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The secret to bright tiles?

All of a sudden bright tiles are back in vogue and we have seen a resurgence in grout cleaning of late. The most cost effective way to achieve this look is to clean out the current grout and re-grout or re-colour. In some instances a simple clean will suffice. Re-colouring is ideal if your floor is badly stained and your existing colour is already white or cream in colour. This is an affordable option particularly considering the cost of regrouting or worse, replacing a floor.

Grout is a porous substance. One of the most common complaints with tiled floors is discolouration of the grout between the tiles – meaning the floors never look clean.

Enter grout recolouring. After thoroughly cleaning the tiled floor area, an epoxy based colourant is applied to the grout joints, giving a consistent appearance and also sealing the grout to prevent future staining.

The epoxy sealant is available in a variety of colours to suit most decors and has an 8+ year life expectancy against peeling, chipping, cracking or fading. You will not believe how good this product is!

This service is particularly popular for high traffic areas (ie, kitchen and bathroom floors) where years of daily traffic have resulted in heavy soiling and discolouration of the grout.

A premium penetrating sealer is applied to the grout joints providing resistance to water, oil and general contaminants. This service is highly recommended for newly grouted or regrouted floors and is also very popular for kitchen splash-backs and bathroom wet areas.

Stainguarding does not alter the appearance of the grout (hence no before and after pics!), the sealer is invisible to the naked eye, sitting just below the surface. It prevents contaminants from penetrating into the grout pores.

Especially useful in wet areas like showers, Stainguarding will help to prevent the growth of mould and mildew and simplify cleaning and maintenance of the area.

Strictly Grout has the solution to meet your grout maintenance needs.

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