Floor Refinishing Cleaning Process



First we apply a mild alkaline solution to a section of the floor and allow it to penetrate for up to 15 minutes. This loosens the accumulated soil, grease, contaminates and topical residue. We do not use harsh acids as these damage tile and grout. The alkaline solution does not produce any harmful fumes and ordinary ventilation removes the mild scent within minutes of completion of the job.

Power Scrub Surface

Then special serrated bristles agitate the grout lines as well as the tile surface. Edge cleaning is also done at this time.

Turbo Power Rinse

The tile and grout are rinsed using heated high pressure water. We not only clean the tile and grout but we also sanitize both. The system generates water pressure of 1.000 to 1.200 P.S. while the water temperature of approximately 240 degrees softens and extracts years of soil and contaminates. The floor tool connects to a powerful vacuum hose which sucks the cleaning disk to the floor and confines the water spray inside the disk. There is virtually no splash over to worry about. The vacuum hose draws away the water, along with the dirt to a containment tank on our truck.

Speed Dry / Inspect

Removes all remaining water on floor. High powered air movers are put into place to dry tile and grout lines. Then we inspect for any staining and spot clean any surfaces stains.

Impregnating Sealer

1-2 coats are applied, depending upon the porosity of the grout lines. This creates a barrier against future staining, and will not change the color of your grout lines. Excessive sealer is buffed off tile and grout after appropriate drying time.

Contact Us

To learn more about our cleaning process and how we can help bring new life to your floors, feel free to contact us via our web form or by calling 732-792-1571.

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