This sandstone floor in St. Helens, had been laid to match the sandstone on the surrounding patio area. The client specified a red grout to contrast with the Grey sandstone.
The installers got grout on their fingers and left grout marks on the surface of the tiles.
The homeowner had used strong brick acid-based cleaner to remove the sealer, but the acid made the sealer opaque over most of the floor.
First I removed all the grout residues using a diamond rotary sander. This particular sealer is difficult to remove. However, after two days, I had removed all traces of the sealer.
Finally I re-applied the sealer to give a uniform finish.
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