Wishing Your Family a Thanksgiving Day Full of Memories as Long-Lasting as Your Home's Hard Surfaces
November 25, 2014
What could be better than a day devoted to nothing but relaxing with your closest family and friends, watching football, and stuffing yourself with delicious home-cooked food? That's right…absolutely nothing! Get excited because Thanksgiving, one of the best holidays of the year, is finally here.
Thanksgiving is looked upon warmly by Americans as being the start to a season of happiness, good cheer, and great memories. This day is the first family gathering of the holiday season, and, for many, is a reunion between ourselves and relatives whom we haven't seen all year.
Because of all the cooking that must get done on this day in order to create the most perfect homemade meal, many Thanksgiving memories are made in the kitchen. On Thanksgiving, family recipes get passed down from one generation to the next by watching and helping mom and grandma (or whomever the cooks in your family may be) make each delectable dish. What day could be better for sharing these family cooking secrets than the one where the whole family will get to enjoy the freshly prepared food together?
However, while Thanksgiving is ideal for creating long-lasting memories, if you're not careful it can also create just as long-lasting damage on your countertops and kitchen floor. When cooking in the kitchen, especially when many people are cooking a high volume of food all at once, ingredients inevitably get spilled and messes get made. For example, when acidic ingredients, food, or drinks are spilled (e.g. vinegar, juice, wine, or lemon), they can leave etch marks on your hard surfaces. If your surfaces are made out of wood, you will also need to watch out for water and other liquids. When these substances are spilled, damage can result, especially if left on the surface for a long period of time. This can easily happen if, for example, you're too busy cooking to even notice the spill. However, even if you clean up the spill right away, it's possible for the damage to remain. On Thanksgiving, you want your focus to be on family, not on worrying about damaging your home's hard surfaces.
Luckily, when the Thanksgiving festivities come to an end this Thursday night, the cleanup process doesn't have to be a losing battle. The Sir Grout tile, grout, stone, and wood specialists are armed with a plethora of damage control solutions for all your kitchen's hard surfaces. We ensure that each of our hard surface solutions will expertly combat any harm that may result from this year's Turkey Day mayhem. Our restoration professionals are highly experienced in cleaning and removing stains and cracks from tile, marble, granite, travertine, slate, or any other stone surface that might be found in your kitchen. But what if you end up with etch marks or scratches? Don't worry! Sir Grout can hone and polish your stone's surface back to its original glory. What if your floors are made of wood and the holiday ends up leaving them looking a little less than their best? No problem-we have solutions for that as well! Sir Grout offers wood deep cleaning and refinishing services, both of which can excellently restore your wood's beauty. For any damage your home's hard surfaces may encounter this week, we have the solution.
This Thanksgiving, have fun with your family and have no worries about messes being made. After Thanksgiving Day has taken its toll on your floors, tables, and countertops, Sir Grout, the leading hard surface restoration experts, will be there to help, so that all you need to focus on this Thursday is enjoying the precious time you get to spend making memories with your loved ones.
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