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Need Help On My Homogeneous Tiles :(:(

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I have a few patches of harsh stains on my polished / NEW homogeneous tiles on my kitchen floor

Is there a solution to remove it

You can clean the tile using some 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 wall tiles and also helps

to create a protection for it so that always remains new.

Hope this helps you out :)

 

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Feedback on using HCL89

I used it on my homogeneous tiles ruined by bleach. Unfortunately, it didn't work. However, it helps to make the grout lines white.

 
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My ID contractor just completed laying homogenous tiles and after checking found more then half of them have scratches. Is this normal?

hmmmm..... i think is unnormal... by right is shinning. Bz homogeneous tiles is can polish tiles, so that must be shinning... not ceramic!

 

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Actually it is shining but with many scratches. Most likely his workers scratched it while laying the tiles. From photo I see there are protection sheets on the newly laid tiles but mine is missing.

 

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