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What If The Antique Brick Is Dirty?
- Apr 09, 2018 -

Specialized cleaners can be used to clean antique tile stains. If the brick surface is difficult to remove stubborn stains, use acid or alkali water, organic solvents and other cleaning agents to remove the brick surface stains, but the cleaner will be brick surface erosion, it is recommended that you must make a quick fix, timely wipe clean And maintenance.

In many tile categories, the cleaning methods are not the same because of the different characteristics of various tiles. Then how should the antique bricks in the home be dirty? Because the patterns and bumps of the antique bricks are not as smooth as ordinary bricks, the antique bricks are easy to hide. Under normal circumstances, use soapy water or detergent to clean (can be brushed with a scrub brush) and then washed with water, wipe with a dry cloth on it. If it is paint or something that is difficult to clean, it must be treated with a cleaner that specializes in cleaning antique tiles.

In fact, there are many ways to clean antique tiles. The following is a brief introduction for you.

The most straightforward is to clean rustic tiles with water and standard neutral detergents. Soap water plus a small amount of ammonia, the tiles can shine bright and shiny; linseed oil plus turpentine, can go to the tile stains, but also to maintain a good tile finish.

Specialized cleaners can be used to clean antique tile stains. If the brick surface is difficult to remove stubborn stains, use acid or alkali water, organic solvents and other cleaning agents to remove the brick surface stains, but the cleaner will be brick surface erosion, it is recommended that you must make a quick fix, timely wipe clean And maintenance.

In addition, you can use toothpicks, brushes, etc. to clean and maintain antique tiles. For scratches on the brick surface, apply toothpaste to the scratches and wipe it with a soft dry cloth. In addition, you can use the decontamination paste for the treatment of brick seams, use a toothpick to clean the crevices with a little decontamination paste, and then use a brush to apply a water repellent. This will not only prevent water seepage but also prevent mold growth.

Choose to wax antique tiles. Regularly waxing antique tiles for lasting maintenance, with intervals of 2-3 months. Waxing the floor is like rubbing the floor. Just wipe the rag with wax and wax, not too much, and then wipe the ground. Wipe one by one, no wax wax, wipe off the dirty wax at any time until the ground is completely clean. According to this method will not spend.

According to different stain media there are different ways.

Plastic hammer printing decontamination method of use: first use 20% -40% sodium hydroxide solution soaked for 24 hours, wipe with a cloth, and then use 30% -50% hydrochloric acid solution for 30 minutes and wipe with a cloth net.

Tea stains, fruit stains, coffee, sauce vinegar, leather shoes, and other stains using sodium hypochlorite dilution (bleach), use cloth soaked for 20-30 minutes. Some stains that seep into a brick for a long time can take several hours to soak.

Use hydrochloric acid or phosphoric acid solution for cement, scale, rust, and rust.

Ink and anti-fouling wax moldy molds were formed using sodium hypochlorite diluent (bleach). When used, simply wipe the bleach for a few minutes and wipe it clean.

Paint, oil, oily marker, surface antifouling wax layer Use alkaline cleaners or organic solvents (and 5-keto, triethylene) to remove oil stains.

The above method is still very good.

All kinds of glue can be removed with banana water. Pure banana water is a colorless, transparent and volatile liquid. It has a stronger banana odor, is slightly soluble in water, can dissolve in various organic solvents, and is flammable. It is mainly used as a solvent for painting. And thinner. Who can guarantee the cleanliness of the protective tiles every day? Dear friends, if you accidentally put the stains on the tiles, you can use the above method to clean, and you also a nice and tidy home!


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