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imcrafts

04:58AM | 08/14/03
Member Since: 08/13/03
3 lifetime posts
Bvflooring
The ceramic tile floor in the bathroom has probably been there since the house was built in 1966 (some 36 yrs). It is now very dirty, very yellowed, dull and not very pretty. However, other than that it is in good condition. I'd rather clean it than replace it if possible. The normal cleaners do not do the job. Any suggestions? If I can't do that, can I put a peel & stick over it? There are no cracks in the floor and it is all in one piece. The tiles are not loose.

Graham Flooring

11:28AM | 08/15/03
I would not sugest putting peel and stick over ceramic tile.
I would try useing a heavy duty phospheric acid cleaner first .. then if that doesnt work, you can put a laminate floor over it .

AWoodFloorSpecialist

04:43AM | 08/16/03
Member Since: 07/24/03
80 lifetime posts
I would suggest a product called Poultice. It draws stains out of old tile. It comes in a dry powder and you mix it up like a paste. You apply it to the tile and let it set.
http://www.hydroclean.com/data_sheets/ht-777.htm

and
http://www.aquamix.com/poul.htm

are two sites to check out

The aquamix products I believe are available at Lowe's and Home Depot

Franklyn
http://WoodFloorist.com

imcrafts

05:58AM | 08/16/03
Member Since: 08/13/03
3 lifetime posts
Thank you so much for the info and links. I'm going to check out those links and if ***** has what I need, that's even better! All I really want to do is CLEAN it up!!!

Thanks again.

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