Dirt Free Tile and Grout. Moorestown Tile & Grout Cleaning

A tile and grout cleaning service has just performed a professional cleaning of your lovely tile flooring. Your tiles are now spotless, and your grout appears to be like new. Your tile and grout will not always be as clean, no matter how hard you try, so how can you keep them clean for as long as possible following a professional cleaning?

You can keep your tile and grout looking good for a long time after professional cleaning if you take certain preventative precautions and use easy cleaning techniques.

Unfortunately, even with these tips, you can never have tile and grout cleaning as good as Majestic offers.


Shower Tile Cleaning

Wiping and spraying down your bath and shower are two simple things you can do daily to maintain your tiles clean. A simple wipe can go a long way toward preserving your tiles and grout in the long run.

Wipe the tile and glass dry after your shower before spraying them with a light shower cleaner. Then all you have to do is turn the water back on to clean it up. This will not only keep your shower tiles clean but will also help to prevent mildew problems.

If you want to avoid discoloration over time, you can undertake a thorough clean every week or two by adding baking soda to your grout cleaning procedure and giving it a good scrub.


How to Clean Tile Floors

Although tile flooring is considerably easier to maintain than carpets, you still have much foot traffic carrying dirt and debris across it. That's why you should spend some time cleaning your tiles regularly, starting with a vacuum or a broom.

When sweeping, try to use a broom with soft bristles because it will remove dirt more effectively. Use the various brush attachments on a vacuum to help eliminate dust effectively. Before you start mopping your floor, make sure you vacuum or sweep it.


Keeping Tile Floors Clean

Before drying the tiles, mop them with soap and then water. You can let them air dry, but wet spots can be avoided by using a lint-free towel.

When it comes to mopping, avoid sponge mopping. Sponge mops can make your job more difficult since they direct unclean water into your grout, making it more difficult to clean. Instead, opt for a chamois or rag mop.

When mopping, avoid using too much detergent because you may end up with a coating of residue on your tile surface. While mopping your entire house, change the water you're frequently using to avoid reusing dirty water in different areas.

Also, make a point of wiping up spills as soon as possible. Allowing them to sit on the floor surface makes them more difficult to remove afterward.


Cleaning Tile and Grout

Grout is a porous material that absorbs water, debris, and dirt, changing the color and appearing stained. Preventative steps, such as mats at your front door, will go a long way toward reducing the quantity of dirt brought into your home.

When mopping your floors, take care not to over-wet them. Each time you mop, try to mop a smaller area and concentrate on getting each area clean.

Seal Grout With Moorestown Tile & Grout Cleaning Experts

Grout can be sealed to make it more water-resistant. It won't be as prone to damage, stains, or discoloration, and it'll last longer looking new and clean. Mildew and mold don't like wet and warm settings so that they won't grow on your grout, and your grout seal will keep the region dry.

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