Magikist Rug and Carpet Cleaning Milwaukee
 
 

Tile & Grout Cleaning

Cleaning and Caring for Tile & Grout

Cleaning tile floors by hand is hard work. It’s messy, uncomfortable—and impossible to get the deep-clean results that come with professional tile and grout cleaning. That’s because grout, which is a porous material, collects dirt, grime and spills, often discoloring the surface.

Magikist Uses a 3-Step Cleaning Process

Cleaning and Caring for Tile & Grout

Step 1 - We will pretreat the grout and tile with a cleaning agent that will loosen its grip on the tile surface. This cleaning agent will be agitated into the tile and grout with bristled brushes.

Step 2 - Using a Turbo Hybrid Hard Surface Cleaning Tools (designed for cleaning ceramic tile and grout) Our technicians will flush out the soils. These tools have high impact jets that allow for the deepest clean possible! Our tools also have a patented automatic vacuum compensator leaving the floors drier. Don’t worry; we take the dirt with us! The dirty water is not recycled into your facility during the cleaning; we always use fresh softened water which is also on our truck. (Our trucks are equipped with 100 gallon fresh water tanks.)

Step 3 - Once the tile and grout have been completely dried, a clear coat sealer will be applied to the tile and grout. The sealer is water based and is excellent for repelling oils and water stains. It also offers ultraviolet protection, helps resist soil, other stains, chemical degradation, biological growth and efflorescence and reduces cracking, spalling and freeze/thaw damage. It is best (if possible) to remain off of the sealed area for 6 hours after completion. Tile is completely cured within 48 hours after application


Magikist also offers a more luxurious sealer for Natural stone!

The product is applied by hand, one tile at a time. A lighltly moistened microfiber sponge is painted across each individual tile and painted into the grout lines also. The sealer is absorbed by the stone. The process is to apply an even coat across the entire tile and grout surface, allow the floor to absorb the sealer and hand buff off the remaining sealer that the stone will not absorb. It is a time consuming and detail-oriented process.


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