Deep Clean Floor Grout with Stain Solver
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Also, do you work in a school or know someone who does? You’ll see why we need to know that just below.
Trust me, I pretty much GUARANTEE you’re about to discover something NEW about Stain Solver you didn’t know. Seriously.
Yesterday, I couldn’t stand it any longer. Kathy and I have a fourth child you may not know about – Lady the Dog.
She’s a gorgeous German Shepherd and will celebrate her tenth birthday this July. But she’s a messy eater. If you want to see an animal inhale and splatter food, then stop by my house about 2:30 PM each day.
I’ve been putting off cleaning the floor by Lady’s food dish because I wanted to capture a great before photo of the disgusting mess on our natural slate floor and the sanded grout between the pieces of slate. I think you’ll agree I probably didn’t need to wait this long.
Lady splatters the canned dog food she gets for lunch and then steps in it is my best guess. You can see how she’s messed up the small throw rug. That’s a story for another day.
I grabbed some of the Stain Solver that Kathy and I make. It’s a certified organic oxygen bleach if you’re a new subscriber. When you mix the powder with warm water and stir it for a minute, you end up with a magic cleaning solution that works on anything water washable.
Here’s why Stain Solver is magic. I may have never shared this with you. The first thing to remember is once you mix the powder with water, you create trillions of oxygen bubbles that start to clean on their own!
The next photo shows what the floor looked like after I poured on a thin layer of the solution onto the slate and grout. The white blotches you see are the countless oxygen bubbles scrubbing the slate and grout. You can actually look close and see the bubbles moving around.
When you allow Stain Solver solution to stay in contact with whatever you’re cleaning for thirty, or more, minutes you achieve a 99 percent bacteria kill!
Because I allowed the solution to soak for nearly 30 minutes, the floor under Lady’s dish was not only clean, but it was also safe for her so she’d not get sick. That’s important to Kathy and me.
I got out my standard scrub brush and lightly scrubbed the slate and grout lines. Then I used my large sponge to rinse the floor with clear water making sure all dirt and grime were off the floor.
Here’s what the floor looked like after it dried in a few minutes:
Do you want to deep clean your tile, slate, or natural stone floors? If your flooring can stand water getting on it, then it’s safe to do what I did above. It works great on poured concrete floors in garages or basements too. It’s safe for epoxy-coated floors in garages or commercial buildings.
Don’t believe me? You’re a Doubting Thomas?
Go ahead, gamble ten bucks. Purchase just one of the small sample bottles and give it a try. There’s no photoshopping in those photos. Stain Solver is the real deal.
You can have clean and bacteria-free floors for yourself and your pets!!!
Oh, WAIT!!!! I almost forgot to ask you!!!! Do you work in a school or know someone who does?
Last week, a middle school in California placed a REFILL order for 350 POUNDS of Stain Solver! They use it all over the school to keep their kids clean and safe.
Kathy and I would appreciate it if you’d help us get Stain Solver into as many schools as possible. It’s certified organic and it’s made in the USA with USA ingredients.
Please EMAIL me and put me in contact with the facility manager at your local school.
Thanks so much!
Tim & Kathy
Co-Founders of Stain Solver