Tile & Stone Cleaners

Service Location - Northern Beaches

  • Allambie Heights
  • Avalon
  • Balgowlah Heights
  • Balgowlah
  • Bayview
  • Beacon Hill
  • Belrose
  • Bilgola
  • Bilgola Plateau
  • Brookvale
  • Church Point
  • Clareville
  • Clontarf
  • Coasters Retreat
  • Collaroy Plateau
  • Collaroy
  • Cottage Point
  • Cromer
  • Curl Curl
  • Davidson
  • Dee Why
  • Duffys Forest
  • Elanora Heights
  • Elvina Bay
  • Fairlight
  • Forestville
  • Frenchs Forest
  • Freshwater
  • Great Mackerel Beach
  • Ingleside
  • Killarney Heights
  • Lovett Bay
  • Manly Vale
  • Manly
  • Mona Vale
  • Morning Bay
  • Narrabeen North
  • Narrabeen
  • Narraweena
  • Newport
  • North Balgowlah
  • North Curl Curl
  • North Manly
  • Oxford Falls
  • Palm Beach
  • Queenscliff
  • Scotland Island
  • Seaforth
  • Terrey Hills
  • Warriewood
  • Whale Beach
  • Wheeler Heights

Why Hire Tile and Grout Cleaners

One worry people have with hiring grout cleaning is the chemicals they use to perform their jobs. So our team only uses environment-friendly yet highly effective cleaning solutions to put your mind at ease. With Tile and Stone Cleaners, you’ll never have to feel uneasy about your tiles anymore. Rest assured that we’ll only use grout cleaning tools and solutions that’ll deeply penetrate your tile and grout crevices to give your home a powerful cleaning experience.

At Tile and Stone, not only do we use fine quality equipment and products in order to deliver nothing but the best service for you. We also make sure to always finish our work on time and leave your property without any mess. Understanding our clients’ needs has always been our objective, giving them the best advice and solutions.


How much does tile and grout cleaning cost?

On average, a tile and grout cleaning can range between $25 and up to $40 for every square meter. So, if you’re planning to clean your balcony tiles, then expect about $50 to $80, depending on your tile area. Cleaning house floor tiles can vary from $200 to $400. Meanwhile, cleaning kitchen tiles can range between $80 and $200, and bathroom tile cleaning can be up to $200.

How to clean white grout and tile

Tile and grout cleaning isn’t easy. However, it isn’t exactly rocket science either. You need to spend a lot of time and effort to ensure that everything is clean and free of dirt.

The first step is to preheat the area to loosen the dirt. To do that, you need to close all entryways and turn on the water in the hottest setting. You can also splash the walls with hot water to loosen the grime.

Then, work your way from the highest possible part of the bathroom walls and start scrubbing it down. Ensure that you use an effective cleaning agent to get rid of the dirt. Also, use a cloth or a non-abrasive sponge to clean the surface.

Once it’s all done, rinse everything down with hot water and wipe it with a dry towel. You also need to ensure that the area is well ventilated to let it dry.

What is the best cleaner for natural stone tiles?

When choosing a cleaner for your natural stone tiles, get the one with an equal amount of alkaline and acid. Using a neutral cleaner ensures that you won’t damage your tiles after cleaning them.

Remember that pH 7 is neutral. So, anything below it is acidic which can slowly deteriorate the tiles’ sealant and cause some etching. Meanwhile, cleaners that are above 7 are alkaline which can still damage your tiles if you don’t neutralize the solution.

How do you deep clean tile floors?

Mopping and sweeping your floor can help keep your floors clean. But if you want to protect it from discolouration, doing some deep cleaning is the best way to go.

First, you need to get rid of all the loose dust and dirt using a vacuum and a broom to start. Next, correctly identify the tile floor type in your home to know which solution to use. Afterwards, clean the grout lines and remove the stain at the same time. Once it’s all complete, mop the floor to get rid of the remaining dirt, and don’t forget to let it dry to avoid any water streaks or spots.

Is vinegar safe on tile and grout?

Unfortunately, vinegar can seep into unsealed grout through the air spaces found in the material. Once this happens, the vinegar will eventually erode the grout until it wears off. As a result, tile and grout wear away and weaken.