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Topic: Ceramic Tile Cleaning
Posted By: Cleaner1
Subject: Ceramic Tile Cleaning
Date Posted: 02/March/2005 at 1:31pm

Hey Guys

Just wondering what everyone is charging per sq. ft. for tile and grout cleaning with truckmount?



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Posted By: dri-kleen
Date Posted: 05/May/2005 at 12:18pm
Depending on package I get anywhere from $2.10 to 2.85 per square foot to clean and seal tile and grout here in Columbus, OH

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Posted By: EmpireMike
Date Posted: 09/May/2006 at 1:29am
i gotta move to columbus ohio
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Posted By: STEAM KING
Date Posted: 03/July/2006 at 11:16pm
Me too


Posted By: danmarck82
Date Posted: 09/January/2007 at 1:45am
I am bidding some ceramic tile shortly what is a mid range price for just the cleaning? Then what for sealing? I know you are far from my area but any idea will help.


Posted By: Mr. Slide
Date Posted: 12/January/2007 at 5:22am
Mid range :  .75 cents to clean \ .75 cents to seal
 
 
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Posted By: danmarck82
Date Posted: 12/January/2007 at 7:38pm
Any prices from the midwest. North Dakota , SD, Minn< Montana or so .....Manitoba


Posted By: danmarck82
Date Posted: 12/January/2007 at 7:39pm
Not that it matters to quote the job but I'd like to get a feel for what you are finding out there.


Posted By: danmarck82
Date Posted: 18/January/2007 at 2:39pm
Anyone used the rotovac 360 for tile and grout yet. Got my 360 about 3 weeks ago or so. Haven't given it a work out yet.


Posted By: Mr. Slide
Date Posted: 20/January/2007 at 10:36pm
Hey Dan how's the 360 on carpet?
Is it really much better then a wand?Confused
 
Thank's 4 any feedback!
 
                                          SmokeyAL


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Posted By: danmarck82
Date Posted: 20/January/2007 at 11:47pm
I have an RX-20 and to tell you the truth the few times I have taken the 360 out of the van sofar I have found it to be a little light weight . I know weight was an issue for the RX-20 as it weighs about 85lbs or more, but the 360 is
a little flimsy . That is my first opinion, but I am going to give it a good working over this Spring.

Right now I have enjoyed the speed and dryness of the TY wand with a Green Glide. For me it has been hard to beat and I've been at it for 25 years this March. The RX-20 is still top dog on trashed carpet in my opinion. With the 360 Rotovac , the Jury is still out !


Posted By: cmaster
Date Posted: 21/January/2007 at 12:15am
I haven't tried the 360. I'm very happy with the RX 20's

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Posted By: Mr. Slide
Date Posted: 23/January/2007 at 12:37am
Thank's for the info Dan!Upper
 
 
 
 
                                          SmokeyAL


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Posted By: danmarck82
Date Posted: 15/April/2008 at 11:40pm
I was just rereading some past posts and felt my previous comments should be amended.

Once I had some more time with the Rotovac 360 I found it to be a great tool in my arsenal for trashed or semi-trashed residential it works great and has great dry times. Have not yet used the hard surface tool that can be attached to the 360, but intend to give it a good try this Summer.


Posted By: berkrick
Date Posted: 18/August/2008 at 3:21am
< ="-" ="text/; =utf-8">< name="ProgId" ="Word.">< name="Generator" ="Microsoft Word 12">< name="Originator" ="Microsoft Word 12"><> Hi there, thatís a nice topic you discuss in my opinion if you want a cleaner for ceramic tiles I search a web on net it will helps you a lot in this website you can buy different kinds of tiles and marbles cleaning machines and products if you were interested so visit the website which is given below it will helps you a lot http://www.ciciliotandson.com/.


Posted By: Mark McMaster
Date Posted: 18/August/2008 at 6:14pm
I've heard from quite a few guys that the Roto's leave allot of water behing on the tile and grout tho.

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Posted By: jaymark1
Date Posted: 06/February/2009 at 1:28pm
holy crap.  I live in one of the richest areas of the country and I charge .99 for cleaning and sealing..Well, that changes today.
 
I got the .99 because that is what sears and stanley steamer was charging...and I kept loosing to these cheap guys.  Of course im new, so I will down the road not worry about what the other guys are charging..


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