Faber Tile Cream 5L
Bring Back The Shine To Your Surfaces With The Faber Tile Cream
Tiles- from ceramics to porcelain, make a beautiful addition to any space. However, though the material itself is resilient, it can still get scratched or marred. These blemishes ruin that elegance, and can be caused by a myriad of issues. These can range from heavy items being dragged across the surface- like during those occasions when the furniture is being arranged, and it gets pushed instead of being lifted and carried, cases of grit being ground against the surface of the floor as people walk about, all though to pets whose sharp claws can cause unsightly scratches as they run around the place. Don’t worry- you can easily repair this light damage, just as long as you have the right product and tools for the task. Dulling is attributed to the effects of daily wear. From the foot traffic handled by the floor, to the abrasive action during the regular scrubbing to get rid of those dirt spots that are adhering to the surface over time, the lustre fades. This doesn’t necessitate a complete refinishing of the surface. You can save on the costs and time incurred by quickly rectifying the situation with the Faber Tile Cream.
This water-based cream comes with an ultra-fine abrasive effect onto the surface, which gives it a wide array of applications. For instance, you can use it to restore the floors where there are small scratches and slight scuff marks that have been formed. Do you have polished quartz surfaces which are losing their appeal due to being worn down by foot traffic? With this formulation, you will be able to restore their glamour. You can also turn to the Faber Tile Cream when there are areas that have been discoloured and you want a quick fix instead of overhauling the entire finish and replacing it. For instance, when working on the porcelain ceramic surfaces that have lost their shine as a result of foot traffic, you will be able to easily restore it, bringing back that original colouration. Speaking of which, the Faber Tile Cream also comes in handy when you want to remove surface treatments without altering the original look and feel of the surface being worked on. It also comes in during the polishing stages where you’re preparing the surface for specific finishes, and you want to reduce your workload by replacing the light mechanical polishing processes.
The Faber Tile Cream also comes with protective attributes. It forms a surface seal of the area being treated, increasing its resistance to dirt- which is particularly beneficial due to the amount of soiling that can be tracked into the building under peoples shoes. Whether you’re dealing with ceramic floors, porcelain surfaces or textured stoneware, the dirt resistance performance will enable you to reduce the workload that will be involved with the cleaning. For the textured stoneware, the Faber Tile Cream specifically softens that excessive roughness. When it comes to maintaining surfaces treated with the Faber Tile Cream, you can use the AlgaFloor formulation for the routine cleaning, and also the Faber 30 or the Deterfug depending on the level of soiling involved.
This is a versatile unit, being applicable on both indoor and outdoor surfaces. You can use it on the different kinds of porcelain stoneware- be it natural, polished, lapped or textured. It also works on the quartz-resin agglomerate.
Floor Restoration Made Easy
The Faber Tile Cream has been formulated to be easy to work with. Simply pour the product onto the surface, add some water to the cream, and proceed to work it into the floor using a single disc machine. After you have obtained the desired result vacuum, up the residue, rinse the surface, and you’re good to go. There are a couple of issues to note:
Firstly, while you can work on the whole surface at a go if desired, it is recommended that you instead work on small sections at a time, like 2m² of surface.
When it comes to the amount of product to use, 2/3 spoons of the Faber Tile Cream will be sufficient for the 2m² area.
For the water being added to the cream, you can use one spoon of it for each spoonful of cream as a rough estimate. However, you should ensure that the creamy consistency is maintained throughout the application. In this regard, if the product begins drying, you can gradually add more water to it.
The single disc machine that is used for the process should be set to operate at 150 - 200 rpm. Make an equal number of passes over each section for uniformity, as the goal is to evenly apply the cream. Generally, 15 to 25 passes will be enough to bring back that surface shine and restore areas affected by scratches and discolouration.
When you want to assess the process of the operation, you can remove a small area of the Faber Tile Cream with a squeegee mop or other similar tool and check the surface finish.
After the water used for the rinsing dries off, no further waiting time is required. The floor can be opened up to use, and foot traffic allowed back onto it.
Extra Tips To Get The Most Out Of The Faber Tile Cream
Give the bottle a good shake before using the product.
Ensure that the floor has been thoroughly cleaned, getting rid of dust and dirt spots, dander, plus greasy residue that would otherwise negatively affect the desired quality of results.
Surface temperature factors into the task. Here, the floor should not be overly heated. Rather, its temperature should be between 5°C and 40°C.
Testing out the cream on a small hidden area or an unused tile will enable you to determine the suitability of the product for the task.
In case you’re treating a surface that has been newly installed or grouted, first allow the adhesives and grout that have been used to fully dry and cure before applying the Faber Tile Cream