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Impregnation of cement tiles and other natural stone products

Because cement tiles are made from marble powder, these tiles require different maintenance than, for example, ceramic tiles. During and after the installation process, the tiles must be treated with impregnating agents.

The right products should also be used for daily maintenance to prevent and/or remove stains and dirt. For the best possible result, we recommend our own Azule maintenance, cleaning and impregnating agents. These are of course of the best quality. The regular use of our cleaning and maintenance products ensures optimal results and extends the lifespan in a safe way. In our showroom we are happy to explain how the tiles can best be protected so that you can enjoy them for years. Read here (link to P&B Cementtiles) everything about impregnating Portuguese cement tiles and Marocca's.

Cleaning handmade tiles

We have cleaning products for cement tiles, Zelliges, marble and other tiles. Our cleaning agents are durable and specially developed and tested for handmade tiles. Some products are developed and refined by ourselves. So you can count on the very best quality.

Maintaining design tiles

Cement tiles and marble are natural stone tiles and must be maintained with an acid-free agent. We sell an acid-free mop soap that is extremely suitable for Portuguese tiles and offers very good protection during daily use. Portuguese cement tiles should be mopped at least every 2 weeks with mop soap, green soap or another gentle soap without harsh or caustic ingredients. We also have sustainable tile soap that you can use to clean all other tiles. [You can find the different products here]

Prevent stains on your tiles!

Acidic agents are not good for Portuguese tiles. Be careful with products such as chlorine, vinegar, all-purpose cleaner and other strongly acidic agents. Once they come into contact with cement tiles, they can damage the surface and leave unsightly stains. Also be careful with fruit juice, wine or very fatty products such as oil, butter or mayonnaise. Oily products leave behind a grease stain that is difficult to remove. If the floor is properly impregnated and it is maintained weekly with mop soap, a protective layer is created on the tiles, so that external influences have virtually no chance. In case of pollution, it is smart to remove this immediately so that it cannot (or minimally) withdraw. Do you have questions about impregnating or treating cement or other tiles? Please feel free to contact us.

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