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Tile and Grout Cleaning

Tile is ideal for kitchens, mud rooms, and entryways, but the grout used between tiles tends to get dirty. If you’ve ever tried to clean tile and grout yourself, you have probably noticed the task is difficult or downright impossible without the right tools. Leave the hard work to the team at Rapid Restoration Texas Inc., professional cleaning services for all your tile flooring. We go above and beyond to refresh your floors, removing stubborn dirt in hard-to-reach places, busting down dirt and grime, and ridding any mold and mildew that may have accumulated over time.


Rapid Restoration Texas Inc. provides exceptional tile and grout cleaning to homeowners throughout the Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex and surrounding areas. Our team of experts are ready to assist you with deep cleaning your floors.

Contact us today to schedule an appointment; we would be happy to provide the assistance you need at a price you can afford.



1. Before cleaning your floors, make sure all dirt and debris are removed.

2. Avoid using a rough broom, as it may scratch your tiling.

3. Natural stone tile, such as granite, marble, slate, or travertine requires special care.

4. Do not use vinegar or hard chemicals (bleach) on granite or marble tile floors as it may cause streaks and/or discolor the floor. 

5. Stray away from using acidic based products when cleaning slate tile floors.

6. If you are unsure what type of tile you have, let the experts handle the cleanup!


If you're a "do it yourselfer," be safe and smart. Make an at-home tile and grout cleaner with the following ingredients and instructions.


  • 1/4 cup of hydrogen peroxide

  • 1 cup of water

  • A clean sponge or rag (for general cleaning)

  • A soft toothbrush (for grime buildup)

  • A spray bottle or bowl



1. In your spray bottle or bowl, combine 1/4 cup of hydrogen peroxide with 1 cup of water.
2. Apply your hydrogen peroxide and water mixture to the tile grout and let it sit for 30-60 minutes.
3. Use your sponge or a rag to clean the grout. On the tougher stains, use your soft toothbrush to focus on the buildup.
4. Rinse the tile grout with water and let dry.

Sponge and Bucket


Whether you need help cleaning out those pesky grout lines, have tiled surfaces that need a refresh, or are unsure about which tile cleaners are safest for your floors, you can count on us to lend a helping hand. Our team of flooring experts are ready when you are.

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