A Spanish style Terracotta floor in Brighton. The homeowners were looking to have the floor cleaned, sealed and re-waxed. They used to so this work themselves, but age was catching up with them.
I started by applying a strong sealer remover to remove old sealer and wax residues. After an hour, I scrubbed the floor with a rotary floor machine to release the softened sealer residues.
Then I roinsed the floor and vacuumed up the slurry. I had to repeat the process a number of times to remove all of the sealer residues.
I left the floor overnight to dry.
I returned and applied a couple of coats of colour enhancing impregnating sealer. Once the sealer dried, I applied a layer of floor wax to give the floor a lovely natural look.
I advised the homeowners on the best way to clean their Terracotta floor to extend the life of the finish.
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