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October 4th, 2012 - 04:01 AM
Have you ever been frustrated while cleaning grouts from your tiles? Grout cleaning, an important cleaning process to refresh the look of natural stone and tile, can be really difficult. It may be a big challenge if you are unfamiliar with the process. In many cases, people prefer removing grout and then replacing it.
Though it enhances the appearance of tiles, it is a good absorbent of material like dirt, grease, soap, cooking oil, carbonate scaling, sediments and scum that make a layer over it with time. That's why grout cleaning or replacing becomes essential. There are many cleaner solutions available but none of them offer the efficiency as professional grade cleaners.
Many grout cleaning companies use special chemicals that are formulated to get rid of even the deepest stains of tile and grout. Choosing the right company is significant; you can find it by asking your family and friends who have specific referrals for it. It is also beneficial to search across online review websites for getting more information from non-biased users.
Usually, tiles of kitchen and hallway are more prone to get deposited with alkaline materials and are best to be cleaned with alkaline pH solutions. While tiles in bathrooms will require low pH solvents deposit removal. If you opt for removing grout, then try another grouting product to give it a new look. You can hire professionals to clean or remove any type of grouting in your house.
If you are removing grout and replacing it with a messy procedure, then you should think about installing the newer products like epoxy or urethane. Though these products are more expensive, they offer much better color consistency and they do not need to ever be sealed.