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Our Tile and Grout Cleaners Got Fantastic Results with This Kitchen Floor in Bethesda, MD

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October 10, 2017

It's incredible how we don't notice any changes in our kitchen floors. Years can go by and grout can turn black, and yet it still takes a guest's picky eye to notice that our kitchen floor is a soiled mess. Years of using soapy products and the same dingy mop are the usual culprits of a soiled kitchen floor, but neglect also can make things worse.

Before and After Picture of Tile Cleaning in Bethesa
Our latest client had been oblivious to what had been happening to his kitchen floor for far too long. He was convinced that mopping every weekend with his same old mop was doing the trick. But it wasn't, and it took a pair of new eyes to point out the obvious to him. "Weren't your tiles a shade lighter?" a woman asked him. He said yes, without thinking too much about what she was saying. But the woman told him that there must be a problem with the cleaner he was using because the tiles looked a bit yellow. The man gasped. It had dawned on him that his floor was in bad shape. It had turned into a grimy nightmare that only the best tile and grout cleaners in Bethesda could restore.

Knowing that he needed to find a reputable hard surface restoration company if he wanted the original color of his tiles and grout back, he decided that the internet might be his best bet. Navigating popular search engines, he got a few great results for "Bethesda tile and grout cleaner." Chief among them was Sir Grout Washington DC Metro and its great reviews. While exploring Sir Grout Washington DC Metro's website, our client noticed our impressive credentials and solid testimonials. He determined that his best course of action was to call and set up a free in-home evaluation to get a quote and a sense of how much work it was going to take to get his old floor back.

On the day of the assessment, our technician arrived early at our client's Bethesda residence, where they were enthusiastically greeted and immediately taken to the problem area. Our technician took a quick look at the floor and noticed that deep-seated grime was soiling the grout lines and a thin layer of dirt was covering the tiles. That is why he offered Sir Grout Washington DC Metro's flagship treatment: a grout cleaning service. He told our client that it was a quick process and his floor would be completely restored in no time. Our client accepted and set a date for us to get started.

On the day of the appointment, our technician returned and set out to make quick work of all the grime. He started by applying the appropriate cleaner over the tile, letting it sit so it would break up the grime. Then he used a high-speed scrubber to remove the muck from the grout and the residues from the tiles, which he then wet vacuumed. For the highly resistant dirt, he also needed to use a steam cleaner, which sanitized the whole floor in the process. With the floor finally looking clean, our technician added the finishing touches with ColorSeal, which is our water-based, non-toxic sealant that recolors your grout and makes it impervious to water damage, stains, and fungi. ColorSeal helps make our final results last longer and your floors easier to maintain.

When our client saw the results, a wave of relief washed over him. He thanked our technician for doing a great job in such a short amount of time. He promised to be more mindful of the state of his kitchen floor in the future to avoid waiting until the problem looked like too much to handle.

Before leaving, our technician also gave him a few tips to keep his floors looking clean. First, he advised the client to ditch all soap-based cleaners, as these tend to leave residue that attracts grime instead of repelling it. Additionally, it is important to frequently change mop water because cleaning with dirty mop water actually spreads dirt all over your floor. Lastly, our technician told him that drying his floors with a terrycloth will help him remove any residue left on the floor.

If your kitchen floors have seen better days, maybe it is time to contact the best tile and grout cleaners in your area. At Sir Grout Washington DC Metro, we have ample experience restoring all types of hard surfaces, including natural stones and wood. Contact us by calling Tag.SitetelephoneHtml or by filling out our "Request a Quote" form. Subscribe to our newsletter to find out about our latest promotions.

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