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This Shower in Rochester Regained All Its Beauty Thanks to Our Hard Surface Restoration Services

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May 28, 2024

It's normal to feel frustrated after getting lackluster results during your cleaning routine, especially on bathroom surfaces where hygiene is so important. A homeowner in Rochester tried to make progress on her shower, but she kept finding new areas where mold had left its mark. She hated seeing the black grout lines on the floor and the walls, but strived to keep her cool while looking for a solution.

Tile Shower Before and After Our Hard Surface Restoration Services in Rochester
One of her friends recommended letting a professional handle the problem, and the homeowner was drawn to the idea right away. She found Sir Grout Macomb while looking for hard surface restoration services in Rochester. As she read through our website, the homeowner felt a weight had been lifted off her shoulders because she knew that she could trust our techs with her shower.

She contacted us via phone call and our agent answered all her questions before helping her pick up a date for an in-home evaluation. As scheduled, our techs visited her house before the end of that week, and the homeowner immediately welcomed them into her home.

During the inspection of the shower, our techs checked the grout on the floor and walls, the seams, and the marks of efflorescence on the tiles. They immediately noticed that the mold was thicker around the corner seams, where part of the surface had gone loose over time. Unfortunately, generic cleaners do little to fix these issues; instead, they create a soapy film on top of the porous surface, making way for water and dirt. As our experts explained, Sir Grout's special equipment would do a quick job of removing the stains before the restoration.

They also needed to regrout the seams and seal the grout lines on the sides. Otherwise, soap and hard water would soil the shower once again in a relatively short while. The client listened attentively to what our techs had to say and immediately asked them to come back at a later date to revamp the shower.

So, our specialists returned to her house only a few days later, on the agreed-upon date for the restoration. They carefully prepared the shower area with masking tape and started spreading a permeating cleaner on every surface. After letting the product sit for a few minutes, our specialists vapor cleaned the shower stall and scrubbed off the residue, including all traces of mold, mildew, and soap scum.

To restore the shower joints, they removed the old caulk and installed epoxy grout, repeating the process on the wall corners after regrouting the horizontal seams. Then, they sealed all the grout lines on the floor and the walls. Our signature ColorSeal provides all the protection you could ask for; it wards off water, soap, mold, and other external agents that would normally cause permanent stains. It's the surest way to preserve your grout and simplify your cleaning routine.

Needless to say, the homeowner was thrilled with the result. She admired her shower area and praised our crew for cleaning the grout so thoroughly. She planned on spreading the word around her friends and relatives since she knew a lot of people who were going through difficult problems in their own bathroom surfaces.

While getting ready to leave the client's home, our techs took a few moments to share some additional pointers. They started by recommending pH-neutral cleaners like Sir Grout's Natural Hard Surface Cleaner after going over the different side effects of traditional products.

With our cleaner, you can have your shower looking spotless in minutes because it removes mold, mildew, soap scum, and other elements without subjecting your surfaces to harsh ingredients. There's no better way to completement the sealant's grout protection while keeping a safer space, with no toxic fumes contaminating your bathroom surfaces. We also recommend clients to avoid using steel wools and other abrasive tools. A clean towel or a squeegee will get rid of the stains more effectively without scratching the tiles in the process.

The homeowner asked about the best way to keep mold from spreading since routine cleaning hadn't helped in the past. Our techs explained that bathroom areas need to be properly ventilated to counter all the dampness. That's why we always remind clients to open the windows and doors for at least a few hours. This will keep the air from becoming stale and prevent many of the issues that compromise your bathroom's hygiene.

The specialists at Sir Grout Macomb are here to set the standard for hard surface restoration. We know how to revamp your bathroom surfaces with results that stand the test of time, so you can come to us if you can't find your way around a specific issue. Our services address common problems like moldy grout, damaged seams, tile discoloration, and more. Just call (586) 544-0044 or schedule a free quote online to request an appointment with our crew. And be sure to subscribe to our newsletter so you don't miss our latest promotions and updates.
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