Mirror image cleaning services understand how essential it is to keep your tiled floors and walls in perfect condition, as well as how tough that may be. Grout has a porous structure, which allows dirt, filth, and grease to readily penetrate it, detracting from the overall appearance of your property.
From the second you make that call to us at Mirror image, you can rest assured you’re going to be provided with a first-class service from a reputable and professional company and most importantly, you’re going to see results.
When you use the right tools, nothing is impossible. Our cleaning tools have the ability to do more than dilute and suspend the dirt. A one-step cleaning method is created by combining hot water, high pressure, an emulsifier, and suction. First, the dirt, bacteria and grime is released from its anchoring position by applying an emulsifier.
The pressurised water seeks out unwanted grime, bacteria and chemical residues hidden in microscopic pockets within the tile and grout. Finally, suction takes the unclean water from the tile and grout, leaving them clean.
If you believe that time is money, it’s easy to see how calling a professional cleaning company like Mirror image cleaning services save you a ton of time, making it well worth the money for a professional clean. In addition to that, a professional clean will extend the life of your tile and grout by keeping them cleaner.
We charge per square meter and work off the Australian average of $35. Depending on the size of the area being cleaned, the condition and technique needed, it could affect your tile and grout cleaning costs.
We use steam cleaning machines, hooked up to a high-pressure multi-jet rotating tool. The rounded cleaning disk performs in a way to prevent any over spray and damage to any walls and furniture. Attached is a vacuum to extract dirt, grime, grease and other debris from your floors.
You can walk on it straight away if need be, but we recommend waiting roughly half an hour to prevent any foot marks on your newly cleaned floors.