Situations for Tile and Grout Cleaning in Glendale, AZ
If you have a lot of tile floors in your business's building, you might be tempted to just mop them up every once in awhile and ignore ongoing damage to the grout lines. However, if you wait too long to thoroughly wash the lines with a steamer, ugly and very hard to address discoloration will be the result. Fortunately, one way to slow down this process without bringing out a steamer every week is to make sure the grout lines are always sealed properly.
Grout is especially sensitive to getting inundated with dirt. Even if you have a mat outside your building and your employees practice relatively good hygiene, some dust and dirt will inevitably get collected between the tiles. While a seal on the tile grout lines will protect them until the next Tile and Grout Cleaning in Glendale, AZ, pressure from the outside debris will wear down the seal more quickly than normal.
Any kind of fluid from your kitchen other than water (or manure from a garden) is an especially serious tile grout hazard. Once the seal goes, the liquid will penetrate deep into the grout. Getting it out will be almost impossible without completely tearing up the tiles. While it won't cause much damage to the grout lines themselves, heavy equipment such as propane tanks and metal safes you drag across the floor will be absolute murder on any sealant you have. If you must drag heavy equipment around in this situation, put some towels on the floor before you start. While you'll still probably damage the grout line sealant, the effect won't be as severe. Call our Tile and Grout Cleaning in Glendale, AZ today to set an appointment.