Cleaning Victorian Tiled Floors

We specialise in the cleaning of Victorian and Edwardian tiled hallways, porches and vestibules using our own custom made cleaning products which are tough of dirt but kind to your floors. Our specialised machinery further enhances the cleaning process to a level which is far beyond the competition. We can strip years of dirt and debris from your period floors in a safe and environmentally way, drawing out the tiles natural colours, charisma and charm.

All of our cleaning chemicals are produced to the very highest standards and comply with the latest European regulations for biodegradability and environmental impact. As a result they are very low fume and pleasant to work around, that way your home doesn’t smell of strong chemicals.

Once your floor is thoroughly cleaned, you would like to keep it that way. That is why we seal and polish your floor. By sealing your Victorian tiles we are helping to prevent further staining and ingraining of dirt. The final finish of a polish is there simply as a protective barrier between your tiles and the outside world; a sacrificial coating so to speak. The polish also makes for easier maintenance and cleaning, all of our polishes are non-slip and extremely hard wearing.

We aim to clean, seal and polish the average floor in a day, so you have to put up with very little disruption.

2 Responses

  1. Martin Dingle
    Martin Dingle · March 15, 2010 at 00:05:26 ·

    Hi,

    I have got the EXACT same floor as the one in the above clip (shown on your website from Hednesford, Staffordshire). I am based in Hammerwich in Staffordshire so only just down the road. I purchased my floor tiles from a house in Bromsgrove in the West Midlands; a couple were laying laminate flooring and were selling off their tile floor. Each tile was carefully removed and i currently have about 10 large bags of tiles, which now require a thorough cleaning, any remaining tile adhesive/grout removing, and then the tiles re-laying in my hallway. I am wondering what is the best way to clean each individual tile, and general hints or tips. What product would you suggest as i do not want to harm or damage the tiles/colours etc… many appear to be splashed with paint and plaster. Also advice on tile adhesive and gouting would be appreciated. Once the tiles have been relaid they will require a thorough cleaning and sealing, so I was wondering whether this would be something you could do for me?

    I have pictures of the tiles laid in their original setting if this helps?

    Looking forwards to your reply.

    Best regards,

    Martin.

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