Our Grout Cleaning Service Refreshed the Appearance of a Ceramic Tile Kitchen Floor in High Bridge, NJ
July 06, 2020Dingy grout can completely ruin the appearance of a ceramic-tile floor. A homeowner from High Bridge, NJ recently called us to have the grout on his kitchen floor cleaned and sealed. Even though he managed to keep the tiles in good condition, he noticed the grout lines on the floor had become darker over time. He tried cleaning them with homemade recipes he found online, but the grout only got worse. After searching for advice online he found these issues are the result of grime accumulation and improper maintenance. Most websites suggested cleaning and sealing the grout lines to avoid these problems. This prompted the homeowner to search for High Bridge Grout Cleaning professionals. He quickly found our website in the top search results. After reading about our services and watching some of the video testimonials left by previous customers, he decided to request a free in-home consultation.
On the day of the evaluation, our techs went to the client's home to inspect the floor. Upon checking the kitchen floor, our experts understood why the homeowner was concerned. The grout lines on the floor were dirty and stained, giving the entire surface an unclean appearance. After testing the state of the grout's sealant, our tech assured the customer it had completely worn off. Fortunately, the damage on the grout lines was not severe, so they didn't need to be replaced. With this in mind, our team offered the homeowner a thorough grout cleaning accompanied by a grout sealing service to get the floor back in shape. The client agreed to the service and set up another date for the job.
Our experts returned to the customer's house a few days later to perform the service. They began by coating the floor with a pH-neutral cleaner that's safe for both tile and grout. This cleaner has been enhanced with an ingredient that can help inhibit the growth of bacteria, fungi, mold and microorganisms. After letting the cleaner soak for a few minutes, our crew used a high-speed scrubber to remove the grime from the tiles and grout lines.
Once the kitchen floor was clean and our techs made sure the grout lines were in good shape, they finished the process by coating the grout lines with our flagship sealant ColorSeal. This is an acrylic-based sealant that protects grout against dirt, water, spills, stains, mold, and mildew. It also comes in a variety of colors. The client chose white to match the appearance of the tiles.
The client was amazed by the results. Our team had dramatically changed the appearance of his kitchen floor. The homeowner thanked our team for their hard work and said he would recommend Sir Grout Bucks PA and West NJ to anyone in need of a grout cleaning and sealing service.
Before leaving, our techs gave the customer some tips to help him keep the kitchen floor in good condition. They first suggested cleaning the floor once a week using a pH-neutral cleaner like Sir Grout's Natural Hard Surface Cleaner. Not only does this cleaner facilitate the cleaning process, it also prolongs the lifespan of ColorSeal. They also advised the client to avoid acidic products and homemade recipes. Most of these cleaning solutions contain substances that deteriorate tile and grout. To finish, our techs suggested wiping spills away as soon as they happened. Letting food waste and water sit on the floor is a recipe for disaster, so it's best to avoid it completely.
Are the grout lines in your kitchen dirty? Sir Grout Bucks PA and West NJ can clean them for you. We are the leading experts in the field of hard surface restoration. Call us at (215) 450-5763 or fill out the "Request a Quote" form on this page to schedule a free in-home evaluation today. Don't forget to subscribe to our newsletter to receive our latest news and promotions.
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