I have trouble getting down on my knees to wash floors and using a squeegy mop bothers my back. So we bought a floor steamer. Our kitchen has presently got lenoleum floors and the steamer has been great. We are going to put ceramic tiles down soon. I have been told that a steamer can cause the grout between the tiles to crumble. Has anyone had this problem using a steamer on ceramic floors?
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