A Grout Recoloring in New Fairfield, CT, Was the Perfect Trick to Modernize This Homeowner's Bathroom
December 28, 2016
Bathrooms are one of the busiest areas in family homes. Therefore, most people tend to give this area of their home regular maintenance. The problem is that they use any product from the grocery store, despite how important it is to apply the correct maintenance techniques and products to preserve the state and appearance of the surface. This homeowner, who wanted to have a clean and safe home for her three children, used to clean the bathroom daily with a combination of soap-based cleaning products. However, these products, coupled with daily foot traffic and time, resulted in soiled grout lines that showed oil-based stains and dirt buildup.
She only felt frustrated after cleaning the floor every day, and her attempts were worsening the situation. So, she told her sister about the situation, and together they browsed the web looking for a New Fairfield grout recoloring
service, finding Sir Grout of Greater Fairfield County as the first result. The homeowner immediately visited our website and decided to schedule a free, in-home quote after watching our customers' video testimonials.
On the scheduled date, the homeowner showed us the bathroom as soon as our team arrived. The signs of deterioration immediately caught the eye of our specialists, who told the homeowner that the grout lines needed deep cleaning and ColorSealing so they could achieve a great, long-lasting, and fresh appearance.
Grout is necessary in tile surfaces. However, it has a highly porous composition, which allows the permeation of liquids and dirt. If grout is constantly exposed to these factors, it can become stained. Unfortunately, people tend to clean grout lines with soap-based cleaning products, not knowing that they leave a film that can trap dirt.
Our team came back on the day of the job with a clear plan of the techniques that they were going to use to revive this tile surface. They began by combining pH-neutral cleaning products and a high-speed scrubber, which removed old grime. They even used vapor steam cleaning for the most difficult areas. The surface appeared cleaner and better-looking after that stage, but it still needed a final touch to look as good as new – a nice coat of our proprietary ColorSeal in an off-white shade.
ColorSeal is a modern product that creates a shield, protecting grout lines from water, dirt, stains, mold, and mildew. This cutting-edge sealant can last as long as the grout itself with the correct application and maintenance techniques. Also, it comes in different colors, which allows homeowners to match their preferred shade of ColorSeal to their tiles.
As soon as the team achieved the expected results, they let the homeowner in, who was thrilled by the transformation of the grout lines. She said that the floor looked better than when it was installed and thanked the team with a handshake. She was so pleased that she mentioned she was going to recommend our work to anybody in need of a similar service.
The crew recommended her to clean the surface with soap-less cleaning products on a periodic basis, since soap-based products leave a residue that can attract dirt to grout and tiles. They also suggested to keep the surface as dry as possible. These simple maintenance tips would help her preserve the results obtained after the service.
If the grout lines of your tile surfaces look brownish or stained, even after you've cleaned them, they may need a grout recoloring. Fortunately, Sir Grout of Greater Fairfield County has the best professionals in the hard surface restoration industry who are highly trained to provide quality services at a fair price. For further information, fill out the "Request a Quote" form on this page or call (203) 702-4896
. We will gladly assist you.
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