MEXICAN TILE RENEW PROJECT IN SARASOTA NEAR RINGLING MUSEUM WHERE RUBBER PAD UNDER AREA RUG HAD RUINED THE TILE FLOOR

Tuesday, July 3, 2018

MEXICAN TILE RENEW PROJECT IN SARASOTA NEAR RINGLING MUSEUM WHERE RUBBER PAD UNDER AREA RUG HAD RUINED THE TILE FLOOR. CALL VEL AT 941-926-7444

MEXICAN TILE RENEW PROJECT IN SARASOTA NEAR RINGLING MUSEUM WHERE RUBBER PAD UNDER AREA RUG HAD RUINED THE TILE FLOOR. CALL VEL AT 941-926-7444

MEXICAN TILE RENEW PROJECT IN SARASOTA NEAR RINGLING MUSEUM WHERE RUBBER PAD UNDER AREA RUG HAD RUINED THE TILE FLOOR. CALL VEL AT 941-926-7444

DO NOT USE RUBBER PADS UNDER CARPET ON MEXICAN TILE: THE OIL IN THE RUBBER PADDING WILL EAT IT’S WAY INTO THE FACE OF THE MEXICAN TILE AND LEAVE SMALL BLACK DOTS IN THE FINISH. CALL VEL AT 941-926-7444

Degraded non-slip liner adhering to glaze

DO NOT USE RUBBER PADS UNDER AREA RUGS ON MEXICAN TILE:
Under adverse conditions, after strong flooring strippers have been used, it may sometimes be necessary to sand old Mexican tiles that have Mex-Seal embedded in the tile and/or black/white dots from a rubber pad embedded in the tile, an oscillating hand held sander is used and does not mark the tile with any circles. A simple sanding will take care of the problem seen above using a small oscillating sander, oscillating sanders are easy to control, you can use them to round edges, sand inside corners as well as smooth a flat or rough surface. If stain appears near the surface of sealed clay, gently try sanding away stain. Follow this step by cleaning and re-sealing with a sealer that will color enhance, see http://www.saltillotileconnection.com/care-and-maintenance/caring-for-it/

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