Summer Tile Cleaning: Tile Maintenance in Your Puyallup Home

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 Carpet cleaning is essential all year round, especially during summer. The same applies to tiles, which can be just as prone to mold and mildew. Learn why summer tile cleaning is important and what you can do to contribute to a sanitized home interior. 

How Summer Creates Dirtier Tiles

Summer means more playtime outdoors. The kids and pets take a dip in the pool or in front of the yard sprinklers. When they return indoors, they attract a lot of that water inside. What’s so bad about water? When the water dries on the tile, it leaves behind a solid deposit and creates an unsightly stain.

Tile Cleaning 101

When cleaning tiles, be modest with the detergent. More soap in the cleaning solution doesn’t equate to cleaner tiles. When you use excessive soap, it creates a sticky residue that attracts dirt and dust.

Another useful method is to dry the floor instead of allowing it to air dry. Homeowners may believe air drying is sufficient particularly in the summer temperatures. Air drying, though, leads to long-lasting stains and watermarks. Just as you don’t let your car air dry after a wash, you shouldn’t air dry the floor.

For optimal results, we recommend professional steaming. This is an effective maintenance procedure for tile cleaning because it eliminates stains and destroys bacteria. Mopping only creates the appearance of cleanliness, but actually creates a dirtier floor by spreading the germs already present on the floor.

We Perform Summer Tile Cleaning in Puyallup

With the hottest season of the year comes airborne contaminants, dust, and sweaty bodies. This is why cleaning is absolutely necessary. This goes for the carpet and upholstery as well. Contact Rick’s Family Carpet Care for summer tile cleaning and maintaining a sanitized living space.

Summer Tile Cleaning and Maintenance in Puyallup

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Posted on June 23, 2021 | Published by Ignite Local | Related Local Business