Hard-surface Cleaning / Tile & Grout
There are many Hard-floor surfaces that can be used by designers and architects for flooring, wall coverings, bath vanities, shower walls and counter tops. Limestone, marble, travertine and granite seem to be the most popular choices, but there are many other stone types to be aware of. Identification of each type is paramount to making sure there are no cleaning problems.
The 6 steps used in cleaning Hard-surfaces:
Pre-Inspection of Hard-floor surfaces
Pre-vacuuming with 18inch Windsor professional vacuum cleaner to extract soil, dirt, dust and hair etc.
Pre-spray – The Hard-surface is sprayed with the appropriate cleaning solution to break down grime.
Agitation – One of the most important steps of the cleaning process, using the state-of-the-art ROTOVAC 360 rotary brush.
Steam–cleaning using the state-of-the-art ROTOVAC 360.
Drying – the surfaces are dried with a high velocity air-mover, the Sahara Pro
Sealing: The surfaces are coated with a professional sealer for long lasting protection