There is more than just splashing chemical and water on the floor to cleaning grout. Grout is a natural low point in the floor, as such it is a natural collection point for soils. The number one contributor to the soiling of grout is your mop. If you wet mop a floor all you are doing in moving dirt across the floor and allowing it to collect in grout joints.
Our cleaning process lifts the soils off the floor and from the grout joint. We always pre-treat the soiled area with a degreasing agent that breaks down and emulsifies the soils. The second, and arguably most important, part of our process is the addition of heat. We use a hot water hard surface cleaning system that breaks the emulsified soils from the surface and extracts the solution from the floor.
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