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Hard Floors

 

Floor Tile & Grout Cleaning (also useful on Vinyls and Natural Stone)

The new approach to this old problem is the use of the right tools. We work with very powerful machinery which stays in the van due to it’s size and weight.

A purpose built tile and grout enclosed tool  is attached to long pressure and vacuum hoses connected back to our truck mounted cleaning machine and, after preparation of the flooring with special emulsifiers, this tool then simply rinses off the trapped soiling with all the slurry being extracted back down the long hoses to a waste tank in our van.

 

The Problem

Traditional mop and bucket cleaning cannot remove soiling that has accumulated in the grout lines.

 

The Solution

  1. First the dirt, bacteria and grime is released from its anchoring position by applying an emulsifier.
  2. Then pressurised water seeks out unwanted grime, bacteria and chemical residues hidden in microscopic pockets within the tile and grout.
  3. Finally suction removes the dirty water and leaves the tile and grout clean. The combination of hot water, high pressure, emulsifiers and powerful vacuum creates a very effective cleaning process which is safe to use indoors as all water and emulsifiers is kept on the floor without any contamination of working surfaces.

 

We Can Help

Traditional mop and bucket cleaning cannot remove soiling that has accumulated in the grout lines.

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We work with very powerful machinery

A purpose built tile and grout enclosed tool is attached to long pressure and vacuum hoses connected back to our truck mounted cleaning machine.

Once the tile and grout has been cleaned the grout could be sealed. The purpose of sealing the grout is to protect the surface from soil and stains. The grout lines are always below the surface of the tile and behave as “sinks” or “gullies” where soil and water can collect.

Each mopping, while improving the appearance of the tile, will further soil the grout lines. As the mopping progresses, the water becomes more and more soiled.

The soiled water is deposited in the grout lines where the absorbent, rough surface soaks it up and holds it in (anyone who has ever had white coloured floor grout knows it can turn jet black very quickly).  Grout sealers can prevent the grout from absorbing fresh soiling.

It will still be deposited on the grout but it will be easier to remove by general cleaning and much less likely to cause a permanent stain or discolouration.

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