Proton, our technicians are trained and certified to provide professional residential and commercial tile and grout cleaning in Melbourne. We utilize cutting edge technology that will achieve outstanding cleaning results. We will revive your tile and grout to its original sparkle and beauty.
Regular home tile and grout cleaning can make the surface of your tiles shiny and new, but it is improbable that your grout will receive the same outcome. Cleaning the grout is always the most primary concern when cleaning. The porous nature of the grout permits soil, debris and other contaminants to become trapped under its surface. Over time, they accumulate over the pores of the natural stone and tiles which cause them to become dirtier, darker, and discoloured. This accumulation also encourages mould, mildew and bacteria to breed.
Our steam dispersion and extraction system blasts the toughest dirt and grime from your tile and grout, or natural stone. The rotating arms spin while injecting hot steam to remove stubborn dirt while the extraction duct vacuums it away. This process involves high pressure steam being applied while capturing the dirty waste water, all in one pass. Since there is no running of waste water, this process makes suitable for an indoor environment.
Our specialized five step cleaning system will rejuvenate your tile and grout to a new condition. This system will rid those stubborn stains and years of grime and dirt accumulations in a safe and efficient manner. We offer tile cleaning Melbourne wide, so call today for a free quote.
The five step tile and grout cleaning system:
Step 1. Tile and Grout Cleaning Inspection
Determine if floor is natural or man-made. Many cleaning products are acid based which is harmful on natural stone, so it is important to identify the floor type.
Step 2. Tile and Grout Pretreatment
Apply pretreatment solution to the hard floor and allow standing for 20 minutes. After this time soils, grime, and other residues will become softened.
Step 3. Mechanically Scrub Surfaces
Mechanically rub the pretreatment solution onto the hard floor to release the dirt and grime.
Step 4. Steam Dispersion and Extraction
Hot steam is dispersed via a rotating arm at high pressure onto the hard floor. At the same time, the pretreatment solution and contaminants are extracted and eliminated by a wet vacuum all in one pass. The waste fluid is controlled to avoid wetting other surfaces nearby.
Step 5. Drying
Facilitate drying by positioning high powered air movers on the floor.