Green Algae growth on outdoor surfaces is a problem for homeowners throughout the UK. Find out here all you need to know about green algae, why you have it on your patio, how to remove it, and how to prevent it returning
How to Clean a Natural Stone Floor?
Using the right stone floor cleaner will seriously help keeping your stone floor looking great!
If you are lucky enough to have a home with stone floors, or if you are about to install them you are very fortunate. They are a serious lifetime purchase, as they will outlive you! The natural qualities of your stone floor will develop over the years as the surface takes on its own patina, through wear.
Our customers are advised at the outset how to get the best from their new stone floor. We advise that new stone floors should be sealed with Rob Parkers Best Colour Enhancing Sealer, then regularly cleaned with Rob Parkers Best Floor Cleaner. If you start right, its easy to clean your stone floor and keep it gleaming.
Some owners of existing stone floors have reached out to us because they are failing to keep their stone floors looking as good as they should. They report that their floors have gone dull, and nothing they do seems to improve the floor. Some feel they would rather take them up and replace with something less demanding. When we advise our clean and care regimen they fall in love with their stone floors again! It is possible to rejuvenate an old stone floor using the right products.
We can advise you how to clean a stone floor.
Sometimes blooming occurs around new paving joints. This is usually due to inexperience in using this type of product.
The blooming is a temporary state, and will disappear with weathering. However, sometimes this is not a satisfactory solution
Find out how to remove blooming from around new pointing joints here
Find out here about the importance of sealing granite worktops
How do I protect my marble worktops from damage?
Stoneworld can offer advice on the best way to protect natural marble surfces