What’s the Most Effective Grout Cleaning Method in St. Louis? Low-Pressure, High-Heat Steam Cleaning is it!
If your St. Louis tile and grout are in need of cleaning, make sure to do so accordingly and correctly. No matter how hard and how long you scrub your grout, you’ll never quite be able to give it a deep enough cleaning to completely remove the deeply embedded dirt. The reason for this is due to grout being very porous by nature and the inability to “push” those discoloring agents out without the proper equipment. At The Grout Medic of St. Louis, we have the necessary equipment to provide your grout with a deep cleaning that will completely rejuvenate your grout’s appearance. Furthermore, we offer all new customers a 100% free consultation. So, if you’d like to learn more about grout cleaning in St. Louis, call us today at 314-408-6531.
In the image above, you’ll notice the darker grout on the left. The grout was originally white but became discolored by years and years of foot traffic embedding dirt and grime into the tile’s grout. Unlike other grout cleaning companies in St. Louis, we utilize low-pressure, high-heat steam cleaning that will effectively clean your grout without damaging any of your tiles. Some companies use high-pressure grout cleaning that is effective but can also chip or crack your grout and even your tile, as a result. Our specialized equipment has proven itself for over a decade and a half and is extremely effective. It’s not just clean, it’s Grout Medic Clean!
Again, in the image above, you’ll notice the drastic difference between the “before” image and the “after” image. If your grout is discolored by years and years of dirt and grime accumulation, you can rest easy knowing The Grout Medic of St. Louis will bring your grout completely back to life in just one day. Before you consider using cleaning chemicals, first consider if you know the problems that can occur should you use the incorrect cleaning solution. For instance, if you utilize any alkaline-based cleaning chemical, your grout will most likely become permanently discolored. Ammonia and bleach should never be used on your grout, ever. The true goal is to remove the cause of the grout’s discoloration (embedded dirt, grime, and mold) in order to bring the original color of the grout back to fruition.
No matter how dirty your grout is, rest easy knowing that The Grout Medic of St. Louis has you covered. During our free inspection, we’ll also show you areas of your home’s tile and grout that are in need of critical repair. A perfect example of this would be failing caulking and grout. It’s important that your caulk and grout are watertight to ensure water doesn’t seep through into your floorboard or wall. To claim your free consultation, call us today at 314-408-6531 or fill out our contact form. We look forward to hearing from you soon!