- Cleaning – removes dirt, soil and grease
- Sanitizing – lowers the number of germs
- Disinfecting – kills germs on surfaces after cleaning. This will only be effective once a surface has been deep cleaned. Failure to do so will result in this process being ineffective.
The disinfecting products we use on stone tile floors meets BS EN 1276 and BS EN 14476 requirements. They are broad spectrum virucidal / bactericidal disinfectants, and will kill 99.999 percent of viruses and bacteria.
Most stone tile floors in need of deep cleaning will be heavily soiled with dirt, grime, grease and bacteria, in and on the tiles and in the grout lines. This would have an effect on the colour changing of both tiles and grout due to the accumulated dirt over time.
We at As New Stone Tile Floor Cleaning will clean, restore stone tile floors and grout lines to their original beauty.
During the floor cleaning process, we make sure the rinsing is carried out correctly and thoroughly. Rinsing is an essential part of deep cleaning stone tile floors. Failure to do so will result in emulsified dirt drying back into the surfaces, and resulting in an unsatisfactory finish.