‘Mexican Tile Renew’ Sarasota Fl We Make Like New Your Saltillo Tile Floors, The Good, The Bad and Just Plain Ugly Ones.

Tuesday, October 22, 2019

CLICK ON IMAGE ABOVE TO ENLARGE PHOTOS. ‘Mexican Tile Renew’ Sarasota Fl We Make Like New Your Saltillo Tile Floors, The Good, The Bad, and Just Plain Ugly Ones. We have been refinishing Mexican Tile floors in South West Florida since 1995.
CLICK ON IMAGE ABOVE TO ENLARGE PHOTOS. Saltillo tile is a type of terra-cotta tile that originates in Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico. Saltillo tiles are made from clay found in the Northern Mexico area. Saltillo-type tiles are now manufactured at many places in Mexico, and high-fire “Saltillo look” tiles, many from Italy, compete with the terra-cotta originals.

The red clay is formed into Mexican tiles, dried in the sun and then fired in kilns, the newly formed Mexican tile can range in color from yellow to red with many tiles having a mixture of those colors. The Saltillo-Mexican tiles are left to dry outside, they sometimes will have the footprint of a dog or a chicken, they remain cool and comfortable in the summer.
CLICK ON IMAGE ABOVE TO ENLARGE PHOTOS. Because Mexican tiles tend to be softer than ceramic tile, they do need to be sealed and properly maintained. These tiles have been made in Mexico and the Southwest for hundreds of years and remain in many public places.

CLICK ON IMAGE ABOVE TO ENLARGE PHOTOS. Saltillo tile is highly porous, and soaks in liquid easily. Unlike most ceramic tile, there is no glaze on the top surface of the tile. It is difficult to install as it absorbs water from the thin-set mortar, grout, grease pencils, etc. Once placed, it stains and scuffs easily if not properly sealed and maintained with a quality sealant.

CLICK ON IMAGE ABOVE TO ENLARGE PHOTOS. A penetrating sealant will maintain the natural look of the Saltillo-Mexican tile. You should periodically test the seal by putting a few drops of water on the tile in various places. If the water is absorbed, then another coat of sealant should be applied. Other surface sealants may give the tile a shiny appearance. 
CLICK ON IMAGE ABOVE TO ENLARGE PHOTOS. As the Saltilo-Mexican tile loses its shine, another coat is applied on top of the old sealant. If the finish becomes too worn, dirty or uneven, it can be stripped and a new coat applied. However, this option is very labor-intensive. Additionally, another coat of sealant can be used on both the saltillo tile and grout. A professional with experience in Saltillo will charge $2.50 to $6.00 per square foot for installation, depending on your locale.

CLICK ON IMAGE ABOVE TO ENLARGE PHOTOS. Saltillo tile may be sealed with multiple coats of acrylic sealer, the film will build an even protective film and gloss that may repel water, oil, grease, and efflorescence. A quality acrylic sealant should be used as it will be easy to apply, non-yellowing and long-lasting.
CLICK ON IMAGE ABOVE TO ENLARGE PHOTOS. Mexican tile is not Marble, is not Ceramic tile and is not Porcelain tile. Mexican tile has no glazed finish, the only protection for the clay tile is an applied sealer and Mexican tile must be stripped, cleaned and sealed at least every 8 or 9 years, it is and always will be very labor intensive.

CLICK ON IMAGE ABOVE TO ENLARGE PHOTOS. Refinishing Mexican tile is not really a DIY project, many different products are needed to properly strip off the old sealer, grease, oil and set in stains from years ago. Mexican Tile can have occasional cracks on the surface and has a somewhat rough texture to the touch. Mexican Tile can have animal prints. Mexican Tile are not the same color. They can vary in shading with-in the same tile. Mexican Tile are prone to alkali in the clay, to minimize problems they must be properly sealed and kept sealed with a water based acrylic sealer, multiple coats are needed.
Mexican Tile Renew uses ACRYLIC SELAERS which offers high gloss protection and beauty to unglazed Mexican paver tile and other porous terra cotta surfaces with fewer coats. A blend of the latest in acrylic polymer technology has been coupled with an antimar agent, U.V. inhibitors and a grease and oil blocker to become the perfect solution for sealing porous tile.

‘Mexican Tile Renew’ offers the Best Prices on Mexican ‘Saltillo’ Tile Cleaning and refinishing in Florida. We have completed over 2,500 Mexican Tile renovation projects. We started our Mexican Tile refinishing business in Panama City Fl in 1995. We have been in the Flooring and Tile business for 25 years.
Mexican Tile Renew will refinish Mexican Saltillo Tile, Spanish Tile and Terra Cotta Tile in Sarasota, Bradenton, St Pete, Longboat Key, Nokomis, and Casey Key Florida. Mexican Tile Renew strips off the old sealers on your Mexican Tile, cleans the Mex-tile and re-seals the Mex-tile to a beautiful like new appearance. 
“No vinegar, no Mop & Glo, no Endust and no Spic and Span to clean your Mexican tile floor.” Don’t use them on your Mexican tile floor. Mexican Tile Floor Care: Do Not use Vinegar to Clean Your Mexican Tile Floor it Will Ruin the Finish. Vinegar is an acid. Proper weekly maintenance is just as important as getting the right installer in order to extend the life of your Mexican Saltillo tile. JUST USE SOAP AND WATER TO CLEAN YOUR TILE, SOAP LIKE DISHWASHER DETERGENT. BETTER CALL VEL AT MEXICAN TILE RENEW 941-926-7444.
‘Mexican Tile Renew’ Sarasota Fl with a South West Fl Better Business Bureau A+ Rating.
Mexican Tile Renew Clean and Seal, Sarasota To St Pete Fl.
CALL VEL AT 941-926-7444. email mexicantilerenew@aol.com

Old Dirty Tile? Refinish your Saltillo Floor with ‘Mexican Tile Renew’ Sarasota Fl.

Saturday, October 19, 2019

CLICK ON IMAGE ABOVE TO ENLARGE PHOTO. Old Dirty Tile? Refinish your Saltillo Floor with ‘Mexican Tile Renew’ Sarasota Fl. Mexican Tile Renew Project of Pool Area at Home on Bird Key Sarasota Fl. Due to the sun wind rain and salt air, the Mexican tile on the pool area and deck takes a beating. 

CLICK ON IMAGE ABOVE TO ENLARGE PHOTO. We stripped off the old sealer, filled and sanded cracked tiles and applied several coats of sealer to return the special cut Mexican tile in a herringbone pattern to it’s like new appearance as seen in the photos.

Reviews for ‘Mexican Tile Renew’ Sarasota Fl with a South West Fl Better Business Bureau A+ Rating.

REVIEW…Travis J. St Pete, FL 1/25/2016: Had a big problem with old Mexican tile in a house built in the 1950’s in St Pete Fl that just would not clean up whatever we did. Planned on having it all ripped out and replaced, it was so bad, but the cost for 1,200 sq feet would have been almost $8,500 and a big mess. I got a hold of ‘Mexican Tile Renew’ in Sarasota, they came out and gave me a very fair price to strip clean and reseal all the old Mexican tile, I was amazed at how they got it all done in one day and the floors now look beautiful. 


REVIEW…Luda S. Sarasota, FL 2/4/2016: I wanted to thank
‘Mexican Tile Renew’ for the great job they have done (inside and outside) the property. The owner of the company stayed on the job for the entire duration — five + hours and worked side by side with his helpers. The result was — magnificent cleaned up old, damaged tiles inside of the house. They also cleaned and renewed the outside pool deck. It looked great until the pool company came and ruined all that great work. The owner was gracious and came back to review the damage done by negligent pool company and fixed the problem by stripping and sealing the space again. I was on a deadline to finish the job and I cannot thank them enough. It’s a good idea to consult with them and see if you need to clean or prepare your space (floor) prior to their arrival. The sealer was clear and was dry within few hours. Thank you so much, ‘Mexican Tile Renew’ really, really appreciated it your hard work and advice.

REVIEW…Jim B. Sarasota, FL 3/15/2016: I called Mexican Tile Renew to take care of a pool deck area that leads to a kitchen and laundry area in a house that had not been cleaned and sealed in many years. My wife and I took over a foreclosed home in the Gulf Gate area of Sarasota Fl and we needed to get the home ready for sale, as it stood, the Mexican Tile was a big distraction with old rubber pad stuck to the Mexican tile in areas of the kitchen where mats had been laying and the pool area tile was covered with black mold and all marked up. Bill and his crew from Mexican Tile Renew showed up at 8:30 am and proceeded to strip off all the old sealer, rubber padding and removed all the mold, they cleaned and sanded tiles as needed and put on 4 coats of a clear sealer that made the Mexican tiles come alive, very good job. We were able to sell the house within 10 days, thanks Mexican Tile Renew.

Mexican Tile Renew Clean and Seal, Sarasota To St Pete Fl.
CALL VEL AT 941-926-7444. email mexicantilerenew@aol.com

Don’t Tear Out and Replace Your Old Dirty Mexican Tile Floors Refinish with “Mexican Tile Renew” Sarasota Fl

Friday, September 20, 2019

VIDEO. CLICK ON IMAGE ABOVE FOR VIDEO DON’T TEAR OUT MEXICAN TILE FLOORS AND GO THROUGH ALL THAT HASSLE OF TAKING OUT BASEBOARDS AND THE MESS WITH YOUR HOUSE TORE UP FOR DAYS IF NOT A WEEK- REFINISH WITH ‘MEXICAN TILE RENEW’ SARASOTA FL.

Don’t Tear Out Your Old Mexican Tile Floor Rejuvenate With Mexican Tile Renew Sarasota Fl Old Style Saltillo Tile Made to Look Like New.

Don’t make a big mistake and tear out and replace your old dirty Mexican tile floor at a cost of $12.00 to $13.00 per square foot with new material and labor, and endure clouds of dust and debris for weeks, Don’t Tear Out and Replace Your Old Dirty Mexican Tile Floors Renew with “Mexican Tile Renew. CALL VEL AT 941-926-7444…Mexican Tile Renew Clean and Seal Fort Myers to Sarasota To St Pete Fl. CALL VEL AT 941-926-7444. email mexicantilerenew@aol.com

We have been in the Flooring and Tile business for over 25 years in Sarasota Fl, Better Call “Vel” at 941-926-7444. Mexican Tile Renew has an A+ rating with the Better business Bureau. Mexican Tile Cleaning and Sealing “Mexican Tile Renew” CALL TOLL FREE 866-926-7444 or 941-926-7444 Email Vel: mexicantilerenew@aol.com WE ACCEPT ALL MAJOR CREDIT CARDS.

Mexican Tile Renew Project at House on 47th Street in Sarasota Fl Where Tile Was Stripped, Sanded, Cleaned, and Re-Sealed.

Tuesday, September 3, 2019

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Mexican Tile Renew Project at House on 47th Street in Sarasota Fl Where Tile Was Stripped, Sanded, Cleaned, and Re-Sealed. Mexican tile is not Marble, is not Ceramic tile and is not Porcelain tile. Mexican tile has no glazed finish, the only protection for the clay tile is an applied sealer and Mexican tile must be stripped, cleaned and sealed at least every 8 or 9 years, it is and always will be very labor intensive.

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Mexican Tile Renew Project at House on 47th Street in Sarasota Fl Where Tile Was Stripped, Sanded, Cleaned, and Re-Sealed. The Mexican tile floor at the house on 47th Street had some very bad stains and rust marks from water leaks that needed to be sanded out, down to bare tile, to get a smooth and even look. Refinishing Mexican tile is not really a DIY project, many different products are needed to properly strip off the old sealer, grease, oil and set in stains from years ago as discovered at the house on 47th Street.  

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Never use products like xylene to remove old sealer on Mexican tile in your DIY project. Breathing xylene vapors in small amounts can cause headache, dizziness, drowsiness, and nausea. With more serious exposure, xylene can cause sleepiness, stumbling, irregular heartbeat, fainting, or even death. Xylene vapors are irritating to the skin, eyes, and lungs and has a very strong odor that will last for days. Xylene is flammable at room temperature; therefore, it constitutes a fire hazard. DIY homeowners who use Xylene as a solvent to remove old Mexican tile sealer risk several health problems, Mexican Tile Renew will never use solvent based products in your home.

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Mexican Tile Renew Project at House on 47th Street in Sarasota Fl Where Tile Was Stripped, Sanded, Cleaned, and Re-Sealed. Mexican tile needs to be kept clean, it is very porous and any kind of spills need to mopped up quickly. When a Mexican tile floor is not maintained properly for several years serious problems result.

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Mexican Tile Renew Project at House on 47th Street in Sarasota Fl Where Tile Was Stripped, Sanded, Cleaned, and Re-Sealed. It is essential to keep the A/C at a cool 70 degrees during the Mexican Tile Renew process for everything to dry properly, 2 to 3 days is recomended. After the stripping and cleaning is completed during the Mexican Tile Renew process, multiple costs of a clear non-yellowing, high solids, acrylic-based sealer are used, in the case of the 47th Street House project 5 coats of sealer were applied to the floor.

One of the best water based premium sealing products that we have used over the last 10 years is BEHR Premium Wet-Look Sealer a clear, non-yellowing, high solids, acrylic-based masonry sealer. It is formulated to seal, protect and beautify concrete and masonry surfaces with a high gloss finish. It is also an excellent topcoat for paints and stains. Ideal for use on use on previously coated/uncoated, vertical/horizontal, interior/exterior surfaces such as: pavers, concrete, Mexican tile and unglazed tiles, brick, aggregate, natural and artificial stone, masonry and stucco. 

DO NOT USE VINEGAR TO WASH YOUR MEXICAN TILE FLOOR IT IS AN ACID AND WILL RUIN THE TILE FINISH AND AFFECT THE GROUT COLOR PIGMENT. One of the possible reason that the Mexican tile and grout were so bad at the house on 47th Street in Sarasota was that vinegar had been used in the past to clean the floor. “No vinegar, no Mop & Glo, no Endust and no Spic and Span to clean your Mexican tile floor.” Would you put any of these things on your car finish? Don’t use them on your Mexican tile floor. Mexican Tile Floor Care: Do Not use Vinegar to Clean Your Mexican Tile Floor it Will Ruin the Finish. Vinegar is an acid. Proper weekly maintenance is just as important as getting the right installer in order to extend the life of your Mexican Saltillo tile. JUST USE SOAP AND WATER TO CLEAN YOUR TILE, SOAP LIKE DISHWASHER DETERGENT. BETTER CALL VEL AT MEXICAN TILE RENEW 941-926-7444. 

Mexican Tile have the following characteristics: They have sandy backs. Caused by dumping the wet tile slurry into the mold on the ground to sun dry before baking. Mexican Tile can have chipped edges. Mexican Tile can have lime pops, little craters. Mexican Tile are not the same size. Mexican Tile are not the same thickness. Mexican Tile are not all flat. Mexican Tile are not all square. Mexican tile, can appear to the touch, to have a gritty surface.
Mexican Tile can have occasional cracks on the surface and has a somewhat rough texture to the touch. Mexican Tile can have animal prints. Mexican Tile are not the same color. They can vary in shading with-in the same tile. Mexican Tile are prone to alkali in the clay, to minimize problems they must be properly sealed and kept sealed with a water based acrylic sealer, multiple coats are needed.

Mexican tile is not a flat, square, perfectly machine made tile. Mexican tile is lumpy and bumpy with multiple irregularities which just adds to it’s rustic old world charm. Mexican tile or Saltillo is made from clay found in the Northern Mexico area. The clay is formed into tiles, dried in the sun and then fired in kilns. Depending on the positioning of the tile in the kiln, it can range in color from yellow to red with many tiles having a mixture of those colors.

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MEXICAN TILE SEALING: For your information (FYI) all you do it yourself (DIY) project managers, Mexican tile floors are not flat and perfect they are just the opposite with a lumpy, bumpy irregular surface, you can not burnish the floor with buffing pads and a floor machine, you have to use an applicator or mop to get the sealer on all parts of the tile and into the gully where the grout is. Flat, smooth, machine made tile like vinyl composition tile (VCT) which are tight fitted with no recessed grout line and butted up to each other can be burnished with a buffing pad and high speed floor machine.

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While we are at the Do’s and Don’ts of Mexican Tile stripping, cleaning, and sealing let’s delve into Efflorescence the white spots that mysteriously appear on your tile. Mexican Tile Restoration – Saltillo Tile Restoration: Efflorescence the white spots seen on Mexican tile, comes from the back of the tile not from the top of the tile, YOU MUST STOP THE FLOW OF WATER UNDER YOUR TILE. Efflorescence is a white crystalline deposit that is composed of salts, lime and/or other minerals, see example photo above. These deposits may become visible on many types of building surfaces such as concrete, stucco, grout, masonry, brick, natural stone, clay, ceramic tile, Mexican tile and even wood. These salts and minerals are water-soluble and generally come from the ground up or where cementitious or alkali substances exist (thin set motor used to set Mexican tile).

Sarasota Mexican Tile Renew Refinishes Floors Indoors or Outdoors Made to Look Like New Again We Have Been In Business For Over 23 Years. MEXICAN TILE RENEW: Clean Mexican-Saltillo Tile |Seal Mexican-Saltillo Tile |Restore Mexican Tile Sarasota Fl Better Business Bureau Approved. Mexican Tile Renew For Over 23 Years Has A+ Better Business Bureau (BBB) Rating. CALL 941-926-7444.
Mexican Tile Restoration – Saltillo Tile Restoration SARASOTA FL 

BETTER CALL VEL 941-926-7444
Sarasota To St Pete Fl.
MEXICAN TILE RENEW: Clean Mexican-Saltillo Tile |Seal Mexican-Saltillo Tile |Restore Mexican Tile Sarasota Fl (941) 926-7444, Sarasota, FL http://www.mexicantilerenew.com

SARASOTA: Mexican Tile Renew Has Cleaned Sealed and Refinished Saltillo Floors in South West Florida Since 1995

Sunday, August 11, 2019

SARASOTA: Mexican Tile Renew Has Cleaned Sealed and Refinished Saltillo Floors in South West Florida Since 1995, see Yellow Page advertising above from 1997 in Sarasota phone book.
SARASOTA: Mexican Tile Renew Has Cleaned Sealed and Refinished Saltillo Floors in South West Florida Since 1995. Mexican Tile Renew Projects from Sarasota to Longboat Key to Bird Key to St Pete to Bradenton to Osprey to Lakewood Ranch to Casey Key to Venice to North Port to Englewood to Nokomis to Holmes Beach to Siesta Key Fl restoring Mexican tile floors for 25 years.

SARASOTA: Mexican Tile Renew Has Cleaned Sealed and Refinished Saltillo Floors in South West Florida Since 1995. Mexican Tile Renew Projects from Sarasota to Longboat Key to Bird Key to St Pete to Bradenton to Osprey to Lakewood Ranch to Casey Key to Venice to North Port to Englewood to Nokomis to Holmes Beach to Siesta Key Fl restoring Mexican tile floors for 25 years.

SARASOTA: Mexican Tile Renew Has Cleaned Sealed and Refinished Saltillo Floors in South West Florida Since 1995. Mexican Tile Renew Projects from Sarasota to Longboat Key to Bird Key to St Pete to Bradenton to Osprey to Lakewood Ranch to Casey Key to Venice to North Port to Englewood to Nokomis to Holmes Beach to Siesta Key Fl restoring Mexican tile floors for 25 years.

SARASOTA: Mexican Tile Renew Has Cleaned Sealed and Refinished Saltillo Floors in South West Florida Since 1995. Mexican Tile Renew Projects from Sarasota to Longboat Key to Bird Key to St Pete to Bradenton to Osprey to Lakewood Ranch to Casey Key to Venice to North Port to Englewood to Nokomis to Holmes Beach to Siesta Key Fl restoring Mexican tile floors for 25 years.

SARASOTA: Mexican Tile Renew Has Cleaned Sealed and Refinished Saltillo Floors in South West Florida Since 1995. Mexican Tile Renew Projects from Sarasota to Longboat Key to Bird Key to St Pete to Bradenton to Osprey to Lakewood Ranch to Casey Key to Venice to North Port to Englewood to Nokomis to Holmes Beach to Siesta Key Fl restoring Mexican tile floors for 25 years.

 Mexican Tile Restoration – Saltillo Tile Restoration
SARASOTA FL BETTER CALL VEL 941-926-7444
Sarasota To St Pete Fl 

MEXICAN TILE RENEW: Clean Mexican-Saltillo Tile |Seal Mexican-Saltillo Tile |Restore Mexican Tile Sarasota Fl (941) 926-7444, Sarasota, FL http://www.mexicantilerenew.com

Mexican Tile Renew Project on Front Patio and Sidewalk in Holmes Beach Fl Outdoor Tile Can Be Refinished

Tuesday, July 30, 2019

CLICK ON IMAGE ABOVE TO ENLARGE: Mexican Tile Renew Project on Front Patio and Sidewalk in Holmes Beach Fl Outdoor Tile Can Be Refinished

CLICK ON IMAGE ABOVE TO ENLARGE: Mexican Tile Renew Project on Front Patio and Sidewalk in Holmes Beach Fl Outdoor Tile Can Be Refinished

CLICK ON IMAGE ABOVE TO ENLARGE: Mexican Tile Renew Project on Front Patio and Sidewalk in Holmes Beach Fl Outdoor Tile Can Be Refinished.

CLICK ON IMAGE ABOVE TO ENLARGE: Outdoor Mexican Tile Can Be Refinished using the proper techniques and under the proper conditions, any water intrusion needs to be diverted from the tile area. The 12″ Mexican tiles seen above were cut in half to make a 6″ x 12″ rectangular tile and then set in the custom design pattern seen above.

CLICK ON IMAGE ABOVE TO ENLARGE..Renewing Mexican Tile in Sarasota, Longboat Key, Casey Key, Nokomis, Osprey, Siesta Key, Bradenton, Anna Maria Island, St Petersburg, Venice, and Holmes Beach Florida Since 1995 call 941-926-7444. More information and photos of completed projects at our website www.mexicantilerenew.com

‘Mexican Tile Renew’ Warns Never Use Vinegar to Clean Your Mexican Tile Floor and Grout, Vinegar will Ruin Finish and Darken the Grout

Tuesday, July 23, 2019


VINEGAR WILL RUIN THE FINISH ON MEXICAN TILE AND DARKEN THE GROUT: ‘Mexican Tile Renew’ Warns Never Use Vinegar to Clean Your Mexican Tile Floor and Grout Vinegar will Ruin Finish and Darken the Grout. Note in photo above on left, see how dark grout is by using vinegar to clean floor, Big Mistake. Mexican Tile Renew Clean and Seal Sarasota To St Pete Fl. CALL VEL AT WARNER BROS TILE..941-926-7444. email mexicantilerenew@aol.com
 
Mexican Tile Renew Project in Sarasota Fl Where Prior Home Owner Used Vinegar to Clean the Mexican Tile Floor, BIG MISTAKE. Never use vinegar to clean a Mexican Tile Floor, vinegar is an acid and will pit and destroy the finish on your Mexican Tile Floor.
MEXICAN TILE RENEW PROJECT IN BRADENTON FL WHERE VINEGAR WAS USED TO CLEAN THE TILE FLOOR DO NOT USE VINEGAR ON MEXICAN TILE.
Mexican Tile Renew Project in Sarasota Fl Where Prior Home Owner Used Vinegar to Clean the Mexican Tile Floor, BIG MISTAKE. Never use vinegar to clean a Mexican Tile Floor, vinegar is an acid and will pit and destroy the finish on your Mexican Tile Floor.
Do not ever use acid of any kind to clean your Mexican Tile and grout, acids are corrosive they will ruin any applied finish and eventually break down the clay in the Mexican tile with disastrous results.
Mexican Tile Renew Project in Sarasota Fl Where Prior Home Owner Used Vinegar to Clean the Mexican Tile Floor, BIG MISTAKE. Never use vinegar to clean a Mexican Tile Floor, vinegar is an acid and will pit and destroy the finish on your Mexican Tile Floor.
  
Mexican Tile Floor Care: Do Not use Vinegar to Clean Your Mexican Tile Floor it Will Ruin the Finish. Vinegar is an acid. Proper weekly maintenance is just as important as getting the right installer in order to extend the life of your Mexican Saltillo tile. “No Mop & Glo and no Endust, no Spic and Span.” Would you put any of these things on your car? Don’t use them on your Mexican tile. JUST USE SOAP AND WATER TO CLEAN YOUR TILE, SOAP LIKE DISHWASHER DETERGENT. BETTER CALL VEL AT MEXICAN TILE RENEW 941-926-7444
Renewing Mexican Tile in Sarasota, Longboat Key, Casey Key, Nokomis, Osprey, Siesta Key, Bradenton, Anna Maria Island, St Petersburg, Venice, and Holmes Beach Since 1995. More information and photos of completed projects at our website www.mexicantilerenew.com