How to Prevent Grout Discoloration
Nothing is more unpleasant than investing in quality grout only to have it quickly become discolored. After installing pristine white grout, it is easy for stains to take over. Luckily, there are a few simple things homeowners can do keep their grout looking its best.
Watch for New Stains
One of the best ways to keep your grout looking great is to monitor its condition on a daily basis. Watch for excess liquid or dirt and wipe it away immediately. Part of the reason why these stains don’t go away is that they build over time. Every time you use the shower or tub, wipe it down to further prevent dirt, mold, and mildew stains.
Even if you cannot identify the causes of each stain, grout can become discolored. While prevention can go a long way, scheduling a regular grout cleaning in Denver is the best way to remove stains and avoid discoloration.
Keep Grout in Good Repair
When grout gets cracked, it is easier for dirt to become trapped inside. Sealing the grout doesn’t just protect the tiles from damage, it helps make the surface easier to clean. Don’t be afraid to schedule a grout repair to help take care of minimal damage; small breaks and issues can easily lead to massive amounts of discoloration later on!
Dry After Cleaning
If you choose to clean your grout on your own, take the time to pat it dry. Water stains are very common on grout and are very easy to prevent. If you are having trouble towel drying an area, then use a squeegee to move the water away quickly.
Prevent Grout Discoloration
The Grout Specialist is happy to help you restore your grout and keep it looking great. Contact us today to learn more about our cleaning and repair services.