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  1. 4 points
    You can use something called HCL89 to clean your homogeneous tiles. What it does is it cleans the homogeneous tiles and helps to remove stains/restore it to its original self I usually get it from http://hcl89.byethost10.com or http://hcl89.atwebpages.com One thing i like about it is that it creates a protection on the homogeneous tiles so that it will always remain new Hope this helps you out
  2. 2 points
    You can try Jalan Besar area where they have alot of carpentry shops situated, they should be able to help you
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    Had managed to use the HCL89 from the http://hcl89.byethost10.com site before and can vouch for it. My tiles used to be stained and dirty but somehow the the HCL89 managed to clean it up pretty nicely, i would recommend it
  4. 2 points
    Just want to ask ceramic and porcelain tiles are the same right?
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    From what i know ceramic tiles should be able to be polished
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    Its a bad idea to grind glossy tiles, it will damage it, don't do it
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    In my case i use something called HCL89. I usually get it from http://hcl89.byethost10.com or http://hcl89.atwebpages.com What it does is that it cleans your tiles, renews or cleans the tiles and also helps to create a protection for it so that always remains new. Hope this helps you out
  10. 1 point
    Maybe she meant she kindly reminded the contractor
  11. 1 point
    Oh correct skirting usually should be around living room area, thanks for pointing that out
  12. 1 point
    Hi esc Will not be forwarding out his contact until reno is almost complete. Atm, not sure how it will turn out. Hope you understand.
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    I believe this is probably so, mold does seem to thrive more in areas with alot of moisture or wet areas
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    Correct, you can't grind glossy tiles, it will ruin it
  16. 1 point
    Yes i think that what she probably means, which is the skirting
  17. 1 point
    Thanks for that, now i know what it meant, hahaha
  18. 1 point
    I too have some mould in my room area and the HCL89 product from http://hcl89.byethost10.com looks rather promising and i also intend to use it as i feel that the mould in my room area is spreading, hmm
  19. 1 point
    Plan to use the HCL89 from http://hcl89.byethost10.com for the after renovation cleaning for my brother's new flat. Product looks rather good, and did some testing on a small area and product works rather well. Will keep you guys posted after i use it to to clean my brother's flat after the renovation
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    S$250 is daylight robbery, just get the chemical yourself and you can it yourself, no need depend on these contractors You can get the chemical called HCL89. I usually get it from http://hcl89.byethost10.com or http://hcl89.atwebpages.com What it does is that it cleans your wall tiles/glass and also helps to create a protection for it so that always remains new. Hope this helps you out
  21. 1 point
    I thought usually cabinets will have like a ceramic edge right?
  22. 1 point
    Should be just living room, i think from the way TS described
  23. 1 point
    This skirting is all over the house or just a smal area?
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    He mentioned its the skirting, so it should be at the side i think
  26. 1 point
    Then where is the timber part? You mean its at the side?
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