You can use tile impregnation on concrete, garden tiles and patio tiles. Tile impregnation should not come into contact with other surface types such as wood. To be sure that your stone surface has a positive response to tile impregnation, we recommend that you try to test on a small area. That way, you also get a feel for how to work with this type of tile impregnation.
As a rule of thumb, 1 liter will suffice for 8-10m2, depending on the substrate and which application method you use.
The fastest application method is that the impregnation is applied directly to tiles without cleaning of moss, algae and dirt, which are slowly decomposed and washed away with the rain. However, this method will mean that in some areas there will still be algae growth and it will mean that the tiles will have to be re-treated.
The thorough method includes an in-depth cleaning of the tiles before the impregnation is applied. This method will give a shelf life of up to 15 years and therefore this method should only be performed one first and last time! We would therefore recommend this method as it gives the best result for many years to come.
Here is a quick guide to a thorough cleaning and tile impregnation.
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