There is an easier way to clean the soiled grout – just call me and I will be glad to give you a free estimate. Call (336) 653-6799 Or email me at email@example.com
Today there is a growing trend in ceramic and natural stone floors. The use of stone and man made stone is on the rise all over the world. These floors greatly enhance the beauty of your home. In order for these floors to continue to look good, there has to be preventative maintenance performed.
When you have these floors you also have grout lines that have to be cleaned. This grouted surface can be challenging from the cleaning stand point. Yes, many people have been on their hands and knees scrubbing the grout with small brushes. Days later it would look just as dirty as it did before you started cleaning. So what is the answer to this frustrating dilemma? Call me for a free estimate.
The reason grout is so difficult to clean is because of its porous nature. Cooking oils, grease and everyday soil eventually works their way down into these pores and becomes trapped. You have to flush out that ground-in soil with hot pressurized water. Hot water will clean those grout pores. The tools that I use does exactly that. It flushes the soil out of the grout pores and makes it look new again.
If you have stone floors or counter tops - do you realize that you need to keep your stone sealed? When soft drinks, fruit juices, and other matter are spilled – if not cleaned in a quick manner – those juices can seep into your stone and become permanent stains.
You can do a test to determine if your stone has a good seal. Take 1 or 2 tablespoons of water and pour it on your stone. If the water stays suspended for 3-5 minutes – you have a good seal. If the water seeps into the stone within 3-5 minutes, you need to re-apply a sealer. These sealers need to be applied once every 1 – 2 years. I can seal your stone floors or counter tops.
Call me and I will be glad to give you a free estimate.
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