Tile/Grout Cleaning

4 Step Process That Cleans Your Tile And Grout Beautifully

We use a 4 step process to revitalize your floor surfaces. This process not only restores your floors to their original beauty, it also guards your grout from staining and discoloring.

STEP 1: A non-toxic cleaning solution is applied to the tile and grout lines and allowed to dwell for 10 to 20 minutes. The solution is then worked into the pores to loosen embedded dirt, grease, oils and other contaminants

STEP 2: Using our 250 degrees of water and up to 1200psi of water pressure we thoroughly wash, rinse and extract the dirt, oils and pollutant laden water out of the pores of the grout and tile into our truck's recovery tank. This clean and efficient process is all fluid controlled so there is no over-spray of water or cleaning solution.

STEP 3: Next we dry the floor using high speed air movers which takes between 10-30 minutes. We are then able to inspect the floor to see the true condition of the grout and can tell at this point if there is any permanent staining or discoloration.

STEP 4: After consulting with you as to the condition of the floor you now have two choices: Sealing: If you are happy with the results of the cleaning, we can go ahead and apply a sealer to the floor to protect it from further staining [more information on sealing here ] or if the results did not meet your expectations and there is a considerable amount of staining and discoloration, we can recolor the grout to the color of your choice.

So, in either case your grout will look almost as good as the day it was installed

How to remove mustard stains:
Soak the stained area with a dilution of 1/2 ammonia and 1/2 water. Use a hairdryer to dry the area.
The best carpet professional in town!!! I refer premium carpet care every chance I can!! Professional and always on time!! I've seen Tom clean tile and carpet that I thought there was no chance in saving!!! Troop Realestate Agent www.homeswithdebbie@yahoo.com
Debbie Gates
Troop Realestate
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