Cleaning grout on tile floor surfaces by utilizing pressurized steam is relatively new to the market place but is something every home and business owner should consider for maintaining their tiles and grout.
The days of getting down on your hands and knees to clean your tile and grout are long over and the ability to turn the clock back on your floor, wall and bathroom tiles to a point where they look just like the day they were installed is now easier than ever.
The advantages of using steam over traditional methods such as mopping, scrubbing or using pressurized spray is the ability of steam to penetrate, dissolve and remove years of food stains, mildew, mold, chemicals and of course normal foot traffic which brings so many types of dirt and bacteria into our homes and businesses every day.
Every time we mop, scrub or try to spray away the dirt and grime we are actually just moving the dirt and bacteria around a wider surface area and for the short term it may have the appearance of being clean but in reality its just as dirty as before but has been diluted and spread out.
Here is a simple way to find out if your floors are clean or if you have just been diluting and moving the dirt around on your floor tiles.
Pull out your fridge or have a look in the closet if your tiles continue in to it. Do those floor tiles or grout look anything like the rest of your kitchen, hallway or floor area?
I am willing to bet your answer is an emphatic “no”
You have just discovered what your tiles and grout use to resemble when they were first installed and its the same for all homes and businesses alike as it is something that gradually occurs over time and we are unable to detect that change without comparison so we come to view it as normal.
After watching the video you can see that it is far more efficient and effective using steam to get the deep penetration needed to remove years of stain and grime from your floors and restore it to its original condition.
Keep in mind before you rush out and buy a steam cleaner from a retail outlet for a few hundred dollars with the thought of cleaning your own grout and tiles that they are not really designed for that kind of heavy cleaning and you may come away a little disappointed after trying to use it on your floors or walls.
The equipment shown in the video above is from DUPRAY the manufacturer for professional and industrial cleaning equipment and of course comes with a hefty price tag attached which is why you should consider hiring a professional company for that first major cleaning which takes about a day to perform.
After that you can carry on with your normal maintenance routine or set up a once a year maintenance visit by the cleaning company which will keep your tiles and grout gleaming like new for years to come.
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