Tile & Grout Cleaning by Bright & Sunny Premium Cleaning Services.
Over time, tile and grout collects dirt, grease, grime, and bacteria giving it a dark, grungy appearance. We bring your tile & grout back to it’s original color & beauty! Powerful, yet safe and gentle!
Tile and Burat
Tile and stone flooring is common in kitchens, stairs, and bathrooms. Its cleaning process can be divided into three steps:
- Dirt or dust should first be removed with a vacuum cleaner or a broom.
- Have a floor cleaning solution or spray bottle for the appropriate floor. If you are cleaning stone floors (marble, granite, travertine, etc.), make sure the cleaning agent states that it is for stones. An acidic tile cleaning solution can be used on ceramic and porcelain floors
- After spraying the tile or stone floors in a small area, use a mop to clean and scrub floors.
Vinyl Composite Tile
Vinyl composite tile or VCT is a common commercial floor type. Cleaning this type of floor is done with either a mop and bucket or with an floor scrubber. VCT requires a polymer coating or floor finish to protect it. This needs to be kept clean with dust mopping and wet cleaning. (i.e. wet mopping or floor scrubber)
Tile and Grout Cleaning
Grout is a particularly fluid form of concrete used to fill gaps. Grout is generally a mixture of water, cement, and sand, and is employed in pressure grouting, embedding rebar in masonry walls, connecting sections of pre-cast concrete, filling voids, and sealing joints such as those between tiles. Filling in tiles of shower floors and kitchen tiles is a common use for grout in the household. Considering it is often color tinted, it will remain visible. In addition, Grout may also sometimes include fine gravel when being used to fill large spaces such as the cores of concrete blocks). Unlike other structural pastes such as plaster or joint compound, correctly mixed and applied grout forms a waterproof seal.
Tile and Grout Cleaning
Although both grout and its close relative mortar are applied as a thick emulsion and harden over time, grout is distinguished by its high viscosity and lack of lime (added to mortar for pliability), Therefore, grout is thin so it flows readily into gaps and mortar is thick enough to support not only its own weight, but also that of masonry placed above it.