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How Do We Do It?
We offer budget-friendly tile & grout cleaning packages tailored to fit your individual needs. Each customized package is made up of the following steps:
Preconditioning process with use of alkaline side cleaner to emulsify soils
Preconditioning process with use of safe-acidic side cleaner
Bristle brush agitation
Hot Water Extraction (aka Steam Cleaning)
High speed air movers for quick drying!
Sealing of tile and/or grout
Is this a messy process?
No it is not. Precautions are taken to protect surrounding trim, furniture, and other floors type so as not to affect the areas we are not cleaning. We do, however, require that during the process all pets are put away so as not to track the cleaning products to other parts of the house.
Is sealing necessary?
It depends on the type of cleaning process used. When grout and/or tile restoration is needed, that generally involves an acid side cleaner which is very effective in restoring the grout. However, the acid side cleaner also opens up the pores of the grout, leaving them open for quicker staining in the future. Therefore, any time an acid cleaner is used, sealing is a must! If no acid side cleaner is used, sealing is optional.
How long do I have to stay off the floor when the project is over?
Generally no more than an hour. If sealant is applied, we ask that you do not use water to clean the floor for at least 48 hours.
Will I have to use a special cleaner if sealant is applied?
Any cleaner that is neutral pH would work great! This prevents from early deterioration of the sealant. Neutral pH cleaners can be found in most hardware stores and are very budget friendly.
How about using vinegar to clean my floors?
Please stay away from vinegar as it is acidic and can open up the pores of your grout and deteriorate any sealant. Also, vinegar can cause real damage to any natural stone tile floors such as marble, limestone, travertine, etc.