Floor Sealers Vic uses quality products in the cleaning and sealing of all natural stone surfaces, tiles, pavers and concrete surfaces



Natural Stone Cleaning, removal of efflorescence, mould (green and black) oil and grease stains, grout haze, organic stains (leaf and rust), timber and general dirt deposits.


  • Sandstone
  • Limestone
  • Bluestone
  • Slate
  • Granite
  • Porcelain
  • Terracotta
  • Travertine
  • Pavers
  • Tessellated Tiles
  • Ceramic Tiles
  • Other stones

Bluestone cleaning around a pool.

A set of pictures cleaning Bluestone around apool area ready for sealing.

Cleaning Bluestone.

Another picture cleaning Bluestone around apool.

Methods of cleaning:

  • Pressure washing
  • Mild acid washing (when necessary)
  • Alkaline caustic cleaning
  • Chlorinated cleaning
  • Organic cleaning (moss, mould and timber stains)
  • PH Neutral cleaning
  • Grout haze smear removal
  • Efflorescence and salt removal
  • Scrubbing and polishing
  • Grease and oil removal
  • Oxy Klenza, powerful and environmentally sensible.

Pressure washing, scrubbing with scrubbing machine to remove old dirt, mould and stains off pavers ready for sealing

Sandstone rear courtyard and pool area now being cleaned to remove dirt, black mould and green mould, Picture showing the difference between the clean area and area still to be cleaned.

Sandstone around a pool area being cleaned ready for sealing.


Floor Sealers personnel have been highly trained by a now retired professional trades person specialising in stripping and seal Slate and natural stone floors, this person had over 30 years’ experience working with slate and troubleshooting various projects.


Stripping a floor requires patience and good floor work practices, you can aggressively clean slate to remove dirt deposits and soil, but professional stripping is necessary to remove old coatings. 

Stripping Slate/natural stone is a four part process and can present some difficult challenges for the inexperience cleaner.


Stripping is highly recommended for slate floors where there is a build-up of old sealer, flaking is occurring around the edges of the floor, whiteness/moisture has appeared on the floor or if the floor has had water damage.


Due to the different types of sealant applied to slate floors, water base, solvent base, wax, or acrylic cross linked finishes we advise that you need professional advice and support in this major project.

Second stage of stripping a slate floor

Stripped slate floor ready for re-sealing

First coat of sealer being applied to a stripped floor

Slate floor stripped, sealed and with a gloss finish


Floor Sealers specialise in applying quality protective sealers for natural stone surfaces and various concrete pavers.  Most surfaces require some form of protection.


There are two types of sealers, those that penetrate (penetrating /impregnating sealers) also those which leave a surface coating.  The penetrating sealers will leave a natural finish but may alter the colour slightly depending on the type of stone.  The surface coating will alter the appearance of the surface to a differing degrees depending on which product is chosen.


We only use quality penetrating sealers that come with a manufacturers warranty , with one particular sealer offering a 15 year warranty, sealed for life.


Where penetrating sealers are concerned they are available in a variety of chemical forms which include solvent, alcohol and water based sealers.


After your stone has been professionally laid and cleaned it is highly recommended that a protective coating (penetrating or surface sealer) is applied to protect your investment.  Floor Sealers Vic are using the next generation impregnating sealers which is technology ahead of its time, it is the ultimate in environmentally responsible protection for stone.  With ultra low VOC sealer meets LEED world best practice standards for environmentally sustainable construction and makes cleaning easier

Another picture showing the process of enhancing the crazy paving.

Newly layed sandstone crazy paving cleaned, enhanced and sealed to give a natural finish to the sandstone.

A picture showing the difference, one area gloss finish, one area ready for sealing.

Picture showing a Slate clean and re-seal with a topical sealer gloss finish

Concrete Driveways

Cleaning of concrete driveways / pathways by pressure washing and then sealing with a colour sealer of your choice, there are approximately 24 colours to choose from to beautify your driveway / pathway and add value to your property.

Another picture of the covered area sealed with a colour sealer.

Front driveway, carport and rear concrete pathways cleaned and sealed with a colour sealer.

Driveway cleaned and re-sealed with a colur sealer (charcoal), the side sealed with a clear sealer.

A driveway which houses 3 units completed with a clear and colour sealer.

Methods of Sealing

  • Spraying penetrating sealers (usually applied on outdoor areas)
  • Lambs wool applicators

Sealers can give you a choice of a natural finish, wet look finish, enhance finish or a satin look but above and beyond it gives you the protection you need for peace of mind.