Hard surface flooring like wood, stone, laminate and ceramic tile are becoming increasingly popular. One of its’ top selling points is that it is easy to clean and lasts longer. However, just because hard surface cleaning is easier doesn’t mean that they shouldn’t be cleaned at all. Repetitive use can still grind dirt into hard surfaces and high traffic areas will still become scuffed, dirty and dull.
Sweeping every other day and mopping once a week are a good way to maintain your hardwood floors or tile. But what about the deep stains in your grout? Or does it seem like the sealant you bought at your local Home Depot doesn’t seem to be doing its job?
Because of the many new materials on the market, hard surface cleaning can be more complex than you think. A cleaner your great-aunt used for her hardwood floors may not be ideal for your grout and tile cleaning job. Some maintenance tricks using ammonia or vinegar can actually have a negative effect on certain sealants.
Hiring a professional will not only provide the proper maintenance of waxing, stripping, burnishing, buffing and scrubbing, but also a wealth of knowledge on hard surface cleaning. They will be able to tell you what products to use and what to avoid.
Rainbow International’s experts are IIRC certified! Give us a call today to get your Greeley grout and tile cleaning done.