Run that brush in a stick on the grout lines, 800 psi. You're golden even on stone unless you only get 1 job a day and want to nuke it out.
Problem is and always will be: the mexican installer. Sure yeah that ain't politically correct but it's true. Around here the Tile store or carpet store sends out invitations to bid. They don't care about later liability
The carpet ripples in a year when you call me and the warranty is void!
You better have have exclusions on your invoice today for all th issues of today especially when it comes to 3rd world upholstery, rugs and installers. It's the truth, don't hide from it, standards ain't the American way any more cuz we've been dilent.
I have no problem educating my clients educating my customers, Howard Partridge would say I'm unprofessional but I'm no coward to say it like it is and I'm no shill of my industry. Sure, yeah, I'm in business but I'm not sucking it!
The Mohawk corp. guy we did Saturday, we spared zero political correctness and aired it out.
If the grout wasn't installed correctly (you should familiarize with the standards with both carpet and tile) you need to ID! Preinspect, you should know how to inspect both. Know the exclusions of both warranties, no reason to own an install screw up!!!
If those tiles sound hollow when you tap them or that carpet don't snap back in the center of the room, you have an install warranty or old flooring issues.
The JAGUAR MX-2 ETM @ cross-american.com