Category Archives: Floor Cleaning

Why granite could be the perfect choice for your bathroom

Granite Countertop Chip Repair Restoration and Cleaning in London

Granite’s current (and increasing) popularity is hardly surprising when you consider this natural stone’s timeless elegance, and its blend of practicality and luxury. Interestingly, many people reckon you can’t use this material in a bathroom. But, actually, that’s a misapprehension. So there are a number of reasons why granite could be absolutely right for your […]

Can I use baking soda to clean marble?

Marble Cleaning Restoration Repair London

What is baking soda? You’ll almost certainly have heard of it, but could you define it exactly? Baking soda is the common name for sodium bicarbonate. It’s a salt and a white solid that often appears as a fine powder. However, it’s actually crystalline. It’s also multi-purpose, with uses ranging from tooth whitening to sunburn […]

What are the benefits of granite floors?

Granite Floor Restoration Repair Cleaning London

Granite countertops are a popular choice in the bathroom and kitchen if you’re after an elegant-looking solution for those rooms, but natural stone doesn’t always spring to mind as a flooring material. Yet granite always stands out, due to its large mineral grains which fit closely together. You can even see individual grains with the […]

Use marble to dazzling effect in the bathroom, kitchen and beyond

Marble Restoration Cleaning and Repair in London

With its classic elegance, marble takes the appearance of just about any room to a whole new level. White marble specifically has a clean look that is absolutely timeless. And because it shows up dirt, it’s also easier to keep hygoenic. But if you’re thinking of incorporating this gorgeous natural stone into your home for […]

How to protect your marble every day

Marble Countertop Restoration and Repair London

If you’ve just installed a marble floor, bathroom vanity unit or kitchen worktop, congratulations! You will no doubt love the way you have added a permanent touch of style and elegance to your home. But, as a natural stone, marble certainly isn’t immune to damage, neither does it tend to be an especially cheap material. […]

What should I do if marble chips or cracks?

Marble and Natural Stone Restoration and Repair in London

Few materials top the natural elegance of marble, or add more character, whether you have it as a worktop, floor or fireplace in your home, workplace or a property you’re developing or renting out. People often ask us what they should do if this stone becomes damaged in any way, through cracking or chipping or […]

Considering limestone flooring? Here’s what you need to know

Limestone Restoration and Repair in London

If you’re thinking about a limestone floor for your kitchen or bathroom, you stand to benefit from a hardwearing, good-looking material. It’s also more cost-effective than you may have realised. Here, we offer a few tips about the things to bear in mind before you take the plunge with this sedimentary rock. Think about colour […]

How not to use a pressure washer

Pressure Wash and Steam Jet Wash for Patio and Driveway Cleaning and Brick Cleaning in London

All the signs are that summer could finally be on its way. Hopefully, this year there will be more scope for family and other gatherings than in 2020. And if the nicer weather is a signal for you to clean up and sort out your outdoor area ahead of the warmer days, your timing is […]

Best ways of shifting stains and dirt from concrete!

Concrete Stain Removal London

If you’re trying to shift stains from concrete, it can seem a challenging task. And they can range from paint spills on the garage floor to oil marks on the driveway to mildew anywhere. Why is concrete a particular challenge? There are various reasons why concrete poses specific challenges when it comes to dirt removal. […]

Concrete bathroom floors – what are the pros and cons?

Concrete Floor Restoration and Resurfacing in London

It’s a leading building material used globally, and perhaps more readily associated with ‘brutalist’ architecture. But it’s becoming increasingly popular in interior design, and replacing the traditional materials used in countertops, including natural stone. That includes an area of a place where you perhaps wouldn’t expect to see concrete – the bathroom. These days, this […]