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Faber Tile Cleaner and Stone Care Products

Our Faber collection offers a range of specialized cleaning solutions that are designed to maintain and restore the appearance of various hard surfaces. These products are crafted to address the needs of both residential and commercial environments, providing effective cleaning without compromising the integrity of the surface material.

Faber Deep Cleaning Products

These products are ideal for deep cleaning a variety of surfaces, including porcelain, ceramic tiles, terracotta, cotto, quartz, granite, and acid-resistant stones. They penetrate the texture and pores to dissolve stubborn dirt, stains, and residues.

Key Features of Faber Tile Cleaner Products

  • Effectively remove patinas from unsuitable daily cleaning products, restoring the original appearance of surfaces.
  • Designed to handle different types of dirt, including grease, cement, and epoxy-based residues.

About Faber

Faber Chimica Srl, established in 1986 in Fabriano, Italy, is a professional company specializing in chemicals for the treatment and maintenance of building surfaces. Their expertise covers both natural stone and manmade materials. The company caters to a range of clients, including stone and ceramic material manufacturers, industrial cleaning firms, builders, and surface maintenance professionals.

Faber Chimica's products and solutions have been utilized in significant architectural projects globally, illustrating their widespread recognition and trust in the industry. With over three decades in the business, Faber has emerged as a leading figure in the field of surface treatment chemicals.

FAQs About Faber Products

What is the best cleaner for stone tile?

The best cleaner for stone tile would be the pH-neutral, water-based cleaner from Faber. This cleaner is specifically formulated for daily cleaning and routine maintenance of various floor and surface materials, including natural stone. It effectively removes dirt without damaging the stone and nourishes the material, maintaining its natural characteristics.

What is the best cleaner for ceramic tile showers?

For ceramic tile showers, the slightly acidic Deterfug solution from Faber is ideal. It's designed to penetrate deep into the texture and pores of ceramic tiles, effectively dissolving and removing dirt, stains, and residues, including old, stubborn deposits. This product restores the original appearance of the tiles and is suitable for both home and commercial settings.

What should you not clean tile with?

Tiles should not be cleaned with abrasive cleaners, acidic or highly alkaline substances, bleach, or ammonia-based cleaners, as these can damage the tile's surface, degrade grout, and lead to discoloration or etching. It's important to use a cleaner that is compatible with the specific type of tile material.

Will vinegar damage ceramic tile?

Vinegar, being acidic, can damage ceramic tiles if used frequently or in high concentrations. It can erode the grout and dull the finish of the tile. While occasional use of diluted vinegar might be safe for cleaning ceramic tiles, it's better to use a product specifically formulated for ceramic tiles.