The homeowner had tried a number of times to clean the floor, but could not emove the ingrained soil.
I deep cleaned the Travertine using a rotary scrubbing machine and Travertine cleaners.
Then pressure-rinsed the floor to help remove soil that the scrubbing machine could not remove.
I filled the holes with a strong, colour matched grout. I left the floor overnight for the floor and the grout to dry. I sealed the Travertine with several layers of film-forming sealer.
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