High moisture areas, like our bathrooms for example, can be difficult to keep clean! Tile works great in these areas, but unfortunately, because of grout’s porous nature, it can stain easily, or become discolored. And to make matters worse, it’s typically a light color to begin with. So let’s discuss a few ways to keep high moisture areas clean, and that tile looking marvelous! We clean tile and grout all over Austin so if you need service give us a call.
The Mopping Method
Sweeping and mopping are things that you’ll need to do frequently to prevent the buildup of dirt and grime. Incorporate these chores into your weekly routine and you’ll be much better off. When mopping, start with the mildest cleaning solution before moving onto stronger ones. Use your trusty mop, and work from the furthermost corner and outward. Some other services you might not be aware of that we offer are natural stone and marble cleaning.
The Scrubbing Method
Now, it’s important to remember here to not use abrasive materials on your tile- or you’ll risk scratching it, which would be quite counterproductive. You’ll need a scrub brush, but not one that’s going to scratch your beautiful tile! Try to find something in between. And if this method doesn’t work out for you, move straight onto…
The Steam Cleaning Method
This is the best method for taking care of tile and grout! A professional grade steam cleaning machine can reach deep within the pores of grout and extract dirt and grime! And the best part is that it can do this without the use of chemicals. Nothing but hot water and high water pressure go into steam cleaning! It’s efficient and effective!
If your tile and grout is in need of a deep cleaning, or your whole bathroom, at that- don’t hesitate to call in your leading professional steam cleaning and restoration company in Austin, TX: The Steam Team! We have over a decade of experience cleaning homes and offices alike, and can’t wait to make your bathroom sparkle! Voted best tile cleaning company in Austin, Texas by the Austin Monthly Magazine.