Depending on your experience with cleaning tile and grout, you may have realised at just how stubborn these surfaces can be to clean if you’re not properly prepared. It’s one of those things that seem simple but as you dig deeper, it’s actually quite difficult. In this blog, we’re going to be looking at the ways in which professional tile and grout cleaning services can make your life a whole lot easier.
Saving time with professional tile and grout cleaning
As we mentioned above, tile and grout cleaning can be a very time-consuming and arduous task if not done correctly. So many of our customers have similar stories of how they purchased various cleaning products from their local supermarket and spent hours in the bathroom to only witness a ‘slight’ improvement. This is because of the general nature of these surfacs.
Let’s look at tiles.
After weeks or months of not cleaning your tiles properly, you’ll notice that a stubborn layer of soap scum will begin to form. Depending on where your tiles are located, you’ll also notice their lustrous shine starting to dull. Regular cleaning products have proven to be quite challenging for most of our customers as the time required to restore the tiles back to the near-original state is not worth the effort. You can spend hours scrubbing and end up with a sore back with little results to show!
And what about grout?
The porous nature of grout means that no matter how hard or long you scrub for, chances are that you won’t remove all the discolouration and mould. In order to do this effectively, you’ll need to hit it with some extremely high water pressure. This is the exact method used by our professional cleaners, and the fast results are very surprising. Our specialised equipment expels water at around 1000 psi – and in case you’re wondering, it doesn’t create a mess!
Making your property much more attractive
Once your home has been treated by the professionals, you’ll noticed a huge difference in the overall aesthetics of your property. This makes it particularly attractive to not only your family and other visitors, but if you’re ever going to sell or rent your home.