Many home owners don’t notice the condition of their Tile & Grout and other hard surfaces until they become visibly soiled. Dirt often accumulates gradually over time. Because we are in our homes, we hardly notice it. Grout is porous and, as a result, easily absorbs dirt and grease. Spills such as wine, lemonade and greasy substances will cause marks and patches in your floor. Grout between tiles, particularly in damp areas, will become dirty and unattractive due to a build up of mold and mildew. By the time it’s finally noticeable, layer upon layer of stains, bacteria, and mineral deposits will have built up into a severe condition that is virtually impossible to be cleaned by the homeowner. Deep South Floor Care uses the latest methods and products available to effectively clean and sanitize your ceramic and porcelain tiled areas. Our cleaning system will leave your tile and grout dirt and residue free.
Six Step Tile and Grout Cleaning Process:
- Pre-Treat Tile and Grout-Alkaline based degreasing solution is mopped onto the area and allowed to dwell up to twenty minutes. This loosens accumulated soil, grease, contaminants, and topical residues.
- Power Scrub Surfaces-Special surrogated brushes agitate the grout lines as well as the tile surface. Edge and Baseboard cleaning is done at this time.
- Turbo Rinse-Tile and Grout is rinsed using pressure heated water. All water, cleaning solutions and contaminates are captured and extracted away in one process. The cleaning system is completely fluid controlled with no over wetting of any other surfaces.
- Repeat Process (Steps 1, 2 & 3 above)-Above process is repeated using a low PH restorative cleaner that works on staining, discoloration, grout haze and soap scum.
- Speed Dry/Inspection-Removes any remaining water on the surface, place high powered air movers as needed to dry tile and grout lines. Spot cleaning of any stains found.
- Grout Preservation System: Grout sealer is applied. This creates a barrier to help prevent future stains. (This is done at an additional charge)
Types of Tile Cleaned:
Some Stone Surfaces