The following warnings occurred:
Warning [2] Creating default object from empty value - Line: 11 - File: inc/plugins/tapatalk.php PHP 7.4.25 (Linux)
File Line Function
/inc/plugins/tapatalk.php 11 errorHandler->error
/inc/class_plugins.php 38 require_once
/inc/init.php 239 pluginSystem->load
/global.php 18 require_once
/showthread.php 28 require_once




Thread Rating:
  • 0 Vote(s) - 0 Average
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
Tile
#1
Any opinions on whether any of these products can be used or might be good options to clean ceramic or porcelain tile/grout?

I have:
Quantum green
Peroxcellent
Dirt Assassin Green
Intensity Green

And I have a 1/2 gallon of a jug of Trashed Green that's been sitting there for about a year now I could try.

I was thinking of doing a 2 stage cleaning with quantum green first, followed by Peroxcellent last.

My process is I scrub the grout lines with a pole brush, then scrub the floor with host machine and stiff brushes, then OP with a few pads, then would repeat with 2nd product. I know this method is quite slow, but I only do a few of these jobs a year so investing thousands of dollars in other equipment doesn't seem to make much sense.

Thanks for any input.
Reply }}
Thanks given by:
#2
My only concern is that if you didn't rinse it with water you might leave that powder type residue from the polymers.

Reply }}
Thanks given by:
#3
Perhaps you could use really wet pads to rinse with.

Reply }}
Thanks given by:
#4
Grant, you can use any one of those products for tile & grout. I would choose Peroxcellent or Intensity. Make sure if you use Peroxcellent, it doesn't get on any marble, else it could etch it.

If you follow with a slightly damp or even dry pad, you will not leave any visible residue... Even if a little residue were left, it would not attract dirt.
[Image: LogoSmall.jpg]
Products that make you a HERO in your customer's eyes!Rdance
Reply }}
Thanks given by:
#5
wow I didn't realize you could use these chemicals
on t &g. I'm goint to try it out. thanks
Reply }}
Thanks given by:
#6
Soooooo......just spray on and scrub with an agiclean pad or something like that?
what's the procedure?
Reply }}
Thanks given by:
#7
(03-14-2011, 08:24 AM)Brian R Wrote: Soooooo......just spray on and scrub with an agiclean pad or something like that?
what's the procedure?

Yes, and follow with a slightly damp pad to mop up.
[Image: LogoSmall.jpg]
Products that make you a HERO in your customer's eyes!Rdance
Reply }}
Thanks given by:
#8
Coool.

I think I'm going to do a freebie for a custy to try it out....they eat that stuff up.


Does the OP make it splash too much?

Will Peroxcellent etch stainless?
Reply }}
Thanks given by:
#9
(03-14-2011, 08:55 AM)Brian R Wrote: Coool.

I think I'm going to do a freebie for a custy to try it out....they eat that stuff up.


Does the OP make it splash too much?

Will Peroxcellent etch stainless?

You can get splash with OP... Use minimal amount of solution.
[Image: LogoSmall.jpg]
Products that make you a HERO in your customer's eyes!Rdance
Reply }}
Thanks given by:
#10
Groovy...I'll keep you posted.
Reply }}
Thanks given by:
#11


(03-14-2011, 08:58 AM)Steve Smith Wrote:
(03-14-2011, 08:55 AM)Brian R Wrote: Coool.

I think I'm going to do a freebie for a custy to try it out....they eat that stuff up.


Does the OP make it splash too much?

Will Peroxcellent etch stainless?

You can get splash with OP... Use minimal amount of solution.



I've only used Anomaly on T&G, but what I was told was to mix it 50:50 and just do a LIGHT pre-spray. It won't splash and works slightly quicker.

I've been playing with my new (to me) Hybrid 35 CRB with the T&G brushes on my garage floor (cause I'm not chicken). And I've found that it doesn't splash AT ALL!. Scrubs the heck out of a smooth floor and leaves it almost dry (with renovator trays). I never bought a T&G brush for my Orbot but, if the CRB works as good on T&G as it does on a smooth floor, I don't think I'll bother. I'll post whenever I get a job to do with the CRB.
Brent

Keep it Clean, Keep it Longer.
Reply }}
Thanks given by:
#12
Jeff from HOS was showing off the new (think it's new) tile brush with uneven bristles. He was saying the weight set is a must. Looked like it would do the trick.

He was also showing me how to polish marble with the different pads etc.
I need some practice.
Reply }}
Thanks given by:
#13
marble polishing with an orbot?? gunna need some serious weight if your really do anything more than shine I would think

Con
Reply }}
Thanks given by:
#14
(03-28-2011, 10:11 AM)Con Schultz Wrote: marble polishing with an orbot?? gunna need some serious weight if your really do anything more than shine I would think

Con

You can get serious weight for the Orbot Con. If I remember correctly the weight set is 40lbs and you can add a lot more if you wish.
[Image: LogoSmall.jpg]
Products that make you a HERO in your customer's eyes!Rdance
Reply }}
Thanks given by:


Forum Jump: