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Reducing Greenhouse Gas is Not About Fuel Type – guest post

by Robert Ekstein April 2020 The manufacture of ceramic and porcelain products require energy from natural gas or electric generators. In either case, the reliability of energy being supplied is key to the survival of the industry. Given the chaotic state of the global debate on energy and the challenges of climate change, I have included here this recent blog …

Tile Cleaning and Remove Depilation Wax and Other Tips

Tile Cleaning – How to Remove Depilation Wax and Other Tips Tile Cleaning Tips – just for starters Hair removal wax; this can be removed with heat – used really hot water for you mop – let the wet mop sit on the wax for a few seconds, then removed. You can also pour on a little hot water at …

Cleaning Tile Grout

Ever wondered how to clean the grout fill in the joints between your tiles? Ceramic or porcelain tile joints, filled with either cement based or resin based grout usually discolours without the appropriate cleaning method. The most common causes of the discolouration are; Unfortunately the average soap based cleaner is also the source of the scum build up. The best …

Tile Cleaning And Sealing Guide

Tile Cleaning Tips – just for starters Tile Cleaning, or just Living With Tiles So you’ve bought a tile. It looks durable, it feels durable. If they are new tiles probably look clean, impervious and durable. You love your tiles because the surface looks hygienic and easy to clean, the design and colour is just great and they are so …

Cleaning Porcelain Tile

Porcelain Tile Cleaning Tips – Living with Polished Porcelain – mineral turpentine, water marks, paints and dyes   Cleaning porcelain tile issues relate mostly to polished, semi polished or honed porcelain tiles.     Note that although porcelain has a very low porosity and low stain absorption, when the surface is altered by polishing or mechanical finishing, as is often …