Tile Grout


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On October 25, 2013
Last modified:February 18, 2014


I have used Todd's services several times for my rental business and have been very satisfied with his work. He is always on time and the carpets look great! A stain reappeared in one of my units and Todd came back to re-clean it with no additional cost and the stain has been completely removed. I will continue to use Todd for any future carpet cleaning.

Stone and tile flooring in homes is becoming more and more popular each and every day. Were San Diego carpet cleaners so we see this slowly happening.  There are many choices home owners can choose from such as ceramic tile, marble, slate, granite, soapstone, travertine, as well as many others.

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While sweeping, mopping etc is necessary for daily cleaning nothing is better then the professional clean you can receive from Pro Kleen.  Because grease and oil gets mixed with other dirts to created a slim film on the surface of the tile it can not be removed with a mop or broom.  Our brush allegation and stone-specific detergent cleaners are the needed tools to get the job done right.

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Pre Clean Conditioning:  We start by applying a pre conditioner solution that is specifically made depending on which surcease we are going to be cleaning.

Agitation:  We scrub all the grout using a brush to get up all the released built up grime and dirt.  The main agitation is provided by our high power 1000rpm rotary cleaning machine which uses brushes to suspend and release oil.

Clean and Rinse:  Our special rotary cleaning want is unlike any other carpet cleaner in San Diego.  It is attached to our truck mounted power unit and provides hot water temperatures of over 200 degrees.  Simultaneously removing dirt and grime while shooting out water and soaking it ALL right back in.  This means you don’t have to worry about a huge mess!

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Our Seal:  Its no secret that all hard surface floors need to be sealed to help prevent those dreadful forever stains.  For ceramic tiles, which tend to be the most common, we use a high end water based grout sealing solution.  For stone floors we go with water based or solvent based sealers depending on the type of stone present and how much traffic the stone sees.