Slate floor tiles are attractive and timeless, and because of the long-term strength and durability that it maintains, has increased in their popularity in homes.

The slate is an ideal floor for kitchens and bathrooms, as well as other living spaces, and can significantly improve the appearance of a home considerably. You can also do Balcony renovation with stone carpet (which is also called ‘ Balkonsanierung mit Steinteppich’ in German). 

While slate tiles arrive in many variations, they can be suitable for both traditional and contemporary houses.

Once your slate floor is placed and sealed, these tips will help prevent your beautiful floor in search of smile and life;

  • Use a dust mop based on good quality, not based on oil.

  • Dry soil energy every day to eliminate surface debris and grain to avoid scratching the soil surface

  • Avoid remote rugs by rubber when rubber can stick to slate and cause damage.

  • Use a soft brush attachment when vacuuming slate floors to avoid scratching the surface

  • Try not to walk on stone floors with shoes to avoid unnecessary scratches

  • Follow the maintenance advice given by your stone floor professional – they know what they are talking about!

  • Use a mild detergent when cleaning your slate floor and preferably that has been recommended by a professional

Remove stains;

  • First, wipe the stain with a paper towel or a soft cloth – if your slate tile has been properly sealed, the spill must sit on the tile, give you enough time to wipe it.

  • Use a hand scrubbing brush with nylon or other non-metallic hair. Use a small amount of water and detergent to rub the area and rinse.

  • The floor must be left to dry air. Prevent anyone from walking on the area during drying.