- How do I clean my external paving?
Patio’s can give that refined and uniform look to a garden area, a clean cut from grass to stone, and when newly laid they look fantastic.If you had them laid before ...... Read moreMore
- Natural Stone – Pedestrian Walkways & Driveways
OBJECTIVE: SEAL STONE SURFACES TO PROTECT FROM DIRT AND GRIME & MAKE STAIN REMOVAL EASIER.LTP Mattstone H20 is both hydrophobic and oleophobic and offers excellent res...... Read moreMore
- Encaustic Tiles
Encaustic tiles are made of two or more colours of clay that are then mixed or inlaid together to create a pattern, they are then fired.Encaustic effect Cement tiles a...... Read moreMore
- Crackle Glaze Tiles & water marks
We were recently contacted by a customer who had concerns about her crackle glaze tiles that were installed in a shower area & sealed with LTP Crackle Glaze Sealer.Aft...... Read moreMore
- How to achieve different finishes on Natural Stone
SEALING: LTP MATTSTONE 500ml, 1 & 5ltr containersLTP MATTSTONE (Natural Finish): Apply evenly to the surface using an applicator pad or s...... Read moreMore
- Has your Natural Stone been damaged by Household Cleaner?
We were contacted recently by a customer whose pet had a little accident on their Stoneworks Tumbled Pietra Limestone and tried to remedy it by spraying CIF Bathroom c...... Read moreMore
- Cleaning, Sealing and maintaining stone surfaces
Cleaning, Sealing and Maintaining Stone Surfaces Natural stone has been used on floors and walls for centuries. As with all natural materials, it does need a certain l...... Read moreMore
- Common Problems when Fixing Stone Outside
Stone patios and white blooms- Efflorescence You’ve seen the magazine pictures: Designer patio’s decked out with stylish garden furniture, blue skies and a perfect san...... Read moreMore
- LTP Mouldex External Paving Cleaner
How do I clean my external paving stones?LTP Mouldex is a highly effective HSE registered product which has been developed to Help restore natural stone and paving to ...... Read moreMore
- Crackle Glaze Tiles- why the need to seal.
Crackle glaze tiles are created by the top glaze being put through a process called Crazing.* These can be seen because light reflects off the surfaces of the gaps.Bec...... Read moreMore