Tile & Grout

Does your Tile and Grout floors still look dirty after mopping? That is caused by embedded dirt that builds up over time.

You can lay down a good cleaning solution, let it soak for 10-15 minutes and scrub it in with a deck brush and mop it up, rinsing often with clean water. It will take some time and effort, but you’ll eventually get it clean, though you may have to go over it a few times depending on how bad your floor is.

The other option is that you hire a cleaning company that uses commercial grade detergents and equipment to clean the floor for you.

With my tile & grout deep cleaning services, we:

  • Vacuum the whole room to remove loose dirt and pet hair.
  • Spread our solution on a 10X10 ft section at a time
  • Wait 10-15 minutes for the solution to loosen up the embedded dirt in the tile & grout
  • Scrub the area with our Counter Rotating Brush & orbital floor machines… while getting into all the tight corners by hand.
  • Vacuum up dirty water
  • Mop with fresh clean water to remove any remaining dirty water.
  • We then let the floor dry and inspect it. If it’s still dirty, we do the process again. Most floors only take one treatment, but some floors that haven’t been deep cleaned in many years do require a second cleaning.
  • (Optional) Spray down and mop in a high quality solvent sealer. The sealer protects the tile and grout from stains settling in and also makes cleaning your floor alot easier, as the dirt won’t get so embedded. To clarify, your floor will still get dirty, but you’ll be able to keep it looking clean much longer with just standard mopping. If you have low traffic, then you don’t really need sealing, but if you have multiple pets and kids, sealing is a good investment.

Get a free price quote for your floor tile and grout and let’s see if I can help you get it alot cleaner for alot less money than the bigger companies will charge you. I guarantee all my work… so if I can’t get it clean to your liking, I won’t charge you. Fair?

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