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Cleaning Grout Lincoln

By Mark On February 12, 2016 Under Cleaning Grout

The title stone restoration covers a comprehensive service that can be broken down into different processes or phases. Each of these, broken down demand recognition as exceptional elements towards the restoration of damaged or worn natural stone tiles.

Whilst natural stone is used widely throughout homes including flooring, worktops, stairs, fireplaces, bars and sills, the process of restoration demands a stone restoration specialist.

Grout cleaning forms an important part of this process, however, can prove to be the difference between a fair restoration and a great result. Dirty grout lines are unsightly and can instantly be identified.

Cleaning Grout LincolnIf your grout is particularly light in colour it is likely that it will discolour more quickly than darker varieties. Dirty grout may be more noticeable than on the tiles as dirt and particles are usually wiped into the slightly recessed grout lines when routinely cleaning.

Grout is a porous material which means that it can often be more of a challenge to clean. It is sometimes considered to be an arduous task if incorrect techniques or products are chosen.

Cleaning grout and the re-colouring of grout offers incredible results. Grout recolouring can offer a guaranteed finish for up to 10 years. For this process to be completed a deep clean of the tiles and grout is needed. An epoxy sealer is then applied to the stained joints, offering a clean, non-porous, long-lasting finish.

Each part of the process needs to be fastidiously appreciated. An in-depth understanding allows us to provide a service that appropriately reflects complexity of our field.

We are able to discuss the services that we offer in further detail; part of our work is to ensure that you are left feeling elated with the results we achieve and confident that you are dealing with a trade specialist. Please call today on 0845 4599941.

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