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  • The Most Often Overlooked Aspect of Bathroom Remodeling – YOUR FLOOR

    The Most Often Overlooked Aspect of Bathroom Remodeling – YOUR FLOOR

    One of the most often overlooked aspect of bathroom remodeling is the floor- other than matching wall and tile colors. What most people often do not realize is that they can change the color of their grout without the mess, dust and delay of cutting it out or replacing the floor. COLORSEAL applies a durable […]

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    Its not YOU, or your CLEANER, it may be your FLOOR…

    We can Help More than 25 years ago, a senior executive for one of the largest chemical companies in the world directed his team of PHD Chemists to solve his biggest problem.  It wasn’t related to running the business, but actually keeping peace at home.  His wife wanted to know why their marble floors rarely […]

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    Does Your Grout Look Dull? Is Frustration Setting In?

    Here’s How To Get It Back To Uniform… GUIDE TO BETTER GROUT CLEANING – It takes more than effort to get grout clean.  One must first understand whether you are dealing with dirt or stains, a sealed or unsealed surface, or whether a damaging cleaner has given you a non-uniform appearance.  If you are not […]

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    How To Properly Clean Travertine Floors And Avoid Long Term Damage

    What Is Travertine Flooring If you have a travertine floor, you share something in common with many Romans where it appears in the Coleseum.  Here in North America, it is a popular flooring for high end homes, and sees particular favor in beach side communities where a matte, semi-gloss finish on a sandy color appearance […]

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    Keeping Granite Counters Beautiful

    It may be as hard as “granite”, but it still requires some TLC to look its best.  Cleaning, sealing and common sense can go a long way to keeping your granite looking great.  Once one commits to caring for this value-added surface you are half way there. Think of your granite counter like a car.  […]

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    But I sealed my grout?

    Dirty Grout, Vinegar and the mother of all myths. You did everything right.  You picked a beautiful grout color that accents your finishes and looked clean. You clean it regularly and it just gets worse. You have had it professionally cleaned… but the dirty grout comes back. You will be surprised how many new homeowners are […]

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    A Better Way To Clean Your Marble Or Travertine Floor

    The use of a traditional mop and bucket is the primary cause of dirty floor grout. This also contributes to the spread of bacteria and viruses. Since mops don’t really get cleaned, they harbor bacteria and viruses that you then spread all over the floors.   When attempting to clean with a mop you are […]

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    WOW! Look at the clarity and the detail in the reflection.

    Over time even the most well kept marble floor will get dull and hazy. In the picture on the left it is very obvious that this floor has had many years of neglect and spills. The spills caused the etching (to the right of the floor vent) and haziness on the surface. All of that […]

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    Did you know that your floor cleaner can impact the slip safety of your floors?

    As a floor service provider, slip safety is a consideration on each of our services and products.  Slip safety is one of the most mis-understood and myth filled subjects.  For example, the notion that a glossy floor is by definition slippery is indeed a misnomer.  It is true that a wet or oil covered floor […]

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    NEW Grout And Restoration Could Change Everything

    Over time even the most well kept marble floor will get dull and hazy. In the picture on the left it is very obvious that this floor has had many years of neglect and spills. The spills caused the etching (to the right of the floor vent) and haziness on the surface. All of that […]

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