Thursday, 29 January 2015

Commercial ceramic and porcelain tile cleaning in Cambridge

Art of Clean has been cleaning tile and stone floor for around 10 years. It is very important to identify what type of stone or tile you are dealing with to be able to use the correct products and the correct sealer.
 
What happened during our ceramic tile cleaning process?


1- We inspect your floor: This is to identify any limitations like stain removal, loss of loose grout surrounding surfaces sensitive to cleaning solutions and any other areas that needs consideration before the cleaning starts

2- Dry soil removal: we will remove any dry soil and dirt before any water based cleaning takes place Apply cleaning solution to the floor/wall: This can be by means of sprayer or directly from a container with pre-mixed cleaning solutions

3- Agitation: This is done by means of a rotary cleaning machine or by hand depending on the areas to be cleaned.

4- Rinse: Slurry (Dirt from the floor and cleaning solution mixed together) with our pressurised cleaning equipment. This step allows us to clean areas of your wall or floor that is not reachable with any other form of cleaning (scrubbing)

5- Drying: After the cleaning process has been completed, we will clean up and dry any areas. In cases where stone or tile has a high porosity, drying can take up to 12 hours

6- Impregnation: an impregnator penetrates the grout and acts as a repellent.

Sometimes we have to repeat the cleaning process as described above to ensure optimum results.



If you have a tiled floor that you strugle to get clean or keep clean call us today on 01223 863632 for help and advice

Art of Clean is a specialist cleaning firm in: 






Working for domestic or commercial clients throughout Cambridgeshire, Essex, Suffolk and Hertfordshire.

For more information on our services contact our friendly team on 01223 863632 or email us at info@artofclean.co.uk


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