When was the last time you accidentally splattered tomato sauce all over your kitchen floor? Have you ever spilled soap in the bathroom while washing up? If this has happened to you, don’t worry – we’re here to help! As your Fairfield and Westchester County cleaning experts, we’ve compiled a list of three FAQ’s to put your mind at ease about stains and spills on your tile floor:
Where is my tile most likely to get dirty?
To put it simply: the bathroom and the kitchen! It’s easy for your grout to quickly absorb all the humidity, mildew, and soap scum your bathroom is susceptible to. And while you may not have to worry about mildew in the kitchen, be wary of food spills and cooking oils! Already had a spilling accident? Let the textile specialists at Triple S help you get your grout to sparkle again!
Why does my tile grout stain?
Most people don’t realize that the grout lines between their tile or all natural stone floors are very porous. In other words, it’s easy for spills to seep through the lines between tile – especially if yours is white! If you want to camouflage any dirt, your best bet is to opt for darker grout. However, if you’ve already installed a light color grout, a professional sealing can keep your floors protected!
How often should I clean my tile?
We recommend that you get a professional cleaning and sealing every 12 to 24 months, which of course depends on how often you’re in the room. For every cleaning you schedule with Triple S, we give you a fresh bottle of Balance Neutral PH Cleaner so you can take matters into your own hands and keep floors looking fresh and sealed all year round! Of course, you should still call the experts for the best results.
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For professional grout and tile cleaning, call the textile specialists at Triple S. And don’t forget to connect with us on social media for more cleaning tips and updates! Nobody knows more about the care and maintenance of natural tile and stone than we do.
We have three main plant locations:
Norwalk Plant | 337 Westport Avenue
Stratford Plant | 1800 Stratford Avenue