Are you embarrassed about the appearance of your tile flooring, but unsure of what to do about it?
We understand. But you may be wondering what exactly that grime on your tile and in your grout lines is. And how did it get there?
The irony of tile and stone floors is that while you would expect them to be easier to clean than carpeting, in reality, they are oftentimes just as challenging, if not more so. But the tile isn't normally the big problem. The big problem lies in the grout lines between the tiles. Not only are they made of porous material that soaks up liquid, these lines are recessed below the surface of the tile. When you mop your tile, you're just pushing the dirt from the surface of the tile into these narrow lines.
What's collecting in your grout lines?
Human Urine (bathroom tile)
And anything else that has dropped on your floor or come in on your shoes.
And if that's not enough to make you cringe, let's not forget that all this makes for the perfect breeding ground for bacteria!
As you can imagine, with all this junk in your grout lines, properly cleaning it out won't just make your floor look fantastic again. It's going to be clean and sanitized! In fact, you're likely to even notice a difference with how your room and/or house smell!
Many people feel compelled to do something about their dirty tile & grout for aesthetic reasons. But the truth is, when they get their tile and grout properly cleaned and restored, they quickly realize the health benefits too. No longer do they have an unsanitary floor or the odor that a dirty floor can give off.
So, what can you do about your dirty tile & grout or other hard-surfaces? You can spend a lot of time and money to have them replaced. Or for a fraction of the cost, you can have them restored!
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