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If you want to know how to clean stone, there are a few factors to consider. The following are tips for cleaning tiles. Firstly, when using Tile Cleaner is it essential to establish what stone tiles are being cleaned as different stones have different requirements. Stones with a high calcium content can be sensitive to chemicals, this includes stone groups such as travertine and limestone. These types of stone may also need sealing. Be sure to remove any spillages from these stones quickly. The other main variety of stones, like Sandstone, Limestone, Slate & Granite are prominently composed of silica, these types of stones are generally less reactive to chemicals. Before using a cleaning product on the whole floor test on a small corner first. Once it has been established which cleaning product to use and it has been tested on a small area, dilute the detergent, generally in a ratio of 1:5 and apply with a sponge or a long-handled squeegee. If the area is extremely dirty use a stronger dilution. Allow the product to work for 10 to 20 minutes and scrub away any ingrained dirt. Once the floor has been cleaned wipe up any residue and rinse with clean water.