We at Tile and Grout Cleaning Los Angeles can help you. While tile is undoubtedly one of the easiest floor, counter and wall coverings to care for, neglect, improper cleaning techniques and of course, natural wear and tear does take its toll. There's nothing sadder looking than neglected ceramic tile or marble surfaces or Discoloration or Staining or Cracked grout or Wobbly tiles. You may think that you have no choice but to resurface the floors. But before you decide on this drastic step, call on Tile and Grout Cleaning Los Angeles for a free on-site evaluation.
Tile and Grout Cleaning Los Angeles experts use the most up-to-date, modern tile and grout cleaning equipment available to bring the shine back to any floor.
A few facts about grout: Grout is a common material used in various construction jobs, from joint sealing to wall construction to mosaic and tile work. Grout is a porous material made of water, cement, sand and sometimes gravel. Grout variations include the amount of sand or gravel that is used and the addition of color. Grout serves to fill the gaps between tiles. As a permeable material it is not, per se, waterproof. That said, properly applied and sealed grout does, in fact, prevent water from seeping through the gaps between tiles. Compromised grout is not only unsightly, it can lead to leaking.
Tile and Grout Cleaning Los Angeles uses a highly specialized rotary grout cleaning tool, operating at pressures ranging from 600 to 3000 psi, to deliver the highest quality of cleaning available without the risk of damaging your tiles or the grout them.
Some steps Tile and Grout Cleaning Los Angeles suggests to take to maintain your tiled surfaces.
Tile maintenance is a fairly basic task that requires no special equipment or knowledge. In most cases, simply vacuum or sweep away solid particles such as dust, crumbs or any other debris and then wipe clean with a damp cloth. Bathrooms and kitchens may require more attention. Tiled surfaces in the kitchen (especially those used for food preparation) and bathrooms, where mold and mildew can often form, should be cleaned with a gentle all purpose cleaner or a non-toxic, non-abrasive anti-bacterial cleaner.
An important codicil to any tile maintenance document is a warning about overzealous cleaning and grout damage. While some so-called experts will encourage taking out the detergent or ammonia and a scrub-brush (or even a toothbrush) to remove all traces of dirt, bacteria, mildew or discoloration from grout, beware! You might actually do more harm than good. All the brushing and scrubbing can actually damage the grout and exacerbate any existing conditions.CALL Carpet Cleaners Los Angeles at 213-596-0917 for more information.