In Ceramic and Grout, Grout Cleaning

At Spotless Carpet Cleaners, we can use powerful technology to clean your ceramic tile and have it looking brand new. Here is how we clean your grout!

Grout

Grout is the filling that sits in between gaps of tile on the floor or the wall. It allows the tiles to adhere properly in the right space. The strip between your tiles prevents anything dropped or spilled on the floor from slipping between or underneath your tiles. Over time the grout will absorb the things that fall onto the ground, like dust, liquids, dirt, and more. To expand the longevity of your grout, it needs to be properly cleaned. Cleaning it is not as simple as one would think. You have to be careful not to scrub too hard, or else it will begin to break apart. If you damage this, you will need to fix it to protect your floors or walls.

Professional Cleaning

A great way to ensure you won’t damage your grout while cleaning it is to hire a professional. Professionals know how to properly clean your space without causing damage. Spotless Carpet Cleaners provides an outstanding cleaning service. We not only clean ceramic and grout, but we can also repair and restore grout until it looks as good as it did when your tile floor was installed.

Oftentimes regular cleaning will not remove a stain found in your grout. This is because, as we stated before, things can absorb into your grout. To ensure we remove all stains, we clean using a high-alkaline compound loaded with surfactants, solvents, and builders. This allows years of built-up grease, oil, and stains to break apart. We apply the compound mix using a HydroForce SX-15, a state-of-the-art tool used to clean hard surfaces.

If you’re interested in learning more about our cleaning, contact us at Spotless Carpet. Since 1975, we have served the carpet, cleaning, and restoration needs for Bristol, Kingsport, and Johnson City, Tennessee.  You can find us online here or call us at (423) 926-9251  to receive an estimate from one of our professional, certified technicians today!