depends on the specific type of stone you have and its intended use. Different types of stones have varying porosity levels and characteristics, which may require different types of sealers to achieve optimal results. It is recommended to consult with a professional or refer to the manufacturer's guidelines to determine the most suitable sealer for your specific stone and intended application.

The number of coats applied to your stone surfaces usually ranges from 2 to 4, depending on several factors, including the desired finish.

Sealing your stone surface offers the advantage of providing additional time to clean up spills before they have a chance to stain. However, it is important to note that sealing does not guarantee complete stain resistance. Prompt and thorough cleaning of spills and dirt is still necessary to prevent staining on the stone surface.

The recommended waiting time before walking on sealed tiles and placing furniture back on them is typically around 4 hours. This allows the tiles to become touch dry, making it safe to walk on the surface and return most furniture items. However, it is important to avoid mopping the tiles or exposing them to moisture for at least 24 hours to prevent washing off the sealer. The sealer requires up to 24 hours to fully cure and provide optimal protection. It is also advisable to refrain from placing rugs on the floor for at least 24 hours, allowing the tiles to breathe until the sealer is completely cured. Following these guidelines ensures the best results and longevity of the sealer on your tiles.

The effect of sealing on the surface's appearance can vary depending on factors such as the type of sealer used and the number of coats applied. Different sealers can produce different visual outcomes for the tiles. Some sealers may enhance the natural color and sheen of the tiles, while others may result in a more subdued or matte finish. It is important to consider your desired outcome and consult professionals for guidance in selecting a sealer that aligns with your aesthetic preferences and goals for the surface's appearance. By discussing your requirements, you can choose a sealer that enhances the overall look of the tiles to your satisfaction.

Hiring a professional to seal your stone brings several advantages. Firstly, professionals have the expertise to select the appropriate sealer based on the type of stone and its specific needs. They ensure that the stone is thoroughly cleaned before sealing, removing any dirt or blemishes that could be trapped beneath the sealer. This ensures a clean and flawless surface for optimal sealing results. Professionals are knowledgeable about industry standards and best practices, ensuring that the sealing process is done correctly and effectively. By relying on a professional, you can have peace of mind knowing that your stone will be sealed properly, enhancing its appearance and providing long-lasting protection.

Sealing your stone surfaces does not make them maintenance-free. While sealing provides added protection against staining and makes cleaning easier, it does not eliminate the need for regular maintenance. Sealed stone surfaces are more resistant to stains and contaminants, allowing you more time to clean up spills before they can penetrate the stone. However, it's important to note that no sealer can make a porous surface completely stain-proof. Proper cleaning and maintenance practices are still necessary to keep your stone surfaces in good condition. Using the recommended stone cleaning products and following appropriate maintenance routines will help preserve the appearance and longevity of your sealed stone.

To preserve the fresh and new appearance of your surfaces, regular cleaning is crucial. Use a mild detergent or pH neutral cleaner to remove dirt, grime, and other contaminants that can accumulate over time. Avoid using harsh detergents or cleaning agents with high acidity or alkalinity, as they can potentially damage the sealer and affect the surface's appearance. By opting for mild detergents and pH neutral substances, you can effectively clean your surfaces without compromising the integrity of the sealer and ensure that they maintain their attractive appearance for extended periods.

The pricing structure for floor sealing services at Tile Cleaners® is typically determined based on the square meterage of each room. You can find a price list on the Tile Cleaners® website to get a comprehensive understanding of the costs involved. Before beginning the project, the team will measure each room and engage in a discussion with you to understand your specific requirements. They will then provide you with a detailed breakdown of the costs, ensuring transparency and clarity regarding the pricing information. This transparent approach allows you to have a clear understanding of the expenses associated with the floor sealing services and ensures that there are no surprises along the way.

When measuring the size of an area for floor sealing services, it is typically done by measuring each section individually. The process involves multiplying the width by the length of each section to calculate the area. For example, if a room has dimensions of 3 meters in length and 2 meters in width, the total area can be determined by multiplying 3 meters by 2 meters, resulting in a total of 6 square meters. This method ensures accurate measurement and calculation of the area size for proper pricing and service planning.

Tile Cleaning provides assistance with moving furniture during the floor sealing process. Their team of dedicated technicians is available to help with the relocation of furniture items that can be reasonably managed by one person, such as those with wheels or lightweight furniture like tables and chairs. However, it is important to keep in mind that while Tile Cleaning takes precautions to protect your belongings, they cannot be held responsible for any damages that may occur during the furniture moving process. To ensure the safety of valuable or fragile items, it is recommended to either relocate them to a secure area or properly secure them before the technicians arrive. By taking these necessary precautions, you can help ensure the safety of your furniture and minimize the risk of potential damage while the floor sealing process is being carried out.

To prepare for your floor sealing appointment, it is important to take necessary precautions. One crucial step is clearing the floor area by removing all furniture and items. This ensures a clean and unobstructed space for the professionals to efficiently carry out the sealing process. By ensuring that the floor is free from any objects, you can help facilitate a smooth and effective floor sealing experience. This preparation allows the technicians to access all areas of the floor and ensures optimal results in the sealing process.

We Cover All Suburbs within 100km range from Gold Coast CBD

For a complete list of Gold Coast suburbs we cover, please check the list below:

  • Advancetown
  • Alberton
  • Arundel
  • Ashmore
  • Austinville
  • Benowa
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