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Our Stone Cleaning Professionals in Orlando Successfully Removed all the Damage from This Natural Stone Shower

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November 26, 2019

A homeowner from Orlando needed Sir Grout's help because she had been struggling with the maintenance of her natural stone shower for a while. The surface had an ugly stain and the grout lines were full of dirt. She couldn't bear the unsightly appearance of the shower, so she tried several cleaning methods she found online.

Natural Stone Shower Before and After Stone Cleaning in Orlando FL
Unfortunately, she noticed no improvements whatsoever. Frustrated with the negative results, she asked one of her friends for advice. Luckily, he was a former Sir Grout Orlando client and recommended our Orlando Stone Cleaning service. He told her our experts had completely restored his granite floor and advised her to visit our website to get more information. She followed his suggestion and went online to browse our site. Everything she saw and read convinced her we could help her. She called us, asking for a free in-home consultation.

As requested, we sent an expert team to inspect the condition of the shower. After greeting the owner, our techs began the assessment. Our pros immediately noticed the soap scum stain on the stone. The grout lines had some issues as well. They were full of dirt and had acquired a darkish tone. Our team explained that the minerals in the hard water reacted with bar soap residue and caused the stain. Additionally, using harsh products and improper cleaning methods only caused more damage to the surface. Upon closer inspection, our team learned the stone was unsealed. This was a major problem because it allowed water, dirt, grime, and all other external agents to seep deep into the stone, causing more degradation. Our experts concluded the shower required Sir Grout's hard surface restoration methods.

To restore the shower, our team offered a stone cleaning service. With this procedure, our professionals would remove all the stain and enhance the appearance of the stone. The owner was pleased with the solution our team proposed and decided to set up a date for the job.

Sir Grout's team of certified technicians returned to her house a few days later to perform the restoration. To begin the process, our crew needed to remove the soap scum stain from the shower's floor. In order to get rid of the stains, our pros deep cleaned the surface with a special alkaline solution. Once there were no stains on the floor, our techs honed the stone with Sir Grout's high-end machines. Our team ran three sets of honing pads, increasing the level of grit to remove all the blemishes and damages. When the shower was spotless, our techs cleaned the surface using our stone-safe product and a high-speed scrubber. Unlike regular cleaners, our product is pH-neutral and has an enhanced antimicrobial formula that can help inhibit the growth of bacteria and fungi for up to a week after application.

To finish the job, our experts sealed the stone with an impregnating sealer. Our superior sealant reduces deterioration because it wards off damages from daily wear and tear. It's ideal for showers because it blocks the absorption of liquids and all other external agents. It also enhances the stone with a brand-new look. When we finished the process, the stone had a renewed appearance and was fully protected.

Our team invited the owner to see the results of the restoration. She was amazed because the shower looked great. The stain was finally gone. Impressed by the excellent performance of our technicians, she assured them she would recommend Sir Grout Orlando to her friends, family, and neighbors.

After our client finished inspecting her shower, our team gave her some suggestions for more effective maintenance. They recommended setting up a weekly cleaning routine to minimize the accumulation of dirt and grime. For this task, it's best to use only pH-neutral soap-free cleaners like Sir Grout's Natural Hard Surface Cleaner. Our product doesn't leave residues and it has an antimicrobial agent that provides protection against bacteria and fungi. It is also non-toxic and safe for everyone in the house, including pets. Soap-based cleaners can cause damage because they leave residue that seeps into the grout lines. This causes deterioration and can lead to other issues like mold and mildew growth. Substances with acidic properties are also harmful and can produce negative effects on the stone.

It is important to keep the shower well-ventilated and dry. This is because mold and mildew thrive in damp areas. Allowing the moisture to flow freely will prevent the growth of these fungi. For this purpose, leave the door ajar or a window open after using the shower. To dry the surface, use a squeegee, a towel, or a terry cloth. Squeegeeing is a great choice to keep the surface spotless. To minimize soap residue build-up on the surface and prevent soap scum stains, our team recommended using liquid soaps instead of bar soaps. This is a safer alternative and won't leave any residue on the surface.

Sir Grout is the best choice for your hard surface problems. Our certified stone cleaning professionals can give your damaged natural stone shower a revamped, brand-new appearance. Our highly trained technicians always provide effective and reliable solutions. As a leading company in the hard surface restoration industry, we have years of experience and the most advanced techniques at your disposal. Don't wait any longer to contact us by calling (407) 409-8787 or by filling out our "Request a Quote" form for a free in-home consultation. Also, please subscribe to our newsletter and keep up to date with our latest info and promotions.

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