Conroe Tile and Grout Cleaning
Tile and grout are essential in rooms like kitchens and bathrooms. When you need your floor looking pristine, Oxi Fresh’s Conroe tile and grout cleaning can help.
It can be frustrating when the beauty of your tile floor is lost due to dirt and other residues. Maybe you have children who tend to spill drinks and food in the kitchen. Perhaps lots of folks coming and going have left the tile in the foyer looking rather grim. Whatever the case may be, Oxi Fresh Carpet Cleaning can help.
Using our remarkable cleaning system, we’ll thoroughly clean your floors and leave them looking years younger. So say goodbye to dirty tile and grout and hello to fresher, brighter floors! Book today by dialing us at 936-571-1200. We can’t wait to serve you!
How We Clean Tile and Grout
We follow a multi-step process that ensures we are thorough and efficient. This specialized method can eliminate years of build-up from your floors.
Here is an overview of what to expect when you book a tile and grout cleaning in Conroe with Oxi Fresh:
First, we will start by examining the tile and grout that you want us to clean. We’ll want to identify any areas that might have damage, as well as heavily soiled areas that will require extra focus.
Next, we’ll vacuum the tile and grout. We do this to remove any debris on the surface that could act as an abrasive.
We will then apply our Oxi Stone Cleaner solution, which will go after the dirt and grime with a vengeance. It’s an amazing Conroe tile and grout cleaning product!
Next, we’ll need to agitate the tile and grout to further the cleaning power of the Oxi Stone Cleaner. We’ll do this by scrubbing the floor with our special cleaning machine.
Once the product has done its work, we’ll extract it and the dirt it broke down. If we find any grout with extensive staining, we’ll use our Oxi Restore solution. This product is designed to treat the toughest of grout stains.
Step 6 (Optional)
Once we’re done, you can choose an additional service. Our grout protectant helps shield the porous material of grout from absorbing new stains. This is an excellent way to protect the investment you’ve put into your floors.