Dirt coming into the house doesn’t often walk itself out. That means any that gets onto the tile, also gets on to the grout.
Sweeping up the dirt is the first step in a good defense, but the second step may not be so obvious, according to Clean ‘N Fresh owner Norma McCormick.
“Mopping moves water and dirt around on the surface. As the water settles into the grout lines and the water evaporates, it leaves dirt in the grout lines. Over months of cleaning, the grout lines have a lot of dirt build up,” she says.
For the best results, McCormick suggests steam cleaning.
Deep cleaning of grout may be done every 12 to 18 months, depending on the type of cleaning you regularly perform, McCormick recommends.
Clean ‘N Fresh cleaning technicians are trained to identify the best cleaning method required for your tile and grout. If a busy life and schedule have kept you from keeping up with floor cleaning, let us help you take a step to remedy that. We can take care of the tile and grout, as well as your carpets.