|Fig.1 Tile Table|
Tools and Supplies:
Soap and water
Joe S. had purchase a tile table from a local charity. It was loaded with white calcium and dirt. He wanted this table to be on the patio. He needed help solving this problem. He called my repair service.
This post shows the three steps to clean and assemble the tile table.
Step 1: Fig.1 shows the table now cleaned from the dirt and calcium. Fig.2 shows Lime Away™ was used to remove the calcium from the tile. A hard brush with soap removed the dirt from metal edges of the table. Fig.3 shows that the clean table tile ready to go back on the table.
|Fig.2 Clean table edges|
|Fig.3 Cleaned tiles|
|Fig.4 First tile|
|Fig.5 Second Tile|
|Fig.6 Third tile|
|Fig.7 Final tile|
|Fig.8 Table ready|
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