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"5 Easy Ways to Tackle Tough Stains and Odors in Your Home!"
"5 Easy Ways to Tackle Tough Stains and Odors in Your Home!" If you're like most people, keeping your home clean and free of tough stains and odors is a top priority. But let's face it - sometimes life gets in the way and things get busy. Before you know...
It’s a Tale as old as Grime
It’s a story we all know but don’t like to talk about, of good grout gone bad. It’s a story about how neglect and abuse can reduce something once proud and pretty to something sad and stained. But it’s also a story of redemption. That filthy floor, that soiled carpet, that grimy grout can all be brought back to life again with -eez: Stone-eez, Pet Stain-eez and Grout-eez.
To Seal or Not to Seal Your Grout? That is the Question
The answer is yes! Seal your grout. Why? There are two reasons:
- To prevent stains from soaking into your grout and creating discoloration that may last a lifetime, and
- Every time you mop, water finds the lowest point. So dirty mop water collects in your grout line and starts soaking in, leaving dirt and bacteria behind. Yuck.
How to Maintain Your Tile and Grout after Sealing
You’ve sealed your beautiful tile floor and now you want to keep it looking like new for as long as you possibly can. But how? What’s the proper method for maintaining your sealed floor? Well, we’re glad you asked. Our Maintenance Cleaner is the answer.
Hard Truths about Marble
Marble is considered one of the most luxurious, high-end surfaces to use in your home, but it does require special care. It is more prone to scratching, staining, and cracking than other countertop surfaces. But it is also softer than surfaces like granite, making it easier to produce a wide variety of edge profiles and cuts and arches.
The Dirty World of Tile & Grout Cleaning
Our own Jeff White is sharing his Tile and Grout Cleaning Secrets in a new, tell-all e-book about the dirty world of cleaning. This page turner is full of insider tips and tricks that will keep your house sparkling and your grout gleaming.
Travertine: An Ancient Stone Used in Your Home
Travertine’s high porosity makes it light in weight for its strength, gives it good thermal and acoustic insulating properties, and makes it relatively easy to work. Dense travertine makes excellent decorative stone when polished.
Meet the Original Grime Fighters
For more than 20 years, Jeff White cleaned and refinished all types of flooring and hard surfaces: natural stone, wood, ceramic tile – you name it, he worked with it. It was during this time that he met his nemesis: dirty, dingy grout. It was backbreaking to clean and often remained stained despite all of the scrubbing. Tired of battling with his sworn enemy, Jeff decided to do something about it.
What Grout-eez won’t clean
Grout-eez is an amazing cleaner that will remove almost any stain or substance from your grout lines and ceramic tile, but it won’t remove mold from caulk.
How to Clean and Polish Your Natural Stone Countertops
When it comes to beautiful and durable, it’s hard to beat natural stone for your countertops. Properly maintained, they’ll last a lifetime and withstand the spills, scrapes and splashes of day-to-day living.
Tile & Grout Cleaning Facts and Questions
Most of us have a cabinet full of cleaning products that have let us down. They don’t do the job, or, worse, they’ve added to the original problem. Now you don’t just have stains, you have streaky stains. Or one problem spot has expanded into an eyesore. When people discover...
How to Repair Grout on a Ceramic Tile Floor
Those cracked and broken grout lines really impact the appearance of your ceramic floor. And they effect its functionality, too. Grout has a job to do, and if it’s missing or fractured, it isn’t doing it. Most grout is a mix of cement, lime, color pigment and sometimes sand that...
How Do You Seal a Natural Stone Patio?
You might be wondering if you even need to seal your patio because it’s made of natural stone. Natural stone should be fine weathering what nature throws at it, right? Wrong! All-natural stone is porous to varying extents (granite and marble are the least porous). We highly recommend sealing your...
How to Clean Grout Without Getting on Your Hands and Knees
Toothbrushes are for Teeth! You’ve seen the videos where someone is scrubbing their grout lines with a homemade concoction and a toothbrush. Well, put your toothbrush away and put the baking soda back in the cabinet. Overall, kitchens in the U.S. average about 161 square feet in single-story homes and...
Warning! Some Cleaners Can Destroy Your Expensive Floors & Countertops
STOP! Before you spray that cleaner on that surface you better know what’s in that bottle, what types of material it’s designed to clean and what type of surface you’re about to spray it on. Alkaline-based cleaners are designed to work on your natural stone. Acid-based products are for your...
The Best Grout Cleaning Brush To Make Cleaning Tile & Grout Easier
This video and blog will show you the differences between the different types of grout brushes on the market today.
What comes in your Grout-eez box
Hi, I'm Jeff White and I'm the owner of Clean-eez. And I just wanted to take a minute to show you how you can purchase Grout-eez and what comes in your kit. You can purchase Grout-eez in a two-bottle kit with a stand-up grout brush. You can purchase it in...
Natural Stone Stain Remover
Hard surface areas like all-natural rock, concrete, terrazzo, and also certain types of tile, along with the grout lines in between floor tile, are permeable, which means they will certainly soak up fluids. If such liquids are staining agents, a discolor will certainly occur. Discolor removal approaches will certainly differ,...
What To Do If Your Granite Is actually Marble
What To Do If Your Granite Is actually Marble Considering that there are differences between marble as well as granite when it comes to acid sensitivity as well...
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