Cleaning the marble floors
Despite its many advantages, marble is a very porous and non-waterproof material , therefore it tends to easily absorb dirt stains which consequently are particularly difficult to clean construction clean up in Asheville.
To clean marble floors, we strongly advise against the use of aggressive products that have a high content of chemical agents or acid pH detergents as they would damage the brightness of the marble.
For the daily cleaning of marble you can use very delicate detergents, such as Marseille soap, or a specific detergent to be diluted in water.
To clean stubborn stains, you can use a do-it-yourself remedy by dissolving wet chalk in a little water to create a creamy compound to be applied to the surface to be treated.
Finally, to keep the floor shiny , you can clean the floors with the floor polisher.
Clean the terracotta floors
Terracotta is a very porous and not very waterproof material and this could make the cleaning process difficult.
The cleaning of terracotta floors must be carried out periodically using natural or delicate and low foaming detergents.
The optimal solution to clean this material is to dilute a glass of white vinegar or a few flakes of Marseille soap in at least one liter of warm water.
If you need to remove stubborn stains from the surface, we suggest you leave the baking soda on the area to be treated for a few minutes. As soon as the stain is removed, you will need to dry the area quickly to prevent a halo forming on the floor.
To maintain the gloss of the terracotta, you can treat the floor with a special wax.
Cleaning ceramic floors
Ceramic floors are the easiest to clean as the enamel layer with which they are coated makes them waterproof and non-porous.
However, it is good to observe some precautions to protect the floor from some damage that could be caused by abrasive objects.
The most effective products for cleaning any type of ceramic floor are the least aggressive, so it is always better to choose professional detergents for ceramic floors.