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Help! My Glossy Homogenous Tiles Are Now Matted...

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On 07/11/2015 at 8:03 AM, BenBernanke said:

Maybe its those unabrasive polishing?

There is 2 kinds of polishing right? I remember reading about it somewhere before actually

 
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On 08/09/2015 at 5:14 AM, MrKangTeo said:

Yes i think so, thats why avoid the blue/brown bottle sold at ntuc

Agreed avoid the blue/brown bottle sold at ntuc, it has a bleaching agent inside, cannot be used on glossy tiles, will make them matt

 
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found some solutions online,

http://www.howtocleanstuff.net/how-to-remove-acid-stains-from-marble/

1. baking soda

for fresh stain,apply generously on the stain and wait a couple of minutes. DO NOT rub too hard as it may damaged the tiles.

2. baking soda paste

for more stubborn stain. more powder less water. same application as using powder. repeat if needed.

3. ammonium solution (10%)

for old and stubborn stain. mix ammonium powder with water and spray onto the stain. wait couple min before cleaning off with warm water.

 

marble and tiles are both porous so maybe will work? anyone tried before?

 

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On 11/15/2017 at 1:00 AM, MrKangTeo said:

I think those non abrasive polishing is meant for those tiles that are glossy or marble like

Then the other type of polishing is for those harder materials like granite i presume?

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