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Stone Care: Heavy Duty Tile and Grout Cleaner (1 QT)


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Tile & Grout Cleaner for Tough Soils

Stone Care Heavy Duty Tile & Grout Cleaner removes tough soils from all natural stone tiles and grout. Powerful, alkaline formula utilizes the latest, most advanced technology to deep-clean heavily soiled grout and tile floors, showers, walls and countertops. Works wonders! 


Biodegradable and totally safe for use cleaning travertine, marble tiles, granite tiles, slate, limestone, all natural stone tile and grout.  




Tile & Grout Cleaner is highly-concentrated and should be diluted prior to use. ALWAYS TEST in an inconspicuous spot to insure surface is not adversely affected.

Dilute with HOT water as follows: 

  • Light soiling:   3 fl ounces to 1 gallon of water
  • Medium soiling:   6 fl ounces to 1 gallon of water
  • Heavy soiling:   8 fl ounces to 1 gallon of water
For routine cleaning use Granite & Marble Tile Floor Cleaner or Granite & Marble Cleaning Spray for countertops. 
  1. Remove all loose debris and dust.
  2. Strip off any wax or topical coatings.
  3. Liberally apply solution and allow to dwell. 
  4. A longer dwell time makes for easier cleaning. 
  5. DO NOT let the solution dry on the surface.
  6. Agitate solution with hand-brush or broom while dwelling.
  7. Clean vigorously with non-abrasive brush or pad.
  8. Wipe up solution with mop, dry cloth or towel.
  9. Rinse thoroughly using a lot of clean water.


CAUTION: CAUSES EYE AND SKIN IRRITATION. Keep out of reach of children. Avoid contact with eyes, skin and clothing. Wash thoroughly after handling. FIRST AID: In case of contact, immediately flush eyes with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes. Call a physician. Flush skin with water. If swallowed drink plenty of water. Call a physician immediately.

Reviewed by Kim , 08/07/2010

We bought an apartment that has a bathroom covered in light-colored travertine. While the walls and vanity weren't in bad shape, on the floor, the grout and filled areas were eaten away (no doubt from use of the wrong kind of cleanser) and a dirty grey. I don't think the stone had been well cleaned or sealed since it was installed. It took some scrubbing, but the stone on the floor now almost matches the rest of the room! Great product.

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