With the increase in use of varied types of tiles and natural stone in bars and restaurants in recent years cleanliness has become rather problematic. General off the shelf cleaners and a mop may appear to be working when the surface is new but eventually dirt and soil begins to build up, tiles eventually look bland, grout lines lose their colour and can start to turn black.
The grout lines in and around your bar areas can be extremely tricky to keep in top condition; the majority of your bar is tiled, the grout simply seals the tiles together yet it seems to be the place that gets the filthiest of all. Grout lines in bars seem to get filthy in a sneaky way as well, seemingly clean for weeks on end and then suddenly one day they can bursts into green, black and brown streaks notifying us that they must be cleaned in order to avoid a grimy attack of mould.
On running your finger along a grout line it will probably feel greasy due to constant mopping or conventional cleaning which tends to loosen the dirt, move it around and then deposit it into the porous grout lines. Until now there has been no real solution, people have either accepted the surface can't be cleaned totally and put up with it or in extreme cases, rip out the tiles and replace them.
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