See How Our Specialists Helped Renew This Shower Thanks to a Grout Sealing in Wendell, NC
September 16, 2020
We recently received a call from a Wendell resident who noticed the shower in her master bathroom was in poor condition. Time had taken its toll, making the tiles and grout lines appear dirtier than they used to be. After having a brief discussion with her husband, they both agreed that the shower needed to be thoroughly cleaned.
Since both of them worked full time, they decided it was best to leave the job in the hands of professionals. For that reason, the homeowners went online and searched for professional grout sealing in Wendell, NC
. They found our website in the top search results. After seeing some of the testimonials and reviews left by previous customers, they called to schedule a free in-home evaluation.
On the agreed date, our team went to the customer's home to inspect the surfaces and offer the best possible solution to the problem at hand. The joints in the shower had accumulated grime, making the surfaces appear dirty. Our team explained to the homeowners that these occurrences are common because people tend to use harmful cleaning products. These cleaners can wear out grout or leave a film that traps dirt and soap residue on the tiles and grout lines.
After they finished the assessment, our crew concluded the shower needed a touch-up. To solve the problem, they offered the client a three-step procedure. First, they would clean the shower using our proprietary tools and products. Next, they would repair the damaged joints. To finish, they would seal the grout in the shower with ColorSeal. The homeowner agreed to the service and scheduled an appointment for the job.
Our crew went back to the client's home a few days later to perform the service. They started by cleaning the tiles and grout lines in the shower using a pH-neutral cleaner and a high-speed scrubber. This cleaner also contains enhanced properties that can help inhibit the growth of common household bacteria, mold, mildew, and other microorganisms. Our techs also used a steam cleaner to sanitize the surfaces, ensuring any trace of mold was completely eradicated.
Once they finished cleaning the shower, our specialists replaced the damaged joints with our proprietary grout mix. To finish, our team coated the grout lines in the shower with our flagship sealant ColorSeal. This is an acrylic-based sealant that protects grout against dirt, water, stains, soap, mold, and mildew. It also comes in a variety of colors. The client chose a white ColorSeal for the shower.
As seen in the before and after picture, the results were great. The customer was happy to see how clean the shower looked. She thanked our crew and assured them she would call back for maintenance.
Before leaving, our techs gave the client some tips to ensure the shower remained in top condition. They first suggested cleaning the shower once a week using a pH-neutral cleaner like Sir Grout's Natural Hard Surface Cleaner
. Unlike most cleaning products, this cleaning solution doesn't contain acids that harm tile and grout. They also recommended wiping the excess moisture away after every shower and keeping the enclosure ventilated. This practice helps prevent water damage and mold growth.
Are your showers in awful shape? Don't fret, Sir Grout Raleigh can restore them for you. We have the necessary tools and expertise to guarantee the best hard surface restoration services in the industry. Call us at (919) 578-5999
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