Tile Cleaning Services In Layton Utah Offered By Mr. Chem-Dry

November 08, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Mr. Chem-Dry, a cleaning services provider in Centerville, Utah, has announced that they are offering Layton Utah tile cleaning services aside from carpet cleaning. This is only natural since it is not only the carpet that gets dirty, tile floors also get dirty. That is why the company also offers comprehensive tile and grout cleaning services to make those tiles shiny and clean like they are new again.

The reluctance of homeowners to clean tiles that have become too dirty is understandable as it can be really frustrating to try and get rid of all the stubborn dirt that has stuck to the tiles and grout. Fortunately, Mr. Chem-Dry has a cleaning solution that they can get rid of even the most stubborn dirt from the tiles and grout.

Daryl Olsen, president of Mr. Chem-Dry, says, “Mr. Chem-Dry has already been a popular name in carpet cleaning and you can be assured that our grout cleaning services will be equally better. We use a number of techniques to clean tiles and grout.”

He continues, “We experimented a lot recently and came up with the perfect mix of dish soap, baking soda, and hydrogen peroxide that works wonders for cleaning grout from tiles. And then the steam cleaners that are used to clean the carpets can also be used to clean tiles as well. And finally, there is the combination of vinegar and baking soda, which has been found to be effective in cleaning mildly dirty to heavily dirty floor tiles.”

Meanwhile, the Layton tile cleaning services of Mr. Chem-Dry have recently been tested by an independent laboratory to determine its efficacy and healthfulness. Several tests were conducted on the tile surfaces in several homes and it was found that the tile, stone and grout cleaning process, in combination with a sanitizer, was able to get rid of an average of 98.6 percent of the bacteria from those surfaces.

As part of the cleaning service, the certified Mr. Chem-Dry professional can apply a coat of durable sealant to the grout and this serves as a barrier to minimize the amount of dirt that would be able to seep into the grout pores. As a result, the grout will stay cleaner for longer and maintenance would be simple because dirt won’t be able to penetrate and get into the cracks.

Mr. Chem-Dry recommends that homeowners have their tile, stone and grout be cleaned every 12 to 18 months to ensure long-lasting protection. Having a clean sparkling and sanitized tile, stone and grout does not only make the home look better but it is also better for the people and pets living in the home. The tile cleaning service is suitable for various kinds of tile and stone, such as ceramic, Saltillo, slate, porcelain, travertine, and granite. In addition, the cleaning services company can also offer grout color restoration service.

Meanwhile, Mr. Chem-Dry makes use of its Natural® Chem-Dry proprietary cleaning solution when cleaning carpets, rugs, upholstery and more. This gives homeowners peace of mind in the knowledge that their home is clean and safe at all times. This is because their proprietary cleaning solution is not just a powerful cleaner. It is also natural and a healthier alternative for everyone including pets. Furthermore, the cleaning process using this particular solution uses 80 percent less water compared to regular cleaning processes. What this means is that the rugs, furniture, carpets, and upholstery can be completely dry in as short as one to two hours instead of the usual days required by other solutions.

Aside from the tile cleaning services, Mr. Chem-Dry also offers granite countertop restoration services. Granite is sealed with a sealant when it is installed. However, over time, this sealant becomes thinner and thinner. In time, liquids spilled on the granite countertop will be able to seep into the pores. This can result into water spots, dirt, residue, bacteria. The company first cleans the residue and dirt and then applies a sealer. After this has dried, they will apply a polish that makes the granite look like new.

People who are interested in the various services including tile cleaning Layton Utah homeowners can rely on can visit the Mr. Chem-Dry website, or contact them through the telephone or via email.

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For more information about Mr. Chem-Dry, contact the company here:

Mr. Chem-Dry
Daryl Olsen
801-298-8125
customerservice@mrcd.com
1164 West 850 North
Centerville, Utah 84014

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