For daily cleaning, avoid the use of waxes, oily soaps, fulminic products, and various treatments (water-repellent and oleophobic) on the porcelain product, as the application of this is unnecessary. As is often the case with some detergents on the market, these contain waxes or polishing additives that, after several washes, can leave a bright sheen on the screed. Sometimes, a single drop of a drink such as Coca Cola, water, wine, etc. may be enough to eliminate this sheen, restoring the original appearance of the tile and creating a stain effect in some areas. In these cases, first remove the wax using the wax removers for the waxes applied.
In the case of sheen created by soap, lime, and dirt, however, use an acid detergent diluted in water.
It should be noted that hydrofluoric acid (HF) and its derivatives can irreparably damage porcelain tile. For ordinary cleaning, we recommend using bleach and ammonia, properly diluted in water. For porcelain with a polished surface, we suggest drying the screed in order to avoid visible rings.
For individual and/or especially resistant stains, we suggest using specific detergents. Furthermore, do not forget that it is easier to remove any type of stain when it is still fresh.
It is important to always do a preliminary test before using detergent products, especially on lapped or polished porcelain.
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It is recommended to use the large 6 mm thick boards only for residential and light commercial applications, but always in contexts where there are no concentrated loads or hard wheelbarrows. Apply the adhesive using the double-spread method (colla), to ensure perfect distribution of the glue and guarantee optimum adhesion, preventing the formation of possible gaps that could cause breakage.
This is due to the fact that the tile installation depends to a large extent on the optimal
execution of the tile installation, its complete setting, that the appropriate expansion joints have been respected, as well as that the tile installation has been carried out correctly