McCreary’s Healthy Homes Inc.
Professional Tile & Grout Cleaning in Haslett, MI
What is grout?
First, cement grout is the most common, but it’s a porous. According to Merriam-Webster.com, Porous is defined: “having small holes that allow air or liquid to pass through.” Cement-based grout and comes in sanded and unsanded varieties. This type of grout stains easily and is hard to clean.
Second, epoxy emulsion is a combination of cement and epoxy resins. This type of grout is also not stain proof, due to the mixture with cement, which is a porous. Although, epoxy emulsion has a better chemical resistance than 100% cement based grout it’s still challenging to clean.
Third, there are 100% solid epoxy grouts. Some epoxy grouts are integrated with Teflon that are almost stain proof and wipe clean. This grout is made with epoxy resins and a filler powder.
Lastly, grout is used to fill the space between ceramic, stone and glass tiles. No matter what grout you choose or have, it needs to be cleaned. Furthermore, if you have any questions, call (517) 484-6908 for a FREE estimate. McCreary’s Healthy Homes Inc. will let you know “How do I clean Tile and Grout in Haslett MI.”
How do I clean tile and grout in Haslett MI?
Tile is easy to clean! Most tile doesn’t absorb dirt or occur stains. A bucket of water works just fine to clean tile. If you do use a cleaning product make sure it’s an alkaline cleaner like (Spic and Span, Mr. Clean, etc.)
On the other hand, grout can be difficult and stubborn. Depending if the grout is cement-based or 100% epoxy will determine the challenge. Not to mention, it will dictate what method you will use to clean the grout. When cleaning epoxy grout it can be as simple as wiping it down, but a cement-based grout you have your work cut-out for you.
In conclusion, there are a bunch of homemade and conventional ways to clean grout. The traditional way to clean grout is a bucket, bleach, and a toothbrush or a grout brush.
McCreary’s Healthy Homes Inc. cleans tile and grout in Haslett, MI with traditional and technology. Using a truck-mounted system, we pre-spray, scrub grout with our grout brush, clean and rinse tile & grout with a high pressure of water. In addition, PSI (Pounds Per Square Inch), is the amount of water pressure.
In either case, the most important part of cleaning is rinsing and extracting. If you do not rinse and extract you will be leaving a residue behind and will attract dirt.
All things considered, for your convenience call (517) 484-6908 if you’d like to know “How do I clean tile and grout in Haslett MI.”