We use the most advanced technology to clean and restore your floors back to their natural beauty!
Founded in 2009, Grime Stoppers, Inc is a floor cleaning company specializing in the cleaning and restoration of carpet and tile and grout floors for both residential and commercial customers. We use advanced technology and non toxic environmentally friendly chemicals in our cleaning process. We also offer cleaning and resealing of both hardwood floors and concrete. As an add-on to our cleaning services we can apply protective coatings, such as Microguard, on tile and grout floors and epoxy flooring finishes for most concrete surfaces indoors and out.
Our sister company GSI Distributors is the St. Louis and surrounding area distributor of the Intinsiti line of cleaning chemicals for the food service industry.
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We Clean Carpet and Upholstery with Amazing Results! Why Have Your Carpet Cleaned? The Carpet in your home is like a HUGE air filter. It constantly filters dust mites and allergens circulating in the air. It also traps numerous soils from outdoors due to foot traffic, these could include dirt, sand, bird droppings, germs, bacteria as well as mold spores. About Our Process: In order to provide you with exceptional carpet cleaning results, we use hot water extraction or steam cleaning to thoroughly clean the carpets in your home. This is the ONLY method recommended by your carpet … [Read More]
Tile and Grout Cleaning
Incredible Results in Tile and Grout Cleaning, Natural Stone Cleaning and Pressure Washing! Step One: First we use a simple non-toxic, eco-friendly cleaning solution to agitate the dirt that’s ingrained into the floor (that’s why mopping never removes it, allowing it to build up over time). Step Two: We then use our patented floor tool that applies heated water at just the right pre-selected cleaning pressure in the Containing Dome – pre-selected at a level that precludes any damage. At the same time the water is being applied, it’s also vacuum-extracted at 5 gallons per minute, leaving … [Read More]