Humidity. It’s that element in the weather that takes a 90 degree day and turns it into a miserable afternoon. Additionally, it can create a perfect environment for mold and mildew to grow in your grout and tile. Really, it’s what makes cleaning a challenge.
When most people think of cleaning their tile and grout, they often think of bleach and a scrubbing brush.
There are a host of problems with that approach. First, to attack the cleaning problem with your tile and grout, you’ll have to plan on getting down on your hands and knees. That can be a challenge to bad knees or a bum back.
Next, let’s talk about the toxic fumes. Bleach is a very potent chemical. Using it for cleaning your grout and tile can be dangerous to your health. This is especially true for those with breathing limitations, such as asthma or COPD.
Finally, you have to be willing to sacrifice whatever clothing you’re wearing to the “bleach monster”. No matter how hard you try to be careful, invariably, there will be some splattering of bleach. And, as you know, once you have a bleach spot, you might as well toss that piece of clothing into the “work clothes” section of your closet.
As you can tell, we don’t recommend the DIY approach.
After all, why would you go through all of those headaches when you can call Dr. Clean Carpet to take care of cleaning your grout and tile?
Not only can we get your tile and grout clean, but we can also seal it…to protect it from future stains. This is a great money saver to you. It drastically reduces the amount of cleaning needed.
So, get up off your knees and give us a call. Your knees and back will thank you!