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Ceramic Deep Cleaning

Ceramic tile floors are a popular flooring option. They’re durable, but like all floors, they need care and cleaning. Here are some smart tips on how to clean tile floors.
Sweep or vacuum your tile floors a couple of times a week. Sand and grit can dull and scratch the surface. Once you’ve removed the dirt, you’re ready to mop. Mix a mild detergent with hot water and apply with a rag or chamois mop instead of a sponge mop. A sponge mop pushes dirty water into the grout and soils it. Change your bucket of cleaning solution often so you won’t have a dirty mop that leaves a cloudy film of dirt on the floor. If you do end up with a hazy film on your tile floor, remove with an all-purpose cleaner. Make sure it’s non-abrasive so it won’t scratch the floor. You can also make your own cleaner by mixing lemon juice or vinegar with hot water. Apply it to the floor and then buff dry with a clean cloth. You can use a towel that you push over the floor with your foot.
One of the most important things in knowing how to clean tile floors is keeping the grout clean. Dirty grout equals dingy-looking floors. Grout is porous and easily absorbs dirt, grease and other materials. Spray the grout with a commercially prepared grout cleaner. You can also use a mild bleach solution. It’s a good idea to wear gloves when using these types of products. For deep stains, allow the cleaner to sit for 10 minutes. Use a toothbrush or other small scrub brush to scrub the grout.
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Planned Maintenance Cleaning

We offer a preventative maintenance program which entails scheduled maintenance calls at your site to ensure preservation and protection of your valuable equipment purchases.This type of service ensures regular inspection of your assets, improves the overall effectiveness of the equipment, extends the life of the equipment and can save thousands of dollars in both repair costs and downtime by identifying failures before they occur or develop into a breakdown. Preventative maintenance programs can be scheduled at your convenience, typically on a bi-monthly, monthly or quarterly basis.


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Seasonal Cleaning

With the changing of every new season, you probably get the urge to go through and completely clean your office. However, with everything that’s going on in your life, finding the time to deep clean your floors, kitchen, bathrooms, and windows is close to impossible. If you’re anxious to get your office cleaned before the next season arrives, but you have no idea how you’re going to get it done, let our team at Raindrop Janitorial Cleaning Services help. Contact to

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Periodic Cleaning

Some cleaning tasks need to be done less frequently than others, but they are important and must be scheduled in to minimise disruption.

The nature of the cleaning will vary depending on your premises but can include deep cleans, high-level cleaning or even stripping wooden floors. A specialist cleaning team is often required, one that has the experience and knowledge to undertake any task they are presented with. Raindrop Janitorial has the specialists and equipment to ensure that any job is undertaken to the highest standards.

The Raindrop Janitorial team will collate any information needed so that all the required tasks can be scheduled in to a yearly plan, ensuring a fluid process with minimal disruption.

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Daily Cleaning

You can count on us to provide the most personalized level of service when it comes to maintaining the cleanliness of your office or work space. Do you have a sink full of dishes that need washing? A salt-encrusted entryway during the winter? Are you without a recycling service?

We can take care of all of that. Plus, all the other aspects of cleaning you would expect, including:

  • general office cleaning
  • carpet cleaning
  • floor cleaning, including stripping and waxing
  • wall cleaning
  • washroom cleaning
  • kitchen cleaning
  • interior window cleaning
  • common area/lobby cleaning
  • waste removal
  • recycling

Alco employees undergo rigorous training to ensure the highest of standards are met. Bottom line – we will work with you to devise a cleaning plan that captures all of your unique needs as a small business, ultimately allowing you and your staff to focus on your work with a clear head and a clean work space.

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Strip and wax

Applying a wax or finish to a floor creates a glossy, protective layer that keeps your floor attractive and free from scratches and stains. However, over time these layers wear down or become dirty, and need to be removed before a new one can be reapplied.

Some types of floor, especially hardwood, may be damaged.