Many homeowners don’t often pay too much attention to their floors, until they start to look soiled and dingy that is. While you may spend some time sweeping, mopping, and cleaning your tile flooring, can you remember the last time you performed grout removal?
Grout is a porous material, which makes it susceptible to absorbing liquid and dirt. Without professional tile and grout cleaning in Tacoma, you could have mold, mildew, and other materials staining your grout, causing your flooring to look filthy. Cleaning grout on your own is not easy and is often not as effective as you’d like it to be, which is why tile and grout should be left to the professionals, like Accuclean. Keep reading to learn how we can get rid of tile and grout stains.
Causes of Grout Stains
Whether it’s on your floors or on shower walls, grout sits lower than your tile. When you clean your tile, the dirt and water that is rinsed away during the floor cleaning process often gets stuck in the grout, leaving you with floors that almost look dirtier than cleaner. Small particles get down into the grout, and even the most vigorous scrubbing likely won’t be able to lift it out. That’s why it’s best to call the floor cleaners at Accuclean, who know the best methods of cleaning grout. Our experts have the right tools, products, and equipment for the job and will leave you with like-new floors.
Steps of Tile and Grout Cleaning
When you schedule a tile and grout cleaning with Accuclean, the first step involved is vacuuming up any loose dirt in the area. This will help remove any surface dirt on the tile and grout. Next, we use our state-of-the-art tile and grout cleaning products to help loosen up the gunk that’s deep within the pores of the flooring. From there, we initiate the cleaning process. Once finished, any residue will be removed, and our team will apply a grout sealant to protect the surface from future states.