GROUT COLOUR SEALING
Tile regrouting is a popular solution for flakey, missing or discoloured grout. Often an entire area needs to be regrouted. If this is the case then you can choose to change the colour of the grout with a quality colour sealer. However, sometimes you only need to regrout a particular section. For example, a tiled splashback in a kitchen gets more wear and tear and the grout will most likely need replacing more frequently. However, grout in the other areas of the kitchen will not need to be replaced. If this is the case, then using a grout colour sealant can be used to provide a consistent look throughout the kitchen.
Using specialised hand-held tools and machinery, we remove your grout safely and efficiently, without damaging your tiles. We then mix the grout which has a strong uniform colour, that reduces efflorescence and, mould. It is also polymer fortified (flexible), reducing the likelihood of cracking due to building movement.
HOW WE WORK OUR GROUT COLOUR SEALING MAGIC
- Inspection – We do a detailed inspection. This is to make sure we identify everything that needs to be done in relation to the regrouting and colour sealing. We also discuss with you the expectations you have in relation to the regrouting and colour sealant process and finish.
- Quote – We provide you with a full quote before we start any work. This way you know exactly how much the regrouting and colour sealant will cost upfront.
- Old Grout– Using hand held equipment, we remove the old, broken and discoloured grout. We take special care not to damage the tiles while taking the old grout out. We always make sure that just enough grout is taken out to allow the new replacement grout to bond properly.
- Clean the Tiles – After the old grout is removed we then carefully clean the tiles to remove any dirt or loose debris.
- Choose the Grout – You are assured that we only use the best quality grout that is suitable for the task at hand.
- Mix the Grout – We mix new grout, based on your colour choice.
- Application – We carefully apply your new grout seamlessly. We take particular care to make sure grout joints are filled completely.
- Remove Excess Grout – Grout lines are cleaned and any grout haze removed from tiles.
- Cure Grout – Grout takes 24 hours to cure. This allows the bonds to fully form. Avoid getting the grout wet during this time.
- Buff Excess Grout – When the grout has dried we will buff off any excess grout with a clean dry white cloth.
- Grout Colour Sealant – We then seal the grout in the colour choice selected. As well as looking great, the colour sealant will help protect it from mould, mildew and further discolouration or damage.
- Voila – hello new grout that looks great and is much easier to keep clean!
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LET US HELP
Our tile cleaning experts go that extra step and advise you on the best method and products to use in between professional cleans, so you can maintain and enjoy the sparkle for longer.
Find out more about some of our regrouting jobs we have done for our many satisfied customers by viewing our before and after photos.