Efflorescence Removal

from natural stone, tiles and grout.

 

Contact Our Sales Team Steve 021665713 or Donovan 021792498 or Niki 021792486

Efflorescence is an unsightly, white powdery material, that ruins the beauty and elegance of a once attractive and clean surface.

                      

In extreme cases the efflorescence can obscure the surface and the crystallisation can cause erosion and pitting.

The surface may become clean after a number of months or years in the outdoors. Understandably, not everyone wants to wait that long. Since first impressions are always lasting, it’s worth preventing efflorescence problems from the start.

As you may probably have already encountered when utilising harmful chemicals and so called quick fix products, just washing the efflorescence off the surface usually starts an almost endless cycle of more efflorescence rising to the surface. After only a few days the surface is as powdery as before.

                              

The art of professionally removing efflorescence is using the right product and the right technique or methodology. Our experts will select the correct product for the task it must perform for the particular type of stone and will employ the right methodology after taking into account drainage, and location (internal and external).

Lustre efflorescence remover is a custom tailored solution that ensures efflorescence is removed without damaging the material.
The next step is to minimise efflorescence this is achieved by utilising state of the art technology that is used in NASA and military installations such as nano and fibre penetrating sealer technology which changes the characteristics of the material which greatly reduces water uptake.

                                    

For more information about this service contact us to make a no obligation appointment. To ensure the best possible standard of customer satisfaction and communication our specialists meet personally on site with every client to formally assess their needs in the first instance and develop an itemized proposal and quotation detailing the recommended procedure.