Mexican Tile Renew Project of 14 Year Old Flooring in Home in Boca Grande on Gasparilla Island in Southwest Florida.

Saturday, December 24, 2016

Mexican Tile Renew Project of 14 Year Old Flooring in Home in Boca Grande on Gasparilla Island in Southwest Florida. Since Mexican tiles are handcrafted each tile is unique, uneven surfaces and not all sides are square so Mexican tile always ends up with a very wide grout joint sometimes up to 1″ inch wide.

Mexican Tile Renew Project of 14 Year Old Flooring in Home in Boca Grande on Gasparilla Island in Southwest Florida. since the grout joints of Mexican tile are so wide it is recommended to use a darker color, if lighter colors are used it is highly recommended to keep the joints clean and sealed to avoid staining of the light grout color.

Mexican Tile Renew Project of 14 Year Old Flooring in Home in Boca Grande on Gasparilla Island in Southwest Florida. In most cases it is recommended to have your Mexican tile flooring stripped, cleaned and resealed every 8 to 10 years as eventually the applied sealer becomes firth and unable to keep clean.

Mexican Tile Renew Project of 14 Year Old Flooring in Home in Boca Grande on Gasparilla Island in Southwest Florida. Mexican Tile’s natural, warm colors and durability make it a popular choice for informal rooms, such as the kitchen and sunroom. Even a properly sealed floor eventually acquires layers of soil from foot traffic and frequent spills. Where the sealer has worn away or was never applied, the porous tile holds the dirt deeper than normal household cleaners and mops can reach. Dirt and stains are ground into waxes and acrylic coatings.

MEXICAN TILE RENEW: Clean Mexican-Saltillo Tile |Seal Mexican-Saltillo Tile |Restore Mexican Tile Sarasota Fl. Mexican Tile Renew For Over 22 Years (941) 926-7444, Sarasota, FL 34233   http://www.mexicantilerenew.com

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