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Tile Cleaning Reno NV

Tile Cleaning Reno NV

Tile Cleaning Services by Real Deal Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning

before-after-tile-cleaning Evaluating the condition of your tile- Details are what build quality. Our technicians will inspect for cracks in your grout and note what kind of tile you have. If you have cracks in the grout, be for warned it may suck up in our vacuum. The kind of tile you have, and the types of stains, will tell us what chemicals will work best. Chemistry is relative to everything in this industry. Pre-conditioning the tile – The appropriate pre-spray will then be applied, which may have to sit for fifteen minutes or so, to get best results. Agitation – We will then gently brush the grout and certain stains on the tile to help with the effectiveness of the pre-spray. Extraction – Our buffer will then spray a highly pressurized solution to extract the pre-spray, and neutralize the ph level. At the same time is extracts away all the dirt, and you will immediately be able to see results. Sealing – This step is included, as it is common and imperative to the job. Following behind the cleaning technician, his/her assistant will quickly spray and evenly spread the sealant over the tile. After that the dry time is about fifteen minutes. Your tile is then cleaned and sealed, ready for whatever life has to throw at it!

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Tile Cleaning Tips There are certain things that you can use for your tile and grout cleaning. Vinegar is a mild and affordable cleansing agent and can be used to clean your tiles every day. That said, if you would like to achieve superior results, you may want to mix vinegar with a strong commercial tile cleaner. You can also apply cider vinegar directly to the tile surface or dilute it with same quantity of water. Placing a vinegar solution in a spray bottle makes it convenient to cover the tile and grout with the spray from the spray bottle. Give the solution time to do its work and let it sit for 10 minutes to get it disinfected; this can be followed by scrubbing with a non-metal brush. Next, rinse it with a wet sponge and pat it dry with a towel.