Ceramic Tile & Stone Cleaning System – Orange County CA

Ceramic Tile & Stone Cleaning System – Orange County CA

Tile & Grout Cleaning Specials

Powerful tile & grout cleaning system

Ceramic Tile & Stone Cleaning System

Let Pacific Tile & Grout Cleaning Service get you off your hands knees with a new, powerful, fast and safe, tile cleaning process. Using a specially developed pre-treatment solution and our high-pressure, hot water rinse, we can restore and clean all your stone, ceramic tile and grout surfaces.   You can see great results anywhere in your home: bathroom floors, showers and tubs, kitchen floors, tiled foyers and entryways, tiled halls, sunrooms, countertops, and more. We also recommend using a sealer on your grout after it has been cleaned. This provides extra protection as it seals the grout, making it resistant to spills, stains, and keeping the grout and the surface looking clean longer.

Bathroom Tile Cleaning

Cleaned Bathroom Tile

Whether it’s tile walls, shower tiles, or tile floors, bathroom tile is considered one of the toughest tiles on earth to clean, especially if it is not cleaned on a regular basis. Build up from shampoos, soap and dirt tend to stick like glue to tiled surfaces. Because tiles are typically used in spaces that are steamy, wet or moist the majority of the time, mold and mildew are also a common problem. Our tile cleaning system can get rid of most of these problems.  If tile cleaning is done on a regular basis, basic household cleaners, along with a brush or sponge and hot water will do. But for heavy-duty tile cleaning, it may take our industrial strength cleaner and our specially designed tile cleaning system.

Floor Tile Cleaning

Before & After Tile Cleaning

Nothing shows off a room more than beautifully maintained tile or stonework.  But keeping that flooring looking nice take a lot of hard work.  Who has the time to get down on your knees every week?  Our tile cleaning system works great on ceramic tile, porcelain, stone and other hard surfaces.  See what a dramatic difference our cleaning system can make on your tile and stone flooring.

How Our Tile Cleaning System Works

Some people call our “Cleaning System” a steam cleaning system”. Actually steam cleaning tile isn’t based on steam, but rather a continuous “blast” of high water pressure to the surface. The continuous stream of hot water loosens the dirt, film, and mildew and allows the tiled surface to be wiped clean after blasting. There is no need for detergents, cleaning solutions, or scrubbing. Steam cleaning tile is gentle enough to be considered safe for the majority of tiled surfaces, but powerful enough to remove dirt and film from tough to clean spaces such as cracks and molding.  Overall, steam cleaning tile provides a sparkling finish.

Proper Care of Your Tile Floors

Proper care of your floor prevents damage, extends its life and keeps it looking new for years. How do you properly care for your flooring?

If you enjoy going barefoot or even if you don’t, kick your shoes off at the door. Why remove your shoes? If you have a rough board that needs smoothing you grab a sheet of sandpaper for the job. Guess what’s on the bottom of your shoes? Sand and dirt grind away at the surface of your floor causing an early death.

A closer look at the bottoms of those shoes and you’ll find oil, dirt and heaven only knows how many tidbits of left over dog deposits. Small wonder why your floors stubbornly refuse to come clean. Do wear slippers or socks inside. The oil from the bottom of your feet also dirties the surface.

Always seal grout lines after steam cleaning tile to protect it and make get the most life from your flooring.

Carpet Cleaning & Upholstery Cleaning Services

Just a reminder, we do more than just tile.  We also do Carpet Cleaning and Upholstery Cleaning.  Chances are no matter what your cleaning needs are, our Carpet, Upholstery and Tile Cleaning services has you covered.  Just give us a call and see for yourself, the Pacific Tile Cleaning of Orange County difference!


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