Restorative Cleaning ​Services
Our Services
The services below are not exclusive as suggested - They can be tailored to meet your specific requirements.
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  1. PPC Window Frame Restoration
    Powder coating window frames has been common practice since the early 1980's. Over time colours fade and an element of 'chalkiness' appears; this is usually caused by one of the following:
    1) Harmful UV rays and other weather conditions. 2) Improper cleaning processes and chemicals used often damage the surface. 3) Lack of maintenance plan. Our proven techniques help alleviate any such occurrences and will return your frames. Initially we clean the framework with a PH neutral cream, followed by the restoration of the top damaged surface using specialist restoration creams and specialist cleaning pad. We remove a few microns of the damaged coating then follow up with a hydrophobic wax which helps to maintain the finish and requires only a wash down as and when required.
  2. Anodised Window Frame Restoration
    Aluminium does not rust, but is susceptible to air pollution and environmental exposure. Clark & Daniels' three coat system restores the colour and lustre to anodised frames and the follow up maintenance is as simple as a wipe down by yourselves as and when necessary. The process will help you as a building owner, tenant or management company maintain and extend the life of the exterior of your building.
  3. Cladding Panel Restoration
    Avoid the costly price of replacing your cladding, we can restore it. The exterior of your building is the first visual point of call for your clients.
    Panelled cladding holds much the same properties as discussed earlier with the window frames and can be susceptible to the same weathering conditions. There are various methods of restoration, depending on the age and condition of your panels; from a simple clean and protect through to our specialised three coat system. Our system can last up to two years, this of course is variable and dependant on external environmental conditions.
  4. Steam Cleaning
    Steam Cleaning offers a more favourable form of cleaning. Working at variable pressures and temperatures, dependent on the surface to be cleaned, our system produces longer lasting results.
    Steam Cleaning is more and more prevalent in today's household, but has been part of industrial cleaning for years. The system cleans surfaces of all organic matter and in the process kills the spores that can lead to a rapid return to soiling. We can achieve temperatures of up to 150°C and variable pressure setting dependant on the surface and soiling. Steam can be used on stone surfaces from York and Portland Stone through to Granite and cladding. It also provides a 'dryer' form of cleaning than pressure washing, with minimum water fall off. Steam cleaning is kinder to substrates and will not damage surfaces.

Poultices & Gels

Clark and Daniel now have a wide range of chemicals, poultices and gels that can lead to the eradication of staining to many forms of masonry. We stock sacrificial coatings that, once applied to many surfaces such as stone and timber, prevent the 'sticking' of graffiti; it is simple to apply and can easily be removed with hot steam.

If we do not stock a specific poultice or gel, our 'lab tech's' can produce something that will suit your requirements.
Iron Oxidation

We now stock poultices whose active ingredients remove many types of metal staining from masonry
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Oil Staining

Using an enzyme
(biological) based cleaner
for the removal of oil and grease from porous substrates, we can clear unsightly oil staining from most surfaces.
Marble Staining

Simply by using our active gel poultice, we have successfully removed staining to marble basin units and work tops.
Carbon Sulphation

Calcium carbonate is the principal constituent of limestone and is
common to mortar and other building masonry. Acidic sulphurous gases,
released by the combustion of coal and other fossil fuel, expose the carbonate to chemical reaction.