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  1. LTP Solvex | Caustic vs Non-Caustic Strippers

    LTP SOLVEX High Performance Remover a powerful non-caustic stripper LTP Solvex | Caustic vs Non-Caustic Strippers What is the difference between caustic and non-caustic strippers? LTP Solvex may help you understand and make it look effortless. In this blog, we will explain the difference between these two types of strippers and which type may be best for you.  Continue reading →
  2. LTP Antique Wax | Why Wax Your Surface?

    LTP Antique Wax sitting on natural stone in the sun garden LTP Antique Wax | Why Should You Wax Your Surface? Ever wondered why you should wax your floor? That's why we are here with LTP Antique Wax to give you the necessary information that you need! When researching you can be hit with very conflicting information at first, so we recommend reading our blog on LTP Clear Wax also. Continue reading →
  3. Faber A2 Mix: Restore Shine to Dull Marble

    Faber A2 Mix: Restore Shine to Dull MarbleFaber A2 Mix travertine marble polishing powder formula polishing marble No matter the cost, even the most brilliant marble and lime-based surfaces eventually lose their shine. Soon after their installation, marble becomes dull and falls victim to water damage. To prevent this damage and restore shine to dull marble, you need Faber A2 Mix and this article will tell you why.  Continue reading →
  4. LTP Grimex | Why Clean Grime?

    LTP Grimex bottles on a black, tiled shelf in a bathroom LTP Grimex | Why Is It Important To Clean Grime? Have you ever wondered why it is so important to clean grime? LTP Grimex may help you understand and make it look effortless. In this blog, we will tell you the importance of tile grout and how to remove this dirt and grime, the right way. Continue reading →
  5. LTP Clear Wax | Polishing vs Waxing

    A tin of LTP Clear Wax with application tools in a corridor, lit up with bright blue and orange lighting LTP Clear Wax | Polishing vs Waxing When researching whether to polish or wax your surface, you can be hit with very conflicting information at first. That’s why, in this blog, we are going to give you the necessary information that you need! Wax or Polish? With LTP Clear wax. Continue reading →
  6. Faber A3 Yellow - Lime and Marble Polishing Powder

    Faber A3 Yellow - High-Performance Polishing Powder: For Lime and Marble-based surfaces Faber A3 Yellow                             After installation, stone surfaces often appear dull and have no shine. An effective polishing powder indefinitely erases this appearance and leaves a brilliant shine on any surface. Unpolished surfaces are more vulnerable to water damage and high levels of traffic. Although, surfaces become both more durable and liquid-resistant after treatment. This prevents both minor and major damage, damage that may call for replacement. Polishing surfaces also help to keep them clean. If you want all this and more, start using Faber A3 Yellow today.  Continue reading →
  7. LTP Ironwax | Why Surface Sealers?

    LTP Iroxwax bottles on stone wall next to a yellow bucket with a forest background LTP Ironwax | Why Surface Sealers? When researching into protecting your stone surface, sealing and impregnating are often confused. We have already covered impregnators following our blog on LTP Mattstone. Today we wanted to share with you why you should be using surface sealers to protect your stone patio or surface, plus one of the best impregnating sealers you can use - LTP Ironwax.  Continue reading →
  8. LTP Waxwash | Is Aftercare Important?

    LTP Waxwash 5-litre and 1-litre bottles on natural stone surface LTP Waxwash | Is Aftercare Really That Important? Every natural stone is porous with different levels of porosity. So, your stone surface will still become more vulnerable to spills and marks over time, even when sealed. To get the best out of your natural stone surface, particular maintenance needs to be kept on a semi-regular basis. In this blog, we will go through the importance of aftercare and one of the best cleaners we have found - LTP Waxwash. Continue reading →
  9. 6 reasons why you should use Faber Soap!

    6 reasons why you should be cleaning stone surfaces with Faber Soap! Faber Soap Faber Tile & Stone Care has been leading surface care technology since the 1980s and since then have had time to gain an extraordinary understanding of floor and wall treatments. Nearly 40 years of design, creation and testing means you can expect all 250+ products sold by Faber to be nothing but top quality and Faber Soap is no exception. For a new, reliable stone cleaner that is effective on a range of surfaces look no further than Faber Soap. Here are six reasons why you should be using Faber Soap to clean natural stone surfaces.  Continue reading →

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