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Hi Neil

Depending on type of flooring (I'm guessing its a vinyl or safety flooring) you might be better with a hard floor machine (eg rotawash). Also on tile we have found steam to be OK for a maintenance clean but if the grout is discolored it really doesn't make much of a difference and we have usually gone back to good old scrubbing with a chemical and hard work. If its wall tile scrub it by hand, you might need a stronger solution for really dirty grout, wash off and use a flat mop with plenty dry heads to remove the excess water and dry to a shine.

Hope this helps.


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be super careful with steam on tiles as the steam can penetrate behind broken grout/cracked tiles and it sits damp and encourages mold spores to grow rapidly.


Give clover chemicals a call and ask for bioshield, I clean a gym regularly and swear by that stuff. if you need a chat pm me and I can send you my number :Image9:

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