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How to clean York Stone floors in Wilsmlow

Case Study

Tile Master Restore York Stone Flags in Wilmslow Knutsford

Location: Wilmslow Stockport, Knutsford

Contractor: Tile Master Knutsford


Surface Treated:

Interior York Stone Kitchen Floor in Knutsford

Job History

This York Stone kitchen floor was laid and installed over 9 years ago. After all the years of use and food spillages, the floor had turned very dark and lost all the natural colour. While the customer had tried using the of the shelf cleaners it still hadn’t made any change. That is when TileMaster Stockport was called and brought all the life back into this beautiful floor and made it look reborn.

Client Requirements

The customer required the following from the contractor

1) The natural look and texture of the tile keeping

2) Removal of all dirt and stains

3) A water proofing sealer to prevent staining.

4) Protection from oil around the oven area

5) A seal that create no shine

Tile Master Specification

TileMaster Number 3 is mixed with water at dilution rate of 1:3, it is applied and agitated with the Conan machine using the Winnex Brush allowing it to enough time to get into all the low spots where heaving soiling had been set, then extracted

Tile Master All in One Water based Sealer is a deep penetration water based sealer offer excellent stain protection against both oil and water. As the whole Kitchen is used everyday by the whole family, the client agreed that oil and water protection was required all over. Leaving the whole area natural and well protected for years to come.


Before & After Pictures



3 thoughts on “How to clean York Stone floors in Wilsmlow”

  1. Caroline Kingdon

    We have smooth York stone in a modern hallway which is dirty and stained. How best could I strip it and seal it myself in these times of staying at home? It was originally sealed with Blockseal Acrylic (water based). I did attempt to strip it with Litholin a few years ago, but the results were not very good and it was hours of work!.

    1. Martin Shelley

      HI Caroline

      many thanks for your comment. Yes we offer 2 products for stripping. 1 is waterbased and the other in a very strong solvent-based stripper.

      For waterbased acrylic, we normally find our Water-based stripper does the job. It is called TM stripper and can be applied down as left for 10 – 15mins to dwell and this will start to break down the current surface sealer. If you want some further advice, please feel free to email us a picture and I can advise better from that.

      Product link for TM stripper

  2. Hi – we have York stone in our hall and study – and I wonder if you could give us a quote for cleaning and re sealing .

    We live in Allostock just outside Knutsford

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