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This Shower is Now Stain-Free Thanks to Our Professional Grout Sealing in Dallas, TX

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September 24, 2020

A woman in Dallas, TX did everything she could to make her home look pristine. When she first moved to the property, she renewed most of the rooms with ease. The only room that gave her trouble was the master bathroom, due to the shower. Grimy joints and hard water stains outweighed its beautiful décor, giving it an unsightly appearance.

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She tried cleaning the shower's tiles and grout lines with DIY cleaning methods and homemade recipes, but they only got worse. This made the homeowner realize she needed professional help, which prompted her to go online and search for grout sealing in Dallas, TX. She quickly found our website. After seeing some of the testimonials from previous customers, she decided to schedule a free in-home evaluation.

There is no doubt cleaning hard surfaces can be a difficult task for most homeowners. When it comes to showers, where grime and soap scum build up after each use, cleaning tile and grout with DIY methods and store-bought products will likely yield negative results. Unsealed shower surfaces can easily retain soil and soap residue, resulting in the discoloration of the tiles and worn-out joints.

A few days later, our team of professionals visited the client's home to perform the assessment. As soon as they entered the shower, they noticed the grime-filled grout lines and stains on the floor. The tiles were coated with soap scum and hard water stains. Upon closer inspection, they could see the expansion joints were deteriorated. When our experts asked the owner about her cleaning routine, she admitted to having used acidic solutions several times in an attempt to clean the grout.

Her answer gave our techs a complete understanding of the problem. The cleaner had damaged the joints, making them more prone to absorbing external agents. As a result, our team proposed the homeowners a multi-step restoration procedure. Not only would they clean the shower's surfaces and repair the damaged joints, they would also seal the grout lines with ColorSeal. The customer agreed to the proposal and scheduled a date for the job.

Our team went back to the client's home on the appointed date to restore the shower. They started by soaking the shower's surfaces with a pH-neutral tile and grout cleaner. They let it sit for a few minutes to ease the removal of the grime on every surface. Next, they used a high-speed scrubber to thoroughly clean the tiles and grout lines. Removing the hard water stains from the tiles wasn't a difficult task. To do this, our techs carefully applied an acidic cleaning solution to the stained tiles. This cleaner is specially made to extract the minerals that caused the stains to appear. They also sanitized the expansion joints with a steam cleaner to prevent mold and mildew growth.

After they made sure the grout lines were clean and that no residue was left behind, our techs repaired the damaged joints using our proprietary products. To finish, our crew sealed the shower's joints with our flagship sealant ColorSeal. This is both a waterproof and stainproof coating that protects grout, preventing dirt accumulation, mold and mildew growth, and stains. It also comes in a variety of colors. The client chose white to draw attention to the tiles.

When they finished, our team showed the customer the outcome. She couldn't believe how the shower's deterioration had disappeared in the blink of an eye. She thanked our professionals for the results they had achieved and complimented them for their hard work.

Before leaving, our techs gave the homeowner a few care tips to help her preserve the appearance of the shower. They first recommended cleaning the bathroom once a week using a pH-neutral cleaner like Sir Grout's Natural Hard Surface Cleaner. Unlike most household products, it doesn't damage tile or grout. It also helps prolong the lifespan of ColorSeal. They also suggested keeping the enclosure ventilated, in addition to using a dry cloth to wipe away the excess water after every shower. This will help prevent hard water stains. To finish, they advised the client to use liquid soap to prevent soap scum build up in the future.

Is your shower in bad shape? Leave it 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 on this page to schedule a free in-home consultation today. Keep up with our latest news and promotions by subscribing to our newsletter.

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