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Published January 07, 2023Can Grout Get Moldy?
Mold grows in warm, damp areas where there is little to no circulation in the air. Tiles and grout are especially susceptible to the formation of mold, especially in bathrooms, kitchens, and anywhere that supports the conditions we mentioned. Proper grout sealing and maintenance are the best way to prevent issues with mold.READ MORE
Published December 16, 2022Can You Regrout Over Existing Grout?
Cement-based grout, no matter how well it is sealed, can begin to fall apart over time because it is porous and easily absorbs liquids and other contaminants that can degrade its integrity. Unsealed cement-based grout won't last long at all and should be sealed immediately.READ MORE
Published December 03, 2022How to Remove Old Grout
Grout is an essential element of tile installations. Maybe the grout is old and starting to deteriorate or you just want to change its color. Learn some of the reasons why you may want to remove old grout and regrout tile with new grout and how to do it.READ MORE
Published November 11, 2022How to Fix a Leaking Shower Without Removing Tiles
Many people notice stains on the ceiling below their bathroom or find excessive water buildup around the tub or shower area and automatically assume there is a leaking pipe or drain. That isn't necessarily the case and you don't want to rush to that conclusion and call someone to fix a problem that doesn't exist.READ MORE
Published October 17, 2022How To Keep Grout Clean
One of the biggest problems with grout is that much of it is cement-based, which means the product is porous. Cement-based grout needs to be sealed to keep it from absorbing moisture, dirt, and other external elements that can cause it to become discolored and very hard to clean.READ MORE
Published October 09, 2022Is Grout Sealing Necessary After Installing New Tile?
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. However, once the grout is completely dry, using a sealer to protect it would be a smart decision.READ MORE
Published September 07, 2022Tips to Restore Your Bathroom's Hard Surfaces After Water Damage
Some people pay little to no attention to the state of their caulk and grout, however, when the fixtures surrounding tubs, showers, sinks, and backsplashes are moldy, peeled, or cracked, you should immediately take action to prevent further damage that can result in costly repairs.READ MORE
Published August 12, 2022Can Grout Color Be Changed?
Grout has become a trend in recent years. Gone are the days when grout was nothing more than a utilitarian element in tile and mosaic installations. In fact, the color of the grout can make a drastic difference in the way a tile installation looks and we are teliing you how it can be changed.READ MORE
Published July 27, 2022Is It Necessary To Seal My Stone, Tile, and Grout in Newly Built Homes?
Moving into a newly built home is a rewarding experience. The thing is, some homebuilders don't seal your tile, grout, or stone surfaces. Find out why and more here.READ MORE
Published July 08, 2022Can I Use Bleach To Clean My Grout?
Bleach is used everywhere, from whitening our clothes to cleaning our bathrooms. But using it as your everyday hard surface cleaner can gradually damage your grout. Learn why here.READ MORE
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