We Make Your Tile & Grout Look Like NEW AGAIN!™
Do you remember what your fresh, vibrant kitchen or bathroom tile used to look like? Years of traffic and layers of in-home cleaning agents can slowly turn your once beautiful flooring into a lackluster hub of bacteria. Just like carpet, tile and grout need routine professional treatment to restore cleanliness and shine. That's where we step in! Check out our video below to see why we’re Northern Virginia, Maryland, and DC's first choice in tile and grout cleaning! Say goodbye to your "clean enough" kitchen and bathrooms, and choose Ayoub™ Carpet Service to revive the look of your home. Call us today at (703) 255-6000 to get a quote or schedule online now.
Our Tile Cleaning Process
The process is result oriented, as we use the best cleaning agents available for maximum results. The product breaks down old cleaning materials, soils, and grease, along with other over the counter cleaning products that may have been used. We then use a specifically designed grout brush to scrub the grout lines as thoroughly as possible. The crew will then utilize a specialized tile wand that uses a spinning twin jetted cleaning head to rinse and extract the soils all at the same time, leaving the floor looking rejuvenated.
Sealing Tile Grout
Keep in mind that even the best cleaning methods have limitations. These limitations are specifically associated with the grout lines. The material that is used in grout lines is extremely porous, much like a sponge. When grout is not sealed or has not been resealed in years, it can and will absorb spills of all kinds, which is when the limitations of cleaning are most exposed. The cleaning process is a surface cleaning and cannot penetrate deep into the grout material, this can result in splotchy darker grout (stains that cannot be removed in between clean grout). Another condition to be aware of is painted or damaged grout. If grout is damaged or painted it is best to only clean with very low pressure or by hand as high-pressure cleaning can cause damaged grout to disengage or the paint to peal up off the grout line.