See How a Grout Cleaning Service in Tucson, AZ Changed the Appearance of a Customer's Ceramic Floors for the Better
July 21, 2020
Dingy grout can completely ruin the appearance of a ceramic tile floor. A homeowner in Tucson, AZ recently contacted us to have the fixtures on his ceramic floors cleaned and sealed. Despite cleaning the floors regularly, their grout lines had become darker over time. He tried cleaning them with homemade recipes that had been recommended to him, but none of them worked. After searching online for advice, he learned these problems occur when the grout hasn't been sealed in a long time.
Most websites suggested having the grout lines thoroughly cleaned and sealed to avoid further deterioration. With this in mind, the homeowner decided to search for professional grout cleaning services in Tucson, AZ
. He quickly found our website in the top search results. After reading about our services and watching a few video testimonials from satisfied customers, he called to request a free in-home consultation.
On the day of the evaluation, our techs went to the client's home to inspect the floors. Upon checking the surfaces, our experts understood why the homeowner was concerned. The discolored grout gave the surfaces an unclean appearance. After testing the state of the grout's sealant, our tech assured the customer it had completely worn off. Fortunately, even though the fixtures had worn out, the damage wasn't severe. To fix the problem, our team offered the homeowner a top-notch grout cleaning and sealing procedure to get the floor back in shape. To seal the grout, they would use our proprietary sealant ColorSeal. The client agreed to the service and set up a date for the job.
Our experts returned to the customer's house a few days later to perform the service. The first step was applying a pH-neutral cleaner to the floors and letting them soak for a couple of minutes. Not only is this cleaner safe for grout, it also keeps surfaces protected from harmful microorganisms for up to one week after it has been applied. Next, they used a high-speed scrubber to remove the grime from the tiles and grout lines. Once the floors were clean and our techs made sure the grout lines were in good shape, they finished by applying ColorSeal to the grout lines. This is an acrylic-based sealant that protects grout against spills, stains, water, mold, and mildew. It also comes in a variety of colors. The client chose white to give his surfaces a hygienic appearance.
The client was thrilled by the results. Our team had dramatically changed the appearance of his ceramic tile floors. The homeowner thanked our team for the service and said he would recommend Sir Grout Tucson to anyone in need of hard surface restoration.
Before leaving, our techs gave the customer some care tips to keep the floors looking great. He first recommended cleaning the surfaces once a week using a pH-neutral cleaner like Sir Grout's Natural Hard Surface Cleaner
. Unlike most homemade recipes, this cleaner doesn't contain acidic substances. This means it won't damage tile nor wear out grout. He also suggested wiping the excess moisture away from the floor after every cleaning session. Not only does this practice prolong the lifespan of ColorSeal, it also prevents dirt from spreading across the surface.
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