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  1. Actually it also depends on the different kinds of tiles as well like for example homogeneous tiles tend to get dirty more easily
  2. Those i think are red granite it will give your house a mediterranean look and feel
  3. I remember using the the HCL89 from http://hcl89.byethost10.com for my timber floor some time ago, it managed to polish my timber floorings like glass it was a rather good product. Good thing i like about it was it actually acted as a sealer and sealed the timber flooring for me which i find important because in a humid weather like ours its always better to seal any natural wood tiles to prevent moisture so that the wood tiles won't age so fast. My 2 cents
  4. I don't think you can do this due to the positioning of the building's drainage system
  5. The wood becomes like that because of moisture, so if you are using wood/homogeneous tiles do use a tile sealer You can seal your tiles by using something called HCL89. I usually get it from http://hcl89.byethost10.com or http://hcl89.atwebpages.com What it does is that it removes any stains as well as polishes your tiles and seals it. The tile sealer is important because it prevents moisture from damaging your tiles in the long run Hope this helps you out
  6. Did that for some track and field medals i had, worked fine
  7. Yes most people seem to do that, it seems as a better solution
  8. Don't mind me to ask what is the reason for this?
  9. You need a washer machine hose socket, it is sold at most hardware shops