Daily Archives: March 17, 2014

Travertine

Travertine, in its natural matte finish, is skid resistant and has a classy, antique appeal. If polished, it has the veined look of marble. When exposed to acidic substances, heavy traffic, or residual build-up of cleaners, travertine looks unsightly and outdated. We know travertine and skillfully restore it to its timeless beauty.

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Slate

Slate is a waterproof, stain-resistant natural stone preferred for its dark, earthy tones and classy, rustic texture. Slate can scratch or chip more easily than other natural stone. Heavy waxes, floor finishes, soap residue, and aggressive cleaning may cause slate floors to become unattractive. We specialize in restoring the desired finish and color to slate floors.

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Oriental Rug Cleaning

Oriental rugs are known for their unique beauty, and having them properly cleaned is essential for keeping their appearance bright and to save them from premature wear. Because each rug is often one-of-a-kind, it takes the professional discernment that Santa Fe Floor Care has to prescribe the best cleaning method for your rug and to provide the greatest care, with heightened awareness toward hidden challenges that some rugs may present.

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Fabric and Fiber Protection

Many textiles that you purchase come pretreated with fabric and fiber protection, but abrasion from regular usage and vacuuming eventually wears this protection away. Improper cleaning solutions or cleaning methods may also accelerate this process. To extend the life of your fine surfaces, Santa Fe Floor Care can reapply high-quality, professional-grade fabric and fiber protectors.

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