Stone floor tile sealants

What's the best sealant to use on stone floor tiles?

Asked by Claire Kate on 9th Dec 2022
Expert Trade Answers
"Lithofin do a complete range of sealers, I use stain stop which leaves the surface looking natural. They do have an acrylic that fives a sheen"
Answered on 21st Jan 2023 - Member since Jan 2023 - report
"Blueseal it is easy to apply and my company only ever use it it is a little bit more pricey but definitely does it’s jobs you will not be disappointed trust me"
Answered on 9th May 2023 - Member since Apr 2023 - report
"Providing an invisible barrier of protection, we recommend LTP Matt Stone for honed and tumbled surfaces such as Stonestore's Bancroft Limestone, and LTP Polished Stone & Porcelain Sealer for shiny polished natural stone such as our Italian classic Bianco Carrara"
Answered on 23rd Dec 2022 - Member since Oct 2022 - report
"My best advice would be ask the manufactorer
All use tomsons water seal
Or a good clear varnish"
Answered on 9th Dec 2022 - Member since Nov 2022 - report

Water-based sealer with a natural finish for protecting all types of natural and artificial stone. Makes surfaces resistant to water, food oils and grease marks and allows natural surfaces to breathe. Ideal for use on honed, rough cut and polished surfaces. Delicately enhances colour and helps protect against staining. For indoor and outdoor use. Coverage can vary according to surfaces being treated. Covers approx. 2.5-3m²/Ltr on highly absorbent surfaces. For less absorbent surfaces covers approx. 5-10m²/Ltr and on polished surfaces covers approx. 20m²/Ltr."
Answered on 5th Jul 2023 - Member since May 2023 - report
"Lifothin stainstop is my go to and has been for over fifteen years."
Answered on 17th Feb 2023 - Member since Feb 2023 - report
"Just normal standard silicon of whatever colour of your choice"
Answered on 10th Jul 2023 - Member since Jun 2023 - report
"When it comes to selecting a tile sealer for any of your tiles, it is very important to remember what kind of result you are expecting from your tile sealer and where those tiles will go.
Every tile sealer is made for a different purpose and will affect the end result.

For example, if you have a natural stone in the shower, you will require the best tile sealer for showers, one that can withstand standing water. Also, have a think about the finish
511 Seal & Enrich is also rated for interior/exterior use and is freeze/thaw resistantThis is my favorite to use as a pre-sealer as I know it will protect the precious natural stone from any grout and adhesive stains during installation. After grouting I follow it up with a supplementary coat to really bring out the color."
Answered on 9th Dec 2022 - Member since Nov 2020 - report
"Hi Clair you need to use easy seal standstone seaaler and enhancer for the job"
Answered on 9th Dec 2022 - Member since Apr 2020 - report
"liberon sealer for stone floors 18.99 1ltr ..screwfix opens 7am closes about 8"
Answered on 9th Dec 2022 - Member since Sep 2022 - report
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