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Considerations for Cleaning and Restoring Antique Tile and Grout Surfaces

Examples of tile and grout flooring can be found as far back as 4,000 B.C. in Egypt, and since then, numerous cultures.

When Cleaning Products Stop Working – Troubleshooting Potential Issues

Tile and grout surfaces have been valued for centuries – even millennia – for their dependability, a quality imparted.

Repairing Terrazzo Surfaces to Restore Durability in a High-Traffic, Commercial Setting

Terrazzo, a material commonly used for countertops and partitions, has a unique history of how it originated.  Although.

Avoiding Cross-Contamination Between Commercial Kitchen and Restroom Floors

Kitchens and restrooms in commercial facilities are among the most difficult spaces to clean and maintain. They are.

How Colleges and Universities are Pivoting Amidst Evolving Facility Standards

As a new generation of students emerge with different expectations than previous generations, colleges and universities.

Types of Grout – Beyond the Traditional

The use of tile and grout in construction is an ancient practice that occurred in civilizations dating as far back as.

Why Clean Facilities on Campus Tours Matter for Enrollment Numbers

A campus visit is a make it or break it moment when it comes to turning prospective students into enrolled students..

Do Tiled Walls Need to be Maintained Differently Than Tiled Floors?

Tile floors typically require frequent maintenance due to the amount of use and abuse they withstand. In areas like.

SaniMAX Products Deliver New Life to Failed Epoxy Floors

Many facilities have turned to epoxy flooring over the years in their search for a smooth, high-performance surface..

Cleaning Tile and Grout in Commercial Kitchens – A Different Approach

Although commercial kitchens receive as much use and abuse as restrooms, their tile and grout surfaces typically.