Welcome to the Area category for the Sir Grout Blog. Here you'll find blog posts related to stone and tile hard surfaces that we've restored in different areas. See the amazing transformations with the included before and after pictures. Feel free to share and leave your comments.
There are lots of misconceptions about whether grout should be sealed or not. It would mainly depend on the type of grout used.
Like any material, heavy traffic, improper cleaning methods or products, can cause your ceramic tiles to look lifeless or even degrade them over time.
The use of incorrect grout sealants or no sealant at all can cause your grout to crack, chip, fall out, become stained, attract mold, and more.
Your shower's grout can form pinholes if it's unsealed or has been neglected over time. Learn how to repair them in our latest guide here.
Moisture that gets behind tiles can destroy the drywall backing, cause rot, and cause the tiles to begin to fall off or lead to mold problems.
Stone countertops can elevate a kitchen's appearance, but they need to be cared for. Here are some tips to maintain their beauty and lifespan.
After installing new tiles, most installers will not seal the tile surfaces right away to ensure that the grout has enough time to cure completely.
When the fixtures surrounding tubs, showers, sinks, and backsplashes are moldy, peeled, or cracked, you should immediately take action.
Beyond the normal cleaning routines like sweeping, mopping, or wiping down surfaces, grout lines receive little to no additional attention.
Many people find excessive water around the tub or shower and assume there is a leaking pipe or drain when that isn't necessarily the case.
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