|Not All Contractor Grade Tile Tools are|
Physical | 844-309-2945
Contractor Grade Tile Tools and Tile CleaningAccording to the site Houzz.com: "Tile — whether it's used as flooring, in the kitchen as a backsplash or for counters, or in the bathroom — has one great downfall: grout. Since grout is porous in nature, unsealed grout absorbs all kinds of stains, from mildew to coffee and everything in between. To say it's a headache to keep grout clean is an understatement. Note: Be wary of using too much lemon juice with marble, since it can etch or damage the stone if left on too long. Hydrogen peroxide can be a safe alternative. by Meg Padgett Meg Padgett We inherited marble tile counters when we purchased our home. It's pretty clear that the grout was never properly sealed, so it soaks up stains like crazy. It makes our kitchen feel gross and grimy, even if it was just cleaned. While I'd love to replace the counters with a solid surface like quartz, it's just not in our budget — plus, we just can't justify getting rid of something that's perfectly fine otherwise. by Meg Padgett Meg Padgett Luckily, I have a foolproof method that will lift most household stains from that pesky grout. What you'll need: • Oxygenated bleach (like OxiClean) • Warm water • Coarse scrubbing brush (like an old toothbrush) • Towel • Lemon • Grout sealer Tip: Cleaning colored grout should be done with special care. Bleaching agents (like chlorine bleach) can discolor and harm the colored grout. Fortunately, oxygenated bleach does not contain corrosive chemicals and is safe to use on all grout. by Meg Padgett Meg Padgett 1. Clean the surface thoroughly, removing any surface residue or debris. Let the grout dry fully. 2. Dissolve 2 tablespoons of oxygenated bleach in 2 cups of warm water. Wet the brush in the mixture and apply it to the grout. Let it soak in, then scrub the grout in a circular motion, which will loosen the stain more effectively than a front-and-back motion. If needed, dip the wet brush into the oxygenated bleach to make a paste. Wipe clean, then let dry. Tip: To lift extra-dark stains, squeeze lemon juice onto the stain, let it soak in, then scrub, wipe clean and let the grout dry. Use lemon juice sparingly, since it can damage some tile finishes." [READ SOURCE]
Professional Grade Tile Tools and More Thoughts About ThemIf you want to buy contractor grade tile tools, make sure that you find a good source.
Look online if you can. Once you have a good supplier, that offers everything from tile cutters to grout cleaning supplies, then keep buying from them.
Another thing to look for is applicators. After all, you don't want to have your cleaner and no way to apply it.
Ultimately, you want a supplier you can trust for all of your contractor grade tile tools
For more information, click here
Or Call Us Today