How to Clean Bathroom and Public Toilet Tiles – Manchester, Stockport, Cheshire

Bathroom and toilet tiles are an area that receive a lot of traffic and become very dirty, very quickly. Major factors such as toilets, baths a showers cause high levels of soil-age which build and make the floor look unsightly.

Around the toilet, tiles and grout are often subjected to high levels of urine. The high acidic level of this can etch and dull down natural stone floors like marble, travertine and limestone. Ceramic and porcelain tiles can stain and look unsightly with yellow marks.

Baths and showers also add problems to tiles and flooring as water and foreign bodies can stain and create build ups of dirt. Shampoo, hair dye, dead skin, bubble bath and cleaning products all make their way onto your floor. Over time they build up and attract dirt along the way causing your lovely new tiles to look a mess and ready for restoration

Example of extremely dirty public toilet tiles

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Here you can see female toilet tiles which are also extremely dirty.

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To clean dirty tiles and grout that are in this condition, Imperial Floor Care.co.uk have create a system that removes and the dirt and restores the tiles back to a new like condition. This system is effective on marble, limestone, terrazzo, slate, ceramic, porcelain and nearly all man made and natural stone tiles.

The system uses a process of applying the correct cleaning solution, high pressure water and instant extraction of all the dirt and soil-age.

Once the tiles have been cleaned before and after results can be found like the pictures below

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If you require your tiles, grout or wet too to be deep cleaned or want to know how to remove dirt from your bathroom tiles visit our website or contact our office on 0161 431 4743

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Imperial Floor Care is a family run business which offers unequalled services for Marble Cleaning, Tile and Grout Cleaning, Limestone and Travertine Cleaning and all with our 100% money back guarantee
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