A Shower Recovered Its Original Look Thanks to a Grout Recoloring Service in Arlington, VA
September 20, 2017
This homeowner in Arlington, VA was working nonstop for 15 years and never had the chance to dedicate time to properly clean and maintain her home. Now that she was retired, she wanted to devote some time to finally give her home a refreshed look. After cleaning the attic, the garage, the kitchen, and the bedrooms, she realized it wasn't that bad, the only part of the house she was concerned about was her shower—its walls looked dull and the grout around the tiles were in poor conditions. She wanted to do something about it, so she decided to clean the shower using abrasive cleaning products she bought at the local store.
After two weeks of committed cleaning, she noticed there were no positive results—the walls were not looking any better. She decided to call her brother to ask him if he knew about a grout recoloring company in Arlington
, given that he had recently had a similar problem at home. He recommended Sir Grout Washington DC Metro without hesitation because of the excellent job we did. The homeowner looked at photos of previous jobs we have done on our website and she was convinced. She immediately called us to set up an appointment for a free evaluation.
On the day of the evaluation, we inspected the shower; the brownish tiles were in good condition but the grout was definitely dull. We explained to the homeowner that years of improper cleaning methods and products allowed a layer of dirt to build up; however, she had nothing to worry about. We had the perfect solution to solve this problem. We proposed a grout cleaning and recoloring service, and she accepted right away.
A few days later, we returned to get the job done. We started by applying Sir Grout's proprietary non-toxic cleaner to break up the grime all over the walls. After that, we cleaned the surfaces using a high-speed scrubber to remove most of the dirt. We also used a steam cleaner to deeply sanitize the hard-to-reach spaces. Since the grout was in a good shape, no repairs were necessary. We proceeded by applying ColorSeal to the grout lines to give them a fresh and uniform white color. This process recolors the grout and leaves it looking new again—it's one of the best sealants on the market, designed by experts with years of experience in bringing old, weathered tile and grout back to life. And the most important part of this: ColorSeal makes grout stain-, water-, mold-, and mildew-resistant.
At Sir Grout Washington DC Metro, we take the trust that our clients put in us very seriously, and for that we take extra care to make sure every customer is satisfied with the final outcome.
After the job was done, the team showed the results to the homeowner. The shower was stunning! She couldn't stop thanking our team for a wonderful service. She was absolutely thrilled with the amazing job. She mentioned that she would recommend us to family and friends if they were looking for a hard surface restoration company because we are the best.
She asked the team what she could do to maintain her shower. Our team explained to the homeowner what she needed to do to keep her shower looking great. We told her she should always apply pH-neutral, soap-less cleaners to the shower and recommended her to never air dry it; she should remove all the dirty water and cleaner residue with a dry terry cloth instead. She thanked us for the recommendations.
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