Looking to renovate your bathroom or shower tile in Sydney?
We can lend a hand. We, at United Trade Links, are a team of expert renovators specialising in cleaning bathroom and shower tile grout. We understand that it is one of the most difficult areas of the bathroom to clean. Its porous nature, even when sealed, means dirt, grime, soap scum, mould, and mildew can easily become ingrained. The fact that bathroom and shower tile is often lightly coloured, or white, means that stains stand out very easily.
We are the solution you need
With our know-how and vast experience in the area, we can make your bathroom or shower tiles look new for a long time. No matter what the previous condition and how unsightly the tiles were, we will bring them back to life.
Your tile will no longer have stained joints, foul odours or dingy appearance. Our tile restoration techniques are much different than off the shelf easy fixes like staining, grout painting or re-colouring, which only gives a short-term solution by concealing the porosity problem and is not as long-lasting or effective as what you will achieve with our professional restoration services, which actually fix the problem. The off the shelf, easy fixes also do not have the ability to last and hardness that our restorative applications have.
United Trade Links 7 Step Proven Process Your Guarantee for Bathroom/shower tile restoration
- Step 1 - Select the Grout for your bathroom, shower restoration
Purchase grout that matches the color of the grout currently used in your shower, bathroom, balcony or any area needs to re-grout. Unless you're planning on re-grouting the entire surface floor or wall, you want to make sure that the new grout color matches as closely as possible your existing tile floor
- Step 2 - Remove Loose and Damaged Grout from surface bathroom, shower
Use a grout saw to remove all grout tile or damaged grout in between the floor or wall tiles. Gently run the grout saw back and forth along the grout seams. Be careful to avoid damaging the tiles for your bathroom, shower epoxy tile restoration.
- Step 3 - Clean the grout and all joints bathroom, shower
Power Scrub Deep Clean Surfaces for your bathroom, shower tile grout restoration with specially designed brushes we scrub and agitate every single grout line as well as your tile surface. Edge and baseboard cleaning are also performed at this stage.
- Step 4 - Mix the Tile Grout
Refer to the instructions on the bag or box of tile grout you purchased your bathroom, shower tile grout restoration epoxy grout or any other grout. Follow the directions precisely when mixing the grout. You can mix the grout in an old plastic container or something that you can dispose of later.
- Step 5 - Spread epoxy Grout for your bathroom, shower tile grout restoration
Use the grout float to fill the seams. Try to fill them completely, making sure the grout is as level and straight as possible. Use small edge of the grout float to match the bevelled grout surface used on the other tiles.
- Step 6 - Clean the Tiles for your bathroom, shower restoration
Working in small sections, clean the tiles with a sponge to remove any excess grout as you go. If you wait too long to clean the tiles, the epoxy grout will dry and be harder to remove. If the grout does dry and becomes hard, use a putty knife or plastic scraper to scrape the grout away. Then, use a damp rag to wipe the loose grout and residue away from the tiles and seams. Allow the tiles to dry before continuing.
- Step 7 - Polish Tiles for your bathroom, shower restoration
Once the tiles have dried, take a soft towel or an old t-shirt to buff the tiles where the grout was applied. Sometimes the grout will cause the tiles to lose their luster or shine. If you buff the area for a few seconds with a dry cloth, the shine on the tiles should return and Seal for Protection
Apply a penetrating water-based indoor sealer to grout lines with excess spread across your floors giving you “Full Floor Protection”. Lasts up to 7 years, retards mould regrowth and makes cleaning easier
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