Carpet Cleaning Tulsa | Episode 382 | Complete Carpet
Speaker 1: (00:00)
This is episode three 82 we are complete carpet. Carpet Cleaning Tulsa since 1998. Uh, we’d love for you to give us a call today at nine one eight four nine four, seven zero nine three. Uh, we want to talk about tile cleaning today. Uh, when you should get your tile cleaned. How often should I get it cleaned? What is the benefit or purpose of having it professionally cleaned? Uh, we’ve been helping Tulsa thriving communities since 1998. Carpet Cleaning Tulsa is in our fiber. Uh, when you’re looking to get your tile clean, we’re talking about some grouted tile. Uh, so you’ve got your, uh, any tile that has a ceramic tiles or porcelain tile that has a grouch lines in between the two. Um, you make clean your tile on a regular basis, which is good. You need to stay on top of it. But over time, the solution that you’re using to mop and clean your tie with never gets fully rinsed out.
Speaker 1: (00:57)
Now you may take in use, say a 5% mobbing solution, start mopping the tile and you break down all the dirt that’s there and wipe it off of the surface of the tiles. Um, and then you come back and say, okay, I’m going to use a clear Bob and so I’m going to go through a Moffitt again. This time you use just pure water, so you’re going to take that 5% solution. Now you’ve diluted it in half because you used twice as much more water to rinse it with and it will a have break once broken up there in that area and diluted it down. But now it’s 50% less than it was before. So now you’ve got like a 2% solution and we typically will just leave that on the tile and so then it will just sit there and have diluted down into the tiled area and it doesn’t have any problems breaking down on the tile.
Speaker 1: (01:44)
The problem is though that if it doesn’t break down whatever you were trying to clean with, say there’s some grease or oil or sugars, they get diluted down also. But they don’t get broken down by the top cleaning solution. They now just get diluted, a little bit thinner, but now they’re sitting on the grout lines. Not a big deal. Not right now. Then number two, clean it again. Same problem. Same thing, happens again. Number three. Number four. Number five, as you keep going through every time you clean it, a year, two years later, now you’ve built up a large amount of a previous soaps and greases and oils down in the grout lines that have never had the opportunity to be thoroughly rinsed out and since they haven’t been fully rinsed out, they’re just sitting there in the grout line and being route lines being kind of a little bit rough, kind of like sand paper. Carpet Cleaning Tulsa.
Speaker 1: (02:33)
It’s got all these pits there, poorest, it just sits in the cracks and it doesn’t want to wipe off. And so what you’ll have to do to get it all broken up again because you’ll physically have to get in there, get some really hot water, soapy water, let it soak to so you have something that it can dilute into but it won’t dilute all by itself so you’re physically gonna have to get down to scrub it. If you’re doing it yourself, you can get like just a little vegetable brush and get down there or a deck brush and start rubbing. Carpet Cleaning Tulsa They make tiles brushes, which are a standup stick brush that has a small v shaped into it so that he could get down there and scrub those grout lines directly or he could have us come out and take care of it too, but you need to get that mixed together.
Speaker 1: (03:15)
Now the problem that a lot of people have is either one, they scrub and they try to clean too quickly, not giving it enough dwell time. Think of like dry down spaghetti on the plate. You need to get it hot and wet and soapy and let it set long enough that it reconstitutes the, I think the scrubbing is not specifically to scrub off like you would be to brush your teeth to push off the stuff off of your teeth because um, with the scrubbing is to do is to mix together the heat and the soap so that it can get into solution and then it can be rinse out later. Carpet Cleaning Tulsa says 1998. I were trying to use this more like a stirring or a mixing spoon that you do want to use the aggressive side because some of this stuff is really needs to get pushed out of the way.
Speaker 1: (04:00)
But the main goal here is to mix the soap, let your chemicals really do the work, use the heat of the water and those chemicals to break it down once they’re, so that they can now be moved around and at some point soon get through. So the two things we run into is, one, people don’t wait long enough. You put the soap down and a mainly try to rent them back out and wonder jeans. It’s weird. It’s just not breaking anything down, so you need to leave the soap down and scrub it in to mix it up with the soap so that it will come out secondarily. The next part that you have to do is you need to have given it not too much time that it dries back out. Since you are using water and you’re covering it up, think of that plate of Spaghetti right on Spaghetti.
Speaker 1: (04:42)
If you let it soak in with a little dot on it, but you let it dry all the way back out again to where it’s no longer soapy and wet, it’s now a dry it out. You will immediately know as you can’t get the, you can’t get that back off because it’s no longer in solutions a while. It’s still in solution while it’s still wet. You’ve got to get in there and thoroughly rinse it back out. This is the part that really helps to have it professionally cleaned, but you can do yourself if you have a shop back in the garden hose is um, you need to get in there and use a good quality of water. I’d say at a minimum of maybe five gallons, maybe 10 or 15 is probably a better thing to where you just thoroughly power rents out so you don’t just rent the dirt off the tile, you thoroughly dilute and rinse out all the soap that’s at a tile. Say you used half a gallon of soap on the cross, the tile that you should use at least 10 gallons of soaps, you dilute it 20 to one to thoroughly rinse out all of the soap that has been used on the tile surface that you can keep it from drying out and becoming a soapy tiled surface again like it was before. Carpet cleaning Tulsa since 1998 we are complete carpet. Give us a call today at (918) 494-7093 a or check us out on the web at www.completecarpettulsa.com
Speaker 1: (06:03)
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