Laticrete Sanded Grout MSDS is a proprietary cleaning agent that is ideal for cleaning marble and granite. The cleaning agents used to clean these materials are non-toxic and will not irritate the skin or eyes of those that come into contact with them. These cleaning agents have been tested many times and have proven their effectiveness in helping to eliminate grime and dirt that can be tracked down and removed from areas that are hard to reach when cleaning marble and granite.
The MSDS will include information on how the specific cleaning agent was exposed to the various conditions it was exposed to as well as what type of environment it was handled in and what types of people were present during the handling process. This will help provide the consumer with a better understanding of the product they will be using on their grout. The majority of individuals will be using these cleaning agents on stainless steel or granite surfaces that will be placed in areas of the home where frequent access is needed. There are also products available for use on tile and shower flooring, which are designed for use in these types of applications. Most professional janitorial services and professional commercial cleaning companies will be able to provide a list of those that use Laticrete Sanded Grout MSDS to their clients.
Typically, this type of cleaning product is preferred by professional cleaning services and contractors due to its effectiveness and the ease of use it provides in cleaning porous grout. Laticrete Sanded Grout is not only effective in removing dirt and stains but has also been found to be able to penetrate the pores of the grout and remove dirt and stains. When these types of particles are allowed to penetrate the porous grout, they begin to break down the material allowing it to become cleaner than ever. Once this occurs, it becomes much easier to clean and maintain the grout and to prevent future occurrences of stains.
When you begin cleaning your porous grout, you will find that Laticrete Sanded Grout MSDS is a wonderful product to have on hand. When choosing this product as a replacement to other cleaners, remember that this is a surface protectant and not a stain remover. Many cleaning products on the market today attempt to address both of these needs by only removing the stain. Laticrete Sanded Grout will not remove the stain from your grout but it will protect the porous grout from further wear and tear. The way that this product works is that the sand particles are abrasive and will remove the dirt, grease and oils from the surface of the porous grout. This then protects the grout from any further staining and from being damaged by high-pressure washers or steam cleaning systems.
Laticrete Sanded Grout MSDS can be used as a tile cleaning solution on floors where the grout has begun to show signs of corrosion such as hot spots or where discoloration has occurred. You should use a pH neutral cleaning solution and make sure you use the right pH cleaners for your particular type of flooring. Never use alkaline or base cleaners as they will create a harsh chemical reaction which will strip away the protective coatings.
If you have ceramic tile in your home, there are specific cleaning solutions that you can use for this purpose. For cleaning purposes with Laticrete Sanded Grout MSDS, be sure to use an alkaline cleaner so you don’t create a harsh chemical reaction with the porous grout. Another tip is to always rinse your mop or cloth with lukewarm water before you begin to work it onto the sanded grout. The reason for this is that the cold temperature of the water will slow down the chemical reaction that will occur with the minerals in the sand.
Once you have finished cleaning the porous grout, you will want to thoroughly wipe it down with a lint-free, absorbent cloth. Wipe it down with a damp cloth to remove any remaining dirt or excess cleanser. You may want to take advantage of a pH neutral cleaning solution to help keep your grout looking clean. PH neutral cleaners will help to restore the pH level of your tile and will prevent future stains from forming.
By following these simple steps you can keep your tile and grout looking like new for years to come. Cleaning Laticrete Sanded Grout MSDS does take some time but when you think about the cost and effort you save in keeping your tile clean it’s worth it. And cleaning a porous grout with Laticrete Sanded Grout MSDS isn’t difficult either. All it takes is a wet mop or damp cloth to get the sanded grout clean. Then all you have to do is rinse it down with a pH neutral cleaning solution and you’re done!