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We’re Murrieta’s #1 grout and tile cleaning, repair and restoration experts.
The Groutsmith in Murrieta is your cost-effective, professional Tile Grout Restoration company, with fully trained and certified specialists.
We use the very latest in cleaning and restoration technology available to bring your tiled areas back to their original beauty.
From ensuring maximum protection of your newly installed tile and grout, to bringing your dirty old tile and grout back to life again.
Our unique restoration procedures confirm our position as industrial leaders in the after-market care and restoration of ALL tile and grout!
The Groutsmith offers a full range of services, backed by cutting edge professional products designed for applications both indoors and out.
Customers all across America both residential and commercial, hire The Groutsmith restoration services with confidence knowing that they will receive the very best in service and results GUARANTEED!
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At The Groutsmith we believe in keeping things simple.
Our promise to you is that we will re-create the beauty of your home or business through the work we perform in it.
Our brand and its reputation have been built over time on our skills in grout and tile cleaning, repair, sealing, color sealing and tile replacement.
These are our core competencies, and this is what we are trained and skilled to do at the highest level.
Our specially trained technicians have years of experience behind them, and are skilled at dealing with grout repair, grout sealing, recoloring, re-caulking, and the overall restoration of your tile, stone and grout.
We work on all tiles and grout:
– Ceramic, Glass, Porcelain, Slate, Terrazzo and Terracotta Tile
– Preservation of Historic, Vintage, and Antique Tiles
– Tiled Kitchens, Backsplashes, and Countertops
– Bathrooms and Showers
The change in your tile flooring will be nothing short of amazing when you have The Groutsmith clean and color your grout.
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The Groutsmith’s Tile and Grout Cleaning Services Include:
– Grout Cleaning and Grout Repair
– Tile Cleaning, Tile Repair and Tile Replacement
– Rebond of Loose and Hollow Floor Tile
– Grout Repair and Grout Restoration
– Bathroom Grout Repair and Restoration
– Shower Grout Repair and Restoration
– Bath Grout Repair and Restoration
– Grout Sealing
– Grout Color Sealing
– Grout and Recaulking Services
– Color Matched Caulking
– Natural Stone Cleaning and Sealing
– Granite Cleaning and Sealing
Why Do Our Customers Love Us So Much?
– We exceed expectations at a price you can afford
– We’re extremely professional
– We call you when we say we will
– We arrive at your home or business exactly on time
- – We finish our work on time and we clean up spotlessly afterwards
We are proud to be Temecula Valley’s premier tile and grout cleaning, repair and restoration company.
You’re going to LOVE working with The Groutsmith!
Tile Grout Restoration Everett WA on Youtube
Grouting Techniques : How to Repair Old Grout
Old grout that is flaking or discolored can be repaired after removing the excess material. Repair your grout with the help of this free video presented by a successful contractor. Expert: Chris Wade Bio: Chris Wade has been a successful contractor for more than 23 years. Filmmaker: Daniel Brea Series Description: Grout holds your tiles in place and protects the wall underneath. Learn how to work with and maintain grout with the help of a successful contractor in this free video series.
Restore Dirty, Faded or Washed Out Grout with Aqua Mix Grout Colorant
Watching a video can often explain things much better than just reading the instructions. That’s why Custom Building Products made this video demonstration that explains how to apply Aqua Mix Grout Colorant and restore your dirty, faded or washed out grout. Aqua Mix resolves grout installation issues quickly and efficiently and also corrects problem areas. Your grout can fade or become washed out from using too much water while cleaning or from cleaning too frequently. Remember to wait at least 48 hours after a new tile installation project before applying Aqua Mix Grout Colorant so the grout has enough time to cure. If you’re restoring existing grout or grout that was originally sealed when it was installed, use a brush like the Aqua Mix Pre-Treat to open up the pores of the cement-based grout and then wait 24 hours for it to dry. To apply the grout colorant, shake the bottle well and then use a toothbrush-sized brush to apply it into the joints. Allow the grout colorant to dry for 30 minutes to a maximum of 2 hours, and then clean off the excess with water and a nylon pad. Learn more about our grout colorant products and how to clean tile grout at http://www.custombuildingproducts.com. Watch more videos about installing and caring for tile grout online at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0u_w5yswpEp6k9nVxoiX1g
How to Make Your Bath / Shower Surround Grout Look New Again!
You won’t believe the difference in the before and after shots! How to do it yourself tutorial on replacing existing grout without re-tiling the wall. Shows tools, tips and tricks of the trade. So easy, almost anyone can do it. Transcript provided for the hearing impaired: Alright so today on Repairs101 I’m going to show you how I was able to brighten up this dingy looking shower surround in only a few hours a day over a period of a few days. You know the first time I did this I was twenty years old and I had nothing but a simple putty knife and an old box cutter to work with. And you know what? It still turned out really good. So it’s an easy job as far as equipment and skills go but if you’re not used to doing manual labour you may find this to be a daunting task. I ended up going with this ready-mix stuff. Really the first thing I did was repaint the bathroom. Put in the plug and use a drop sheet — there’s going to be a lot of dust that you do not want in your pipes. Start by pulling back the old silicone. Then use a grout rake to remove a layer of grout throughout. Do everything you can to remove the dust without getting the grout wet — otherwise you’re going to have to wait another day for it to dry out. You’ll find that diagonal strokes generally work the best, but not always. You’ll have to wait about half an hour for the mud to set up before you can start sponging it clean. A plastic scraper is ideal for removing excess grout from the tile surfaces before wiping everything down with a sponge for a smooth, even surface. Now if you can’t wait seventy-two hours for it to cure before you have a shower you can hang plastic over the tile like this to protect the grout but you have to take it down right after your shower in order to allow the air to get at it. Now this last step is by far the most tedious. Have your plastic scraper handy for the little chunks and bits that you’ll find are still clinging to the tiles’ surface. Polish the haze off each tile individually using your clean, cotton rags. Make sure that your caulking is for bath and tile and smooth it out with a gloved finger dipped in paint thinner. Alright, thanks for watching — and don’t forget to subscribe!