Ever find yourself frustrated with having to clean your tile and grout? It’s no easy task, especially when there’s a lot of grime and stain build-up to remove. Even with consistent mopping, removing ground in dirt from deep within grout lines is tough for most household cleaners and tools.
Thanks to the team at COIT, our advanced Tile Cleaning and Grout Cleaning will bring dirty grout lines back to life, while restoring a bright shine to your tiles.
Why is Cleaning Your Tile & Grout So Difficult?
Tile cleaning and grout cleaning isn’t exactly a walk in the park. As the years pass, your tile becomes saturated with contaminants and dirt. This causes the grout to turn a darker colour, while your tiles lose a lot of its original shine.
If you’ve tried getting rid of this dark colour in your grout lines, you’ve probably come to realize that household cleaners don’t often succeed in tackling these types of tough stains – especially when you can’t reach the affected area on your own. Because the dirt settles deep within the tile’s pores, it’s nearly impossible to extract it using a spray bottle, brush and cloth.
Using a heated solution, our Tile Cleaning and Grout Cleaning team will loosen and extract contaminants and dirt hiding on the surface of and within your countertops, floors and showers. Combine this solution with vacuum power, followed by a high-pressure rinse, and you’ve gone where most household cleaners simply can’t go!
Fight and Remove Mildew and Grout
After your tile and grout have been thoroughly treated, it’s time to apply a sealer. This sealer will soak deep within your tile and grout, while forming a protective shield against stains for up to 2 years. In addition, your local COIT technician can also apply Grout Colour Sealing* to protect the grout in your bathroom or kitchen.
And for those with porcelain or ceramic tiled surfaces, you’re in luck! COIT also specializes in treating these surfaces, as well as other tile materials like Saltillo, marble, granite, slate, travertine and more. Visit our Natural Stone Care page to learn more about what COIT’s trained technicians can do.
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