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.
Tales from the Scene of the Grime
Jeff was determined to develop a grout cleaner that was effective and easy to use. Armed with expertise about what works best to clean all types of hard surfaces, he began doing research and then contacted a chemical company to formulate the literal solution to the grout problem. After much testing, Grout-eez was born and it worked better than anything Jeff had used before.
Floored by the Results
Dirty grout proved to be no match for Grout-eez. In fact, it barely put up a fight. That inspired Jeff to continue to develop new and exciting products to tackle your other cleaning challenges. Now your ceramic, porcelain, wood, granite, marble, travertine, slate and even carpet can be cared for by our tile and grout, natural stone, stain and odor remover, and floor restore products. The surface may be hard but keeping it clean isn’t.
Not all Superheroes Wear Capes
Clean-eez Cleaning Products is small, family-run business. Jeff and his crew have worked hard to solve the problems you encounter every day in caring for your home, and that has led them to develop the best cleaning products on the market today. But you get more than products when you work with Clean-eez, though, you also get expert customer service. Call or email, and you can connect with an expert who can recommend both the right process and the right product for your cleaning project. It’s all part of the company’s commitment to provide honest answers, real solutions, and products that product amazing results.
Count on Clean-eez for rock-solid advice about how to clean your surfaces.
Thanks for using Clean-eez products. Remember to match the cleaner to the type of surface being cleaned. Check out the how-to videos and blogs on the website and social media for more information.