Stoneware tiles – flooring in a range of effects and colours
Sandstone is a sedimentary rock composed of more than 50% debris. After aggregation and cementation of the grains of sand, it turns into a consistent and hard rock. Its grains, made up of silica, may have other compositions.
There is no material to restore as such; instead your floor requires conservation or treatment with a specialist cleaning process.
Why specialist cleaning? Simply because stoneware has porosity sufficient to pose aesthetic problems: It is often too porous to remain untreated yet not sufficiently porous to be penetrated by protective liquids.
Your sandstone floor requires a specific cleaning procedure, combining phases of stripping and treatment and enabling it to remain looking like new while facilitating maintenance and avoiding the build-up of dirt.