A Grout Cleaning Service Renewed this Bathroom in Dallas, TX
December 19, 2019After moving into their new apartment last year, a couple in Dallas started a thorough cleaning process to make their place look brand-new. Everything went well until they came across the master bathroom. Even though the bathroom floor had beautiful tiles, grimy grout overshadowed their appearance. They tried cleaning the grout lines using DIY cleaning methods and homemade recipes, but there was no improvement.
In fact, the grout lines only became worse. After a brief conversation, the couple decided to seek professional help. They went online and searched for grout cleaning services in Dallas, TX. Fortunately, they found our website in the top search results. After watching some of the video testimonials by previous customers, they decided to schedule a free in-home evaluation.
A few days later, our team of professionals visited the couple's apartment to assess the bathroom's surfaces. As soon as they entered the bathroom, they noticed the grout lines on the floor were filled with grime. The expansion joints surrounding the bathtub were also deteriorated. When our experts asked the homeowners about their cleaning routine, the couple admitted to using acidic homemade recipes they found online in an attempt to clean the grout lines.
Their answer gave our techs a complete understanding of the problem. The acidic cleaner had been eating away the grout's sealant, allowing excess moisture to seep in and cause further damage to the fixtures. To fix the problem, our team offered the couple a grout cleaning and sealing procedure. To seal the grout, they would use our proprietary sealant ColorSeal. They would also repair the damaged expansion joints and re-grout a few of the fixtures on the floor. The clients accepted the offer and scheduled an appointment for later in the week.
Our team went back to the customer's home on the scheduled day to perform the service. They started by soaking the bathroom's surfaces with a pH-neutral cleaner. On top of being safe for tile and grout, this cleaner contains enhanced properties that help inhibit the growth of bacteria, fungi, mold and microorganisms. After most of the deep-seated grime came loose, our techs used a high-speed scrubber to extract the remaining dirt from the bathroom's joints. Once they finished cleaning, our crew dried the surface and performed a thorough check to see which fixtures needed to be repaired. They replaced the expansion joints surrounding the bathtub and re-grouted a few sections of the bathroom floor where the grout had cracked.
When they finished the repairs, our techs continued the restoration process by applying ColorSeal to the grout lines. This is an acrylic-based sealant that shuts off the grout's pores, protecting it against water, stains, mold, and mildew. It also makes hard surfaces easier to maintain. The customers chose white ColorSeal to achieve a hygienic appearance.
The clients couldn't believe the outcome. The bathroom was fully clean, and the grout lines looked pristine. They thanked our team for the results they had achieved and complimented them for their hard work. They also said they would recommend our services to their friends and family.
In order to keep the bathroom in its current state, our techs gave the couple some advice before they left. First, they recommended cleaning the bathroom using a damp mop and a pH-neutral cleaner like Sir Grout's Natural Hard Surface Cleaner. Unlike most homemade recipes or store-bought products, this cleaner doesn't damage tile or grout. It also prolongs the lifespan of ColorSeal. They also suggested keeping the bathroom ventilated, in addition to using a dry cloth to wipe away the excess water after using the bathtub.
When your grout lines are in awful condition, make sure to reach out to Sir Grout Dallas Fort Worth, the world's leading experts in the field of hard surface restoration. Call us at (972) 370-9543 or fill out the "Request a Quote" form at the bottom of this page to schedule a free in-home consultation today. Also, subscribe to our newsletter to keep up with our latest news and promotions.
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