Let’s be honest, if you’re constantly cleaning your grout and tiles there’s going to come a moment when you’ve just had enough – whether or not this comes after your first clean or your 30thclean, it’ll come. For the majority of people, when this feeling sets in they continue this love/hate relationship with their grout and tiles and it’s interesting to know why.
Before we look into this love/hate relationship that many of us have with cleaning, it’s first important to know how the relationship got that way in the first place.
When we clean our tile areas – despite how arduous the task is – there is always this deep, intrinsic and satisfying feeling that soars through our bodies upon having finished the task. THIS is what we mean by a love/hate relationship.
So what are these tasks that we all love to hate when it comes to tile and grout cleaning?
1. Removing soap scum from the tiles
Soap scum is always a tricky one to properly remove and it can be incredibly time-consuming. Although the process is never easy, there’s a high chance that once you’ve achieved it, the elated feeling of happiness that comes afterwards will ALMOST make you forget about the effort you put in before.
2. Bringing out the original colour of your grout
When it comes to trying to bring back the original colour of your grout, even though this is extremely difficult to do (and most people won’t actually achieve it on their own), there is something rewarding about having dedicated the time to ‘try’ and make your grout look a little more presentable.
3. Creating a shiny finish once you’re done cleaning
A shiny finish is something that only comes about once you’ve achieved points 1 & 2. Don’t be disheartened if your bathroom hasn’t quite met your expectation because there’s always another way!
At Wizard Tile & Grout Cleaning W.A, we specialise in the careful cleaning of tiles and grout. Our method of cleaning is possibly the closest you’ll get to removing the soap scum from your tiles, bringing back the original colour of your grout and leaving the shiny ‘new bathroom’ feel.