For many homeowners in Reno, Winnemucca, Carson City, Sparks, and the surrounding areas, discolored and dirty grout can be a major obstacle when it comes to home cleanliness. Perhaps you’ve spent hours on your hands and knees scrubbing endlessly but have nothing to show for it except sore knees and still fairly dirty looking grout. If your grout continues to look dingy and dirty no matter how often you clean it, you’re not alone. It can be frustrating to keep tile and grout sparkly clean.
The first step in fixing any problem is properly identifying what’s causing it. After cleaning nearly every type of tile and grout on the market, we’ve identified a common culprit. Understanding it can give every homeowner a chance to have beautiful tile and grout once more.
What Makes Grout And Tile Appear So Dirty?
Immediately homeowners want to point the finger at dirt and spills causing their tile and grout to become so dirty. While this can be attributed to a portion of the problem, it is not the main source of constantly reoccurring dirty tile and grout.
What exactly is to blame then? The most common cause of discolored grout is a combination of grime with sticky residue left behind in the cleaning process. Grout surfaces are extremely porous, and because they’re set lower than tile, this is the ideal spot for residue and dirt to settle. This means that you can often do more harm than good whenever you clean your tile and grout by yourself.
Too much water is often used in the DIY tile cleaning process, especially during normal mopping. The excess moisture, along with dirt-attracting cleaning residue, seeps into the pores of the grout quickly attracting dirt and dust. This causes once cleaned tile and grout to quickly become dirty once more.
For long-lasting results and the healthiest tile and grout, consider utilizing professional services like Chem-Dry. Chem-Dry of Northern Nevada uses top of the industry cleaning technology to significantly minimize the chance of moisture seeping into grout. Our cleaning solution, when combined with a hospital-grade sanitizer, eliminates up to 98.6 percent of bacteria on tile and grout surfaces. We also refresh the protective sealant on your grout in the process—making it more resilient to future mishaps and stains.
Tile And Grout Cleaning In Reno, Nevada
Tile and grout cleaning from Chem-Dry of Northern Nevada is the healthiest and best option for your home’s or business’s next professional cleaning appointment. Just ask one of the many customers we’ve already served about the Chem-Dry tile and grout cleaning difference. Stop wasting hours of your time scrubbing tile and grout and let us help today.