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Cleaning and Restoring Slate Tiles

Posted on Aug 22, 2014 in Blog, Dirty Grout, Grout Cleaning, Grout Recolouring, Maintenance, Sealing, Slate Cleaning, Tile Cleaning

Restoring Slate Tiles To Their Original Glory Cleaning and Resealing Slate Tiles by GroutPro Slate tiles look fantastic as a floor tile however it’s important to seal the surface of slate tiles because being a natural material it is porous. This means dirt and grime will penetrate into the surface which can’t be removed without specialised cleaning equipment. Normal mopping, steam mops and supermarket cleaning products are just not able to remove it. Assuming your tiler did seal your slate after laying it, the sealer chosen could range from the cheap DIY products available at hardware stores, or it could...

Grout ColourSealing: Changing Older Bathrooms

Posted on Jun 30, 2014 in Bathroom Makeover, Blog, Dirty Grout, Grout Recolouring, Tile Cleaning, Tile Repair

Need A Change To Your Bathroom? Stains & Mildew Making it Look Shabby?   GroutPro Comes to the Rescue with Grout ColourSealing! Here at GroutPro we don’t just repair the damage from your leaking shower or broken tiles around the home, we offer exceptional service and customer care. We know how important your home is to you and we respect this by leaving it clean and tidy once our job is complete. At GroutPro we have exclusive products and years of experience and knowledge to make your bathroom, shower or kitchen look brand new and easy to maintain. To give you...

Tile Repair – Are Your Tiles Hollow, Cracked or Loose?

Posted on Jun 24, 2014 in Blog, Damaged Tiles, Dirty Grout, Tile Cleaning, Tile Repair, Tile Replacement

Need Loose, Cracked Tile Repair? GroutPro can help…. Have you ever walked across a tiled floor to hear them sounding ‘hollow’? Hollow meaning that certain areas of the tiles sound and feel loose underfoot. These are areas in which the bottom of the tile is not in contact with the underlying substrate. Unfortunately this is a regular occurrence in older properties where the tiles may have been laid with the original slab and the substrate or adhesive has deteriorated over time. The hollow sound may be a result of ‘spot-bonding’ during the installation. ‘Spot bonding’ is when the installer...