We deliver fantastic results and complete makeover of your travertine or marble tile floors with our 8+ Refinishing System aka Seamless Floors. In this blog we will describe and showcase the process step-by-step. Usually there are few more than 8 steps. In the showcased project we have less since we
8+Refinishing System for travertine tile floor from series “Seamless Floors” (Grout removal, lippage removal/seam leveling, grinding, honing, sealing)
BEFORE These travertine floors have multiple issues such as severe tile lippage, dullness, scratches, extensive wear and tear, stains, cracks and holes, and damaged dirty cement-based grout. OLD GROUT REMOVAL (AS DUSTLESS AS POSSIBLE) The first step of our 8+ refinishing systems AKA seamless floor system project is GROUT REMOVAL.
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