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Bathroom Tile and Grout Cleaning

Tile and grout on walls, shower tiles, or tile floors, bathroom tile and grout is considered one of the toughest tiles to keep clean. Build up from shampoo, soap, oil and dirt tend to stick like glue to tiled surfaces. Since tiles are typically used in spaces that are steamy, wet or moist the majority of the time, mold and mildew are also a common problem. Our fully trained technicians using our high pressure cleaning process can get rid of most of these problems. If tile and grout cleaning is done on a regular basis, your basic bathroom cleaning time will be greatly reduced and become much more manageable.

Why should I have my grout lines sealed?

Grout is a porous material that absorbs soil and spills. Having a sealant applied will help create a protective barrier, giving you more time to clean up dirt and liquid spills before they soak into the grout.  Sealing your grout lines allows you to properly maintain your tile while also prolonging the life of your investment

Why spend thousands of dollars with bathroom remodel!

The bathroom is one of the most important areas of the home to keep clean. If receives all the dirt and grime not only from you and your family but also from any guests that use the facilities. To prevent any unhygienic build up, the bathroom should be cleaned thoroughly on a weekly basis, with baths or showers wiped down following each use. As well as brand name household products, there are a number of natural substances and alternative products that can clean your bathroom just as effectively. Below are listed a variety of methods for cleaning the separate areas of the bathroom, ensuring that it looks and smells fresh and clean for everyone to use.
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We can Clean and Seal bathroom tile and grout

“All Tile Cleaning “Tile and Grout Cleaning is specialist in all aspects of tile and grout cleaning and this includes your bathrooms!  Grout joints will typically begin to deteriorate and discolor in the tub or shower area over a period of time while your tiles themselves never lose their original beauty and shine and will clean up very well.  The grout on the other hand sometimes will not clean up and has to be cut out and replaced to give the customer that "new" look at a fraction of the cost of a remodel! We always try to clean the grout lines first before we recommend grout replacement.

Removing Mold and Mildew

Mix up a 50/50 solution of water and bleach and put it into a spray bottle. Spray it on the whole stained area, wait about 30 minutes then spray it down or rinse it off and then wipe it clean. You can also use a scrub brush if you need some extra scrubbing power.

Remove Mold & Mildew on Ceramic Tile

Clean the ceramic tile with a mixture of cleaning solutions: 1/2 cup of ammonia, 1/2 cup of plain white vinegar, and 1/4 cup of washing soda and then mix with gallon of warm water. Note: Do not mix (ever) bleach and ammonia. Rinse it thoroughly. For very heavy mildew stains, try the commercial mold and mildew removers. Make sure you use goggles and gloves though. The ingredients are caustic. Just a note never to mix ammonia and bleach. The combination will give off a toxic gas which is very harmful. You can also apply pure chlorine bleach for extra strength bleaching power. Leave the bleach on for about 15 minutes then rise and scrub with a brush if needed.

Regular Tile Cleaning

Tile can be cleaned with a variety of things but vinegar, baking soda, salt and lemon juice are the best, least expensive and most effective products to clean with.
Try this mixture to create a paste that will get most any soap scum built up on tile.
1 cup salt
1 cup baking soda
1 cup vinegar
Mix these ingredients together to create a paste and rub them on with a non-abrasive sponge to attack most anything stuck on the tile.

Cleaning Shower Curtains: Mold and Mildew

Shower curtains are another source of problems when it comes to keeping tile clean. Shower curtains often brush against the tile either on the floor or on the walls. Shower curtains are notorious for collecting all sorts of soap scum and mildew. One thing you can do immediately upon buying a new shower curtain is cut off the seam at the bottom. That seam has no real purpose since plastic won’t unravel. It just collects mold. Cutting it off resolves that problem. Spraying it regularly with straight white vinegar will cut down on the mildew and using lemon juice on a sponge every so often will cut down on the soap scum.
Tile Grout Replacement
Tile Grout Replacement:- Don’t let this household project scare you. If you can stand to be on your knees for a couple of hours, replacing tile grout can be done by just about anyone. Buy the grout replacement mix from you local hardware or home improvement store.
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