Cleaning Stone Shower Walls - Recommended Daily to Weekly
Dry/Dust mop the floor at least twice per week.
Add two ounces of commercial marble into a clean bucket of water.
(Be sure that the bucket has been thoroughly cleaned out if it has been used before with another cleaner.)
Using a clean rayon sponge, gently apply the Marbalex on to the surface without making large puddles.
Let the surface dry. There is no rinsing required.
Cleaning Tile & Grout Shower Walls: (Daily-Weekly)
Remove all abrasive debris from the floor surface.
Mix 1-2 ounces of good ceramic cleaner per gallon of warm water.
With a clean bucket and clean rayon or sponge mop, apply the Ceramiclean to the surface.
Let the solution dry.
Rinsing is only required for heavily soiled surfaces
Sealing: (Every 1-2 years)
Surface must be dry for 6-12 Hours.
Cover surrounding areas that are not intended to be sealed.
Liberally spray the surface until it is wet.
When the surface begins to dry within 3-5 minutes, wet the surface again with the sealer.
After 30 minutes, wipe off any excess sealer with a clean and dry white terry cloth or towel.
Polishing & Enriching Color: (Monthly)
Shake the bottle before using and apply the polish to the stone surface with a clean, dry and white terry cloth towel.
Let the polish dry to a haze for 2 minutes.
Wipe off the haze with a clean, dry and white terry cloth towel.
* Do not use on floors.
Simply spray Counterrific on to the surface and let it stay wet for five minutes.
Wipe off with a clean and dry paper towel.
If any streaks appear, simply spray again and wipe off immediately.
Restoring the Color of Grout: (As Needed)
Ensure surface is free from grease, dirt and other contaminants.
Shake well with cap on before use. Remove cap, and then press pen down vertically for a minute until you see the ink starting to flow.
Apply two (2) coats an hour apart.
Replace cap when not in use. * If grout is dirty, clean with SCI's Ceramiclean® before using the Grout Ink.
* 4. Note: Ink colors may appear slightly different from the color of the pen caps.