Our Grout Cleaning in Nashville Effectively Restored the Condition of This Bathroom Floor
November 20, 2022Nasty bathroom surfaces are always a problem for homeowners. The situation for this homeowner was no different. The grout lines in her ceramic bathroom were dirty and had a dark tone. Sadly, no one was able to stop the deterioration until our arrival. The homeowner eventually contacted our grout cleaning company in Nashville, Tennessee, because she was disappointed that none of her cleaning products had done any good to her surfaces.
At first, she had looked online for more advice on caring for ceramic surfaces. By chance, she came upon Sir Grout Nashville and she was captivated by the results visible in our before and after picture gallery. The client requested an in-home evaluation via our "Request a Quote" page.
Our professionals visited the owner's home a few days later to examine the floor. We immediately observed the tiles' stained appearance and the grout lines looking really dirty. We told the owner that conventional cleaning procedures would not help that much in this particular case, so our crew decided to offer the owner our multi-step grout cleaning procedure, which the owner agreed to.
On the appointed day, we went back to our client's house prepared to restore the bathroom floor. The best outcomes were achieved through a sequence of steps. To get rid of all the black dirt, grime, and residue, the surfaces were repeatedly stripped and cleaned. In order to get rid of soap film and hard water minerals, we started by using bio-safe cleaners to scrub the tiles and grout completely. The more challenging-to-reach places were then steam cleaned. When we were done, the entire ceramic bathroom floor was spotless. The sealing process.
Our team used Sir Grout's patented ColorSeal to seal every grout line on the bathroom floor and then coated the surface to enhance the tiles and make the surfaces easier to clean. The best long-term way to maintain immaculate grout in the busiest areas of a home is to use our unique sealer. This sealant comes in a variety of colors and guarantees the most attractive appearance while preventing the development of mold, fungi, and mildew. The floor looked amazing when we were done.
The client was stoked with the results of our efforts, she said that her master bathroom had never had a better look, and she also mentioned that she would recommend us to her friends.
We always take the time to provide our clients with useful advice on the best maintenance practices. We advised establishing a weekly cleaning schedule that exclusively included products with a neutral pH, such as Sir Grout's Natural Hard Surface Cleaner. Our product offers outstanding outcomes and a lot of advantages, making it a top-notch cleaner.
Soap-based cleaning products and substances with an acidic pH are not advised. These products contain abrasive components that may have harmful surface effects. Additionally, they leave behind a gooey foam that seeps into the grout, causing stains, discoloration, and a number of other problems. Always use clean mops when cleaning the area, and wait until the floor has dried up before going back in. Place a doormat at the entrance to lessen the buildup of dirt.
Have your floors lost their beauty? Don't panic, and contact Sir Grout Nashville to give you the most thorough hard surface restoration service. Our methods are the best when it comes to improving the look of residential hard surfaces. Call us at (615) 649-6767 or fill out the "Request a Quote" form on this page to schedule a free consultation today. If you want to keep up with our latest news and promotions, subscribe to our newsletter.
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