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Alcohol, ammoniac or bleach stains

Terracotta, quarry tiles and brick

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Alcohol, ammonia, bleach and products containing these substances will bleach a waxed finish. If they drip onto a waxed terracotta floor, they can form white stains which are very difficult to remove.

Use PS87 Heavy Duty Cleaner, to strip the entire surface. Dilute 1:5, let sit for 15 minutes, then scrub and rinse thoroughly with water.

When the surface is clean and dry, apply a new wax treatment. MATT for a natural effect, SATIN for a satin finish