Grout Cleaning, Sealing & Re-Coloring
Clear sealers, also known as impregnating sealers, ﬁll the microscopic pores of your grout and buy you a little time to clean up a spill but provide little to no protection to the surface of the grout. Colorsealers not only protect the pores of the grout but leave a topical coating on top of the grout making it almost impervious to stains. With colorseal you also have more time to clean a spill without being concerned with the grout staining. Because it does not allow penetration, mop water can no longer ﬂow into the grout lines and allow dirty water to seep into the grout and deposit dirt deep inside. This is why most grout is difﬁcult to clean with traditional methods. You try scrubbing the grout surface, but the stains are deep inside where it is impossible to reach.
Just because your grout is stained and “splotchy” doesn’t mean you have to endure dusty, expensive and time consuming tear outs to make it look new again. The grout plays very little structural role in the performance of the tiled ﬂoor and there is seldom reason to remove it if everything else is in order. No Colorseal will ﬁx defective grout, loose tiles, a bad subﬂoor or structural problems. But often grout can take a beating from harsh cleaning, minor substrate deﬂection and general wear and tear. Cleaners that contain bleach or acids will cause your grout to lose its color by removing or bleaching the pigmentation within the grout. Once this happens, no amount of cleaning will return it to its original color. Colorseal is the answer!