After a refurbishment project, The Celtic Manor required thorough cleaning of the marble floors in all the bathrooms. The goal was to restore the marble flooring to its original condition, ensuring a clean and polished appearance. The client needed professional cleaning services for the marble floors in their bathrooms following a refurbishment.
They wanted to ensure that the marble flooring was thoroughly cleaned, bringing it back to its original condition. The Celtic Manor sought a solution that would provide a clean and polished appearance, ready for immediate use. Celtic Manor Resort, once home to the prestigious Ryder Cup, is a renowned luxury hotel and leisure destination located in Newport, South Wales.
With its breathtaking surroundings and world-class amenities, Celtic Manor Resort has established itself as a premier destination for discerning travelers and golf enthusiasts alike. The resort offers a range of exceptional facilities, including multiple championship golf courses, luxurious accommodations, exquisite dining options, and a state-of-the-art spa and wellness centre.
Its rich history and commitment to providing unparalleled guest experiences have earned Celtic Manor Resort a reputation as one of the finest resorts in the United Kingdom. This case study highlights our approach to the cleaning project, the solution implemented using a floor buffer and different pads, and the successful outcome achieved for the client.
To address the client’s cleaning marble needs, we conducted a thorough survey of the marble floors in all the bathrooms. This survey allowed us to assess the condition of the flooring and determine the appropriate approach for the cleaning marble process. Based on our findings, we developed a cleaning marble schedule that aligned with the refurbishment timeline, coordinating our cleaning marble activities with the builders’ work.
Our solution for cleaning marble floors involved the use of a floor buffer and different pads to achieve the desired results. The floor buffer provided the necessary mechanical force for effectively cleaning marble and polish the marble flooring. We selected three different pads with varying levels of abrasiveness to ensure a thorough cleaning marble process.
The first pad used was a coarse pad, which helped remove any surface dirt, stains, or residue from the marble floors. This pad acted as an initial step in the cleaning process, preparing the surface for further treatment. The second pad was a medium-grade pad, which focused on deep cleaning and removing any stubborn stains or marks. Finally, the third pad was a fine-grade pad, which provided a gentle and polished finish to the marble floors.
By graduating through the three different pads, we were able to effectively clean and polish the marble flooring, restoring its original beauty. Throughout the process, we used appropriate cleaning marble chemicals specifically designed for marble surfaces. These chemicals ensured a safe and effective cleaning without causing any damage to the marble.
The outcome of our cleaning efforts met the client’s expectations and left them satisfied. The marble floors in all the bathrooms were thoroughly cleaned and restored to their original condition. Our approach utilising the floor buffer and different pads successfully removed dirt, stains, and marks, while bringing out the natural shine of the marble.
As a result of our cleaning process, the client was pleased with the appearance of the marble floors. They released the rooms for immediate use, confident in the cleanliness and polished finish of the marble surfaces. The restored marble flooring added a touch of elegance and sophistication to the bathrooms, enhancing the overall aesthetic appeal.
Through our careful survey, marble cleaning schedule coordination, and the use of a floor buffer with different pads, we successfully addressed the client’s requirements for cleaning the marble floors in the bathrooms after refurbishment. Our meticulous approach ensured a thorough cleaning process, resulting in a clean and polished appearance.