Grout is common in many homes, in tiled areas like bathrooms and kitchens. You've probably noticed that your grout is getting a gray tinge, or it just looks like it's filthy! When no amount of cleaning can change the grout color back to white, that's when you know your grout is just discolored.
You've probably tried every method under the sun to get your grout looking fresh and new again, from bleach to scrubbing it until your hands were raw! It can be a daunting task.
What many people don't realize is that the tried and true solution of bleach can actually break down the grout structure, making it brittle. In the long run, this will make it even harder for you to clean and restore the color back to the grout.
There are a few options when it comes to fixing discolored grout. You can try a grout re-stainer such as Grout Renew, available at places such as Home Depot or Lowes. You can hire a company to restore or re-stain your grout. You can also replace all of the grout, which can be a costly choice, but easily extends the life of your tiles, and refreshes the area!
Whatever your choice, Gator Clean can help restore the beauty of your tile and grout, with our expert technicians. Fill out our online quote request form today!