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  • Put Down That Cleaning Product

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    Your cabinets are most likely stocked with an assortment of common household cleaning products. Whether you saw them on a TV commercial or your mother used them growing up, you’ve chosen particular types and brands to clean all areas of your home. However, most of these cleaners cannot properly clean and/or seal grout and tile. Over time, your tile and grout will just get dirtier and the floors, counters, and backsplashes will look far more aged than they should. There’s a chance all your cleaning with these products can even be making your grout and tile have more stains and dirt on them.

    When it comes to cleaning grout and tile, the chemicals in a product matter. Different surfaces require different cleaning methods and products. The right maintenance for your grout and tile can be achieved by using grout cleaner and grout sealer by a company like Grout Shield. Grout Shield cleaners have a neutral-pH level that is safe on grout and tile. Cleaners help grout lines look renewed and clean. The formula is a non-combustible, fast-aching concentrate.

    Below are some ingredients that are found in most common cleaners that can hurt your grout and tile.

    Bleach – Bleach doesn’t actually clean anything you put it on. Bleach does not contain a cleaning agent. Many bleaches contain sodium hypochlorite, which can disintegrate concrete (main component of most grout).

    Ammonia – Ammonia can damage the finish off grout and tile.

    Vinegar and Acidic Cleaners – The acid in vinegar will get rid of the finish and shine on your grout and tile; it can discolor them, as well.

    Grout Shield has a Maintenance Cleaner and a Grout & Tile Deep Cleaner both are great at lifting stains and dirt from the pores in the grout.

    Use Grout Shield Cleaner
    Don’t waste any more money or time cleaning with products that are ultimately destroying your tile and grout. Grout Shield sells cleaners in a variety of sizes to accommodate different sizes of rooms. Grout Shield’s cleaners are easy to use.

    To learn more about grout cleaner, click here or call 239-768-6809 or call toll free at 1-800-631-0716 with any questions.

  • DIY Grout Restoration

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    Believe it or not, grout lines can make or break the look of a room in your house. Dirty or cracked grout can make people think your bathroom isn’t clean, or that your kitchen hasn’t been kept up in decades. Instead of massively renovating over tile floors, tubs, walls, counters, or pool areas in your home, you can do a quick cleaning, sealing, and repair job on the grout lines – this will not only save you thousands of dollars, but it’ll save you from quite the headache as well! By knowing how to fix your grout yourself and what cleaning products to use, you can have a practically brand-new looking home!

     

    To repair grout on your own, here are a few simple steps to take to fix it without hiring a professional:

     

    • --Buy a grout that matches your current grout (or as close as possible)
    • --Remove any loose or broken grout by using a grout saw.
    • --Clean the grout lines where you removed the damaged grout with some cold water and towel dry.
    • --Follow the grout instructions to prepare the mixture
    • --Fill the lines with the grout and make sure the grout is level and straight. To do this, you use a grout float.
    • --Clean the tiles with a sponge from any of the grout that may have gotten on them by accident.

     

     

    To clean the current grout, one it is all dried and in place, use Grout Shield’s Grout & Tile Cleaner. This cleaner will remove any excess dirt or grease from the old or new grout you just placed down. This cleaner will also clean and remove any previous sealer that was on the grout. After the area is done being cleaned and has had time to dry, apply Grout Shield’s Clear Seal. This clear seal can be applied to seal new or older tile and grout installations. By properly sealing your grout, it will prevent it from getting stained or discolored.

     

    If you’re thinking about fixing up and cleaning the tile in your home, purchasing Grout Shield products will make your grout look brand new again. Grout Shield even offers color options for its grout sealers if you decide you want to give a room an entirely different look. To purchase Grout Shield cleaners or sealers or learn more, click here or call 1-800-631-0716.

  • Why It’s Important to Seal Your Grout

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    It isn’t enough to just clean your grout, sealing it is just as important. With the right grout sealer, you won’t even have to worry about cleaning your grout as often, if at all!

     

    Whether it’s a newly cleaned or newly tiled kitchen floor or tiled bathroom shower, you want these places looking their best. Since you spent a lot of money on a new tile job or so much time cleaning the grout, it should look great, right? Grout sealers are the best solution to keep grout looking new year around. Grout isn’t as resilient to stains, dirt, and other grime, as tile is, so it’s in your best interest to seal it for an added boost of protection.

     

    Grout is porous, which means it easily absorbs liquids and other debris it comes in contact with. Ever spill wine on your tiled kitchen counter? You clean up the spill, and the tile looks sparkly clean but the grout is now a darker wine-stained color. If there had been a sealant on this grout, you could easily wipe away the wine spill and your grout would look like nothing ever touched it.

     

    Grout Shield offers grout sealers that make the grout become impenetrable; a shield is created so liquids can no longer penetrate the porous grout.  Grout Shield offers sealers in clear and color options. If you want to change the entire look of a room after cleaning the grout, a color sealer is a great way to make a frugal, smart way to update to the room without having to replace the tile or grout itself.

     

    Of course, no one is forcing you to seal your grout after you clean it or install new tile work; however, home experts recommend that you do invest in sealing the grout. The sealer will save you a lot of upkeep time, since the grout will remain brand new looking for years. Not only does the grout stay looking clean, but the sealer helps keep away mold and mildew from growing in the grout lines.

     

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    Looking to have a low maintenance kitchen, bathroom, or pool area? Grout Shield sealers are your best bet to experience clean grout for longer! To purchase a grout sealer or to learn more about the product, click here or call 1-800-631-0716.

  • Don’t Forget to Seal Your Grout!

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    You just had your bathroom floor retiled. It looks perfect! You definitely want it to look this way forever. As the contractor finishes, you ask him if it needs to be sealed. There is a chance he may say, “No,” and there are a few reasons for this. One, he may have used an epoxy-based grout, which is a water-resistant material that doesn’t require a sealer. He may have used a grout that has a sealer in it. He may just personally feel the grout doesn’t need to be sealed. He may not feel like coming back. Or, he may tell you it needs to be sealed, but not yet.

    You DO want to seal the grout. But after an installation, it is best to wait a bit to put a sealer on the area. You want to allow the new grout to cure 48 to 72 hours before sealing. Right before you seal, double check the entire area and make sure none of the grout lines aren’t cracked or compromised in any way.

    The short time it takes to apply a grout sealer is something worth investing in. It’s a simple job. If you don’t apply a sealer, you run the risk of mold living in the grout or discolored and stained grout lines. That new bathroom floor you just had done? It could easily look old in a matter of days if not properly sealed. One small spill can ruin the entire look of the room.

    The bathroom is home to so many different liquids and dirt that can compromise your grout, including: mud, water, mouthwash, toothpaste, makeup, perfume, and soap. By sealing your grout, you will preserve the color of the grout from these products. The grout sealer soaks into the grout creating a barrier against anything that comes in contact with the grout.

    Depending on how much foot traffic goes on in your bathroom, you’ll want to reseal the area every six to 12 months.

     

    Sealing grout is important. If you don’t, dirt and liquid stains may become permanent, and all that money and time that went into your bathroom floor was for, essentially nothing. Grout Shield sells grout sealers are penetrating sealers designed to revitalize and protect grout.  To learn more about these grout sealers, click here or call 1-800-631-0716 for pricing estimates and more information.

  • How to Use Our Grout Sealer

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    Restoring grout isn’t just about cleaning it to get that “like new” look, it’s about preventative care, as well. If you know certain areas of grout in the home are in highly trafficked areas or are easily exposed to spills, muck, and other filth, it’s best not only to clean these areas, but seal them as well. Sealing the grout will keep it protected. With a sealer, future maintenance of the grout will be cut down significantly.

     

    At Grout Shield, our quality sealers can be used to seal new tile and grout installations, as well as natural stones and outside concrete. Grout Shield sealers make the grout become impenetrable, which means liquids and stains won’t be able to seep into the grout. The sealers help maintain the grout’s original color, so light and age will have little effect on the grout’s appearance. The sealer also allows for you to easily wipe off dirt, liquids, and other debris that lands on the grout.

     

    Here are the types of sealer we offer, and how to use them:

     

    Grout Shield Clear Sealer – This clear-colored sealer protects newly laid tile and grout from becoming stained, dirty, and discolored.

     

    Grout Shield Color Sealer – This penetrating sealer revitalizes and restores color to the grout. This sealer is a colorant and sealer in one product.

     

    Grout Shield Enhancer Seal –  Our enhancer seal is used on existing ceramic, slate, or Mexican tile floor to make the tiles look vibrant and new again.

     

    To use: Grout Shield sealers are very easy to apply and use with not special techniques required. Apply an even coat of the sealer across the grout lines (or tiles for the enhancer sealer); then, wipe off any excess or pooling; let the area dry thoroughly.

     

    Purchasing a Sealer
    Sealers truly “seal the deal” with grout restoration. With just one coat, a person can save so much money and time down the road with maintaining a great looking tiled surface. The end result of applying a sealer is a well-protected, better-looking floor, wall, pool area, etc.  To purchase or learn more about the different types of sealers, click here or call 1-800-631-0716.

  • All About Grout

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    You have grout in your kitchen. You have grout in the shower. You have grout out at the pool. But, what exactly is grout? And what’s its purpose? Grout is a porous, cement or epoxy-based material that locks tiles together to keep out water; it fills in spaces between stone and tiles, which also gives the surface a better finished look. Grout makes floors, walls, counter tops, etc., stronger by bonding the tiles together. Grout also helps prevent the edges of tiles from chipping.

     

    The tiles are usually the star of the show, but grout often becomes noticed when it becomes dirty. All types of grout require maintenance from time to time.  Fortunately, Grout Shield cleaners can clean all types. Here are some details about different types of grout:

     

    Sanded grout – This grout contains fine sand; it is most often used for seams 1/8” and wilder.
    Unsanded grout – This grout is usually used for seams less than 1/8” wide. This is a smooth blend of cement and powdered pigments mixed with water.

     

    Epoxy grout – This type of grout can be both sanded in unsanded; it is resistant to most stains and chemicals, because it includes a hardener and an epoxy resin. It is usually used for tiles ½” or less. This grout is best used for heavily trafficked or exposed areas.

     

    Grout also comes in an endless number of colors. Homeowners can choose whether they want their grout to contrast with the tile, be the same color as the tile, or just be a neutral color. The choice of the color is completely dependent on the tastes of the homeowner.

     

    Cleaning and Restoring Grout
    Despite years of grim build up, it is likely most tile can be restored, and doesn’t have to be replaced. With the proper cleaners and sealers, grout can look new and future stains can be prevented or at least not affect the grout as badly as before. Grout Shield’s products can easily restore soiled grout lines to a “like new” appearance. To learn more about Grout Shield’s products, click here or call 239-768-6809 or 1-800-631-0716 to learn what to purchase.



  • Save Money on Remodeling by Cleaning Kitchen Grout

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    Many homeowners have a “dream kitchen” in mind. Fancy moldings, stainless steel appliances, a big island with granite counter tops – the list goes on. However, sometimes the cost of such a state-of-the-art, beautiful kitchen is extremely costly, keeping many people from taking the steps necessary to achieve an updated kitchen. Whether you just purchased the home or its been in the family for generations, there are ways to save on a remodeling job. One way: don’t replace the floor. The solution? Make the floor look brand new by simply restoring your kitchen grout.

     

    Unless floor tiles are badly damaged or broken, there’s no need for you to spend an exuberant amount of money to make your kitchen floor look great. Mostly likely, the grout is dirty. Does the image of bright white tiles framed by black lines sound familiar to you? Not a pretty sight, right? This can be fixed. To save time and money even more, you don’t even have to replace all of the kitchen grout; you can utilize a Grout Shield restoration product instead.

     

    Restoring a tile is possible and easy these days. To save even more, you don’t have to hire a company to do the job, you can easily do it yourself. With grout, you can either choose to restore/clean up the color or change the color for an entirely different look. Here are three options in our product line at Grout Shield that can help you make your kitchen look brand new:

     

    Grout Shield Color Sealer – This product allows homeowners to match or change the color of the existing kitchen grout without having to remove any of the grout. This will change the color of the grout and seal it. With this product, any color is possible. We are able to match any color you need to get the job done.

     

    Grout Shield Maintenance Cleaner – If your kitchen grout is dirty and you’re happy sticking with the same color, the cleaner is what you need for the job. Dilute the cleaner in water, damp your mop and towel dry. It’s easy!

     

    Grout Shield Restoration Kit – A kit is the best way to fully restore the kitchen floor. Grout Shield offers seven different package kits to help restore the look of grout. Each kit’s contents vary depending of the size of the job that needs to be done. The kits offer everything you need for a full restoration: cleaner, sealant, colors, chamois, brushes, and instructions.

     

    Time to Clean that Grout
    A clean floor can make all the difference in a kitchen. A new grout color might even be enough to make your entire kitchen appear brand new! Instead of tearing up the floor, a full restoration is possible with Grout Shield products. The team at Grout Shield can help you determine what products are best for your needs, preferences, and the current condition of your kitchen grout. If you’re unsure of how to apply the products, team members can answer any questions you have regarding usage.

     

    For more information on Grout Shield products in your kitchen, click here, or call 239-768-6809 or call toll free at 1-800-631-0716.

     

  • Customer review

    This grout restoration kit works great. I did a small bathroom in around 1.5 hours. It is time consuming but totally worth it! Mostly it took me a while to learn how to wipe it off and not wipe off the stain from the grout.

  • Wow Great Review Useing Grout Shield Color Seal

    I was not sure this product would do what it says it will do, DOES IT EVER! My ugly grout looks brand new. It looks so good, I keep looking at it in amazement. I have lived with my ugly grout for 3 years. I can not remember ever being so impressed with a product. This stuff does EXACTLY what they say it will do. For less than thirty dollars and a few hours of simple work I have beautiful floors. Thank you to the inventor of this simple solution. I am not a review writer, however I had to give some love to this stuff. WELL DONE.

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