The holidays have come and gone and having family over at your Marana house to share the holidays probably left you with some extensive house cleaning. Your tile and grout floor probably took a beating with the heavy traffic. Dirt and other small particles can get trapped in the pores of the tile and grout. Making your tile and grout look dirty no matter how often you clean them.
Dealing with Dirty Tile
Stained and dirty tiles can definitely bring down the warmth and comfort inside of your home in the Marana area. Most times it takes heavy duty machines and cleaning chemicals to get through the dirt and grime in your tile and grout. Many people think to put off tile cleaning because it’s either too hard or simply because they can’t get great results. When you have a professional come in to clean your tile and grout, they have machines that are not accessible to the public. These professional teams like Commercial Cleaning & Restoration have the knowledge and the skills required to make sure you get great results with your tile and grout.
Dirty Tile Can Start to Smell
These small dirt particles get trapped inside the pores of the tile and grout. Which means that they are keeping in the smell and trapping the dirt inside. Tile can lock in odors from your feet, shoes, drinks, and even food. Over time, this leaves your tile smelling with an odor that can’t be removed unless it’s done professionally. A study that was recently done by the University of Arizona discovered that there were nine different types of bacteria found in grout and tile floors. They also found that many types of these bacteria could lead to infection to your eyes, lungs, or even stomach.
Having professionals come clean your tile and grouted floors can often time be expensive to people, but this is definitely the cheaper way to go instead of having your floors completely replaced. Not only will this save you from having to replace your floors, it will also save you from having a headache and also dealing with the frustration from doing the cleaning on your home.
A great tip to follow after your tile has been cleaned is to vacuum or even sweep before you mop to help reduce dirt particles from getting stuck inside the pores of the tile and grout. Also, only use cleaning particles that have been approved for the job. Using too harsh of chemicals can could damage your floors, making them look worse. A great rule of thumb to follow is if you notice your tile smells, this will be a great reminder to let you know your need to have your tile professionally cleaned again.