Tile and Grout Cleaning
If you have ever watched your carpets being cleaned, you might have noticed the process used in cleaning your carpets. The technician first applies a pre-spray, applies some agitation to the carpet and then cleans the carpet with the cleaning wand. Tile cleaning is done using the same process.
The cleaning wand for tile utilizes two high pressure spray jets to blast your tile and grout with 200 degree Fahrenheit water at 900 psi. The water that is used is immediately vacuumed up off of the floor by the wand. No messy water left on your floor to re-stain your grout once you have it clean.
Tile and Grout Sealing
Once the tile and grout are cleaned, the floor must dry completely for 24 hours before a sealer can be applied to the floor. Many tiles come sealed from the mill, but the grout is not. In most cases the grout is the only portion of the floor that needs to be sealed. Most sealers are good for two years from the date of application.