GROUT CLEANING SAN ANTONIO

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We Provide the Best Grout Cleaning Service in San Antonio

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If you are looking for a deep grout cleaning then you might want to look into hiring a professional.

It is important to know how the grout reacts to different chemicals but also other types of flooring such as marble, ceramic tile, and vinyl flooring. If it is not done properly, you might damage your grout.

There is nothing more valuable than an experienced grout cleaner not only for the knowledge about materials but also for the state-of-the-art technology and equipment to get the best results possible.

In Texan Cleaners we count on the experience and knowledge necessary to get the job done properly taking care of your grout with high-quality products and the best equipment.

Our Cleaning Process

Our cleaning process also includes applying a harmless tile and grout pre-spray detergent, then brushing the tile and grout with the high power Brush-Pro 20.

Any spills on your grout should no be absorbed and bead instead. If spills do not bead, your grout probably needs to be sealed. When needed, grout sealer can be applied to restore damaged grout.

Should you choose the option of sealing your grout, our premium grout sealer will protect your grout and prevent spills from absorbing and minimize discoloration from dirt. A sealer does not make grout stain proof. It does inhibit the penetration of substances that may discolor the grout.

The best time to have your grout sealed is after our professional grout cleaning or if your tiled area is brand new. Over time, harsh cleaners can destroy the sealant making it necessary to re-apply.

 

Why Texan Cleaners Service Is The Best For Grout Cleaning?

  • We know dirt, and we know how to deal with it.
  • We have the best techniques.
  • We always have a budget plan for your service.
  • We have the toughest equipemnt with the latest state-of-the-art technology.

As Grout is porous, it absorbs soils, dirt, and grease easily. Overtime, mopping your tile floor adds soil to your grout as the mop water becomes dirty. In Texan Cleaners, we know which type of tile and grout cleaning solutions to use on each different type of surface. For instance, there are certain grout cleaning solutions that will work on ceramic tile and some will not. 

Also, our cleaning technique which consists of using the powerful spinning hydro force SX-15 machine, along with the superheated steam cleaning solutions of the 35 horsepower super vacuum extractor will blast dirt and grime from the tile and grout. This vacuum removes all leftover detergent and dirty water, leaving your floor shiny and clean. The water that is used has chemicals that break down the dirt and grime in the grout while it is being removed. After the water is extracted, the remaining grout becomes much lighter and has a brighter appearance.

Whether you need a thorough cleaning of your floor or need your entire bathroom scrubbed and polished, we can take care of all of that and more. Texan Cleaners can accommodate your needs. Whether you need your floors sealed again, have stubborn stains removed, or just have a deep clean done of your entire home, we have the tools and manpower to do it. All you have to do is let us know what you want done.

Grout Cleaning Tools and Chemicals

There are many types of grout cleaning tools that you can use at home, but this will not replace a professional grout cleaning service because of the technical knowledge about the materials that it is necessary in order to clean it properly and deeply. Nevertheless, we are going to explain briefly about some of them.

Many use hydrogen peroxide as a grout cleaner. This product works well on ceramic, but it may react with certain types of floor tiling. There are commercial products that combine hydrogen peroxide with other chemicals, but they won’t replace a professional grout cleaning.

Baking soda works well as a tile grout cleaner because of how it leaves a fine and residue-free powder. This residue-free powder acts as a penetrating agent. When it comes in contact with grout lines, it lifts dirt and stains right from the tile grout itself. By mixing water and the baking soda solution together, you can create a cleansing agent that will remove dirt and stains from tile floors. But you might have to be careful about using it because it might change some characteristics of your tile.

This grout steam cleaner tool allows you to get a deep cleanse of your grout. With this solution, you simply pour it onto a pad and then gently scrub the pads in a circular motion. This will not only remove the dirt but will leave a beautiful shine on your grout. These steam cleaners work by spraying water on the dirt, grime and then cleaning with hot water.

Another chemical that might work getting deep into the dirt and grime that has built up within your grout. The chlorine bleach might help to get rid of the hardest stains and the grout dirt that can stick around. But it is a toxic chemical, so it might be dangerous for your family, pets, and once the damage is done to the grout, it can’t be undone. 

Another way to achieve grout and tile cleaning results is to make use of a stiff-bristled brush. This tool is actually designed specifically to remove and extract dirt from tile floors. They feature special bristles made from rubber, stainless steel, or a combination of different materials that create a gripping action with hard bristles to pick up and remove dirt and debris embedded deep within the grout.

Scrub brushes work because they scrub the grout cleaner deep into the pores of the grout to loosen and dislodge dirt and stains. The scrubbing action will loosen and dislodge all kinds of dirt and stains including chocolate brown stains from old food stains, tar, grease, and stains from different kinds of vegetation. Using a regular broom would be impossible because the large areas of the floor would be strewn with dirt and debris. These brushes work well on hard tile and grout.

Yes and no, as long as you use it in the correct way and only as directed. Using too much or too strong of a product is not going to do anything for your grout, but it is going to end up making your grout worse off than it was to start with. If your grout is colored (beige, dark blue, black) then bleach will also cause the color to break down also. 

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WE ALSO REMOVE FLOOR WAX

Wax buildup on tiles is not only ugly but dangerous.

If you have a spot on the floor that looks like a brown or blackish messy spot, you have wax.

Water and vinegar might be useful to remove this wax, but they will never remove the stain completely.

We are professionals at cleaning tiles and removing wax from tiles. We take our work seriously and we put our word on it.

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