Sir Grout's Tile and Grout Cleaners Performed an Outstanding Job in Brooklyn Friends School and Successfully Restored Their Restrooms
July 05, 2019The principal of Brooklyn Friends school contacted Sir Grout because their cleaning crew was having problems with the maintenance of the school's restrooms. No matter how much they tried, the tiles remained unsightly and the grout lines full of dirt. The cleaning staff continued trying regular maintenance, confident they could solve the issue. Unfortunately, their cleaning attempts were not successful. The school's crew kept trying and used many DIY methods, but nothing worked.
They had to notify the principal of the problem. When the principal saw the poor condition of the surfaces, she immediately decided that the best option was to hire professionals. Luckily, she found a Sir Grout Manhattan ad in a magazine. One of the cleaning members told her that he had heard we were the best hard surface restoration company in town. She called us, explained the situation, and asked us to visit the school to perform a free consultation. Later, our Tag.Link.Geo.BrooklynHeightsTileandGroutCleaners provided an effective solution to successfully revamp the appearance of the restrooms.
We sent one of our expert teams to assess the condition of the school's restrooms. After the introductions, they proceeded with the inspection. Our techs immediately noticed the grout lines were full of dirt. The tiles looked dingy and unappealing as well. Daily wear and tear, improper cleaning methods, and the use of harsh products had led to this deterioration. We explained to the principal that the cleaning staff couldn't restore the surfaces because the grout had become one with the harmful agents. As our professionals continued the evaluation, they found that there was no sealant on the surface. This allowed water, dirt, and soap residue to seep into the grout, causing more damage and potentially leading to mold and mildew growth.
Our team concluded that the restrooms needed Sir Grout's professional restoration process. For the solution, our team proposed a tile and grout cleaning service. Our experts assured the school's principal the success and effectiveness of this process. The principal was happy with the offer and decided to set up a date for the job.
Our tile and grout cleaners returned to the school to restore the restrooms. This process consisted of several steps and required thorough execution. They started by cleaning the surface using our pH-neutral cleaner and a high-speed scrubber. Unlike regular cleaners, our product doesn't leave any residue and it has an enhanced formula that can help inhibit the growth of bacteria and fungi for an extended period of time after application. When the tiles were no longer dirty, our techs repaired and cleaned the grout lines. After that, they used a high temperature steam cleaner to remove the remaining grime and dirt from the areas that were difficult to reach.
Our crew continued the job with the sealing process. To seal the grout lines, our technicians used Sir Grout's exclusive ColorSeal. This high-level sealant blocks the absorption of liquids, warding off damages from dirt, grime, and all other harmful external agents. Another advantage of our sealant is that it minimizes the need for excessive scrubbing, making cleaning routines easier and faster. ColorSeal comes in a variety of colors and enhances the appearance of the entire surface. Our sealant is ideal for areas subjected to heavy daily use because it reduces deterioration from heavy wear and tear. Our team performed the same procedure in all the damaged restrooms and successfully restored everything.
Our experts showed the results to our client. The school's principal was very happy with the outcome. She was relieved because the process had been cost-effective, successful, and it hadn't taken much time. The principal was impressed by the quality of our work, and after thanking us, she said he would recommend Sir Grout Manhattan to everyone she knows.
One of Sir Grout's priorities is to teach our clients how to take care of their surfaces. Our professionals stayed a while and gave the school's cleaning staff some suggestions for better maintenance. They recommended cleaning the restrooms using only pH-neutral soap free cleaners like Sir Grout's Natural Hard Surface Cleaner. Our product won't cause any damage and it has ingredients that can help provide protection against bacteria and fungi.
Soap-based substances, on the other hand, leave a film that seeps deep into the grout lines, giving the surface an unsightly appearance and promoting mold and mildew growth. For this reason, we always recommend avoiding products with these properties. We also suggest cleaning the surface with clean mops. Rinsing a dirty mop into the cleaning solution leads to grime build-up.
With Sir Grout Manhattan's professional assistance, restoring your damaged surfaces is easy, fast, and cost-effective. Our certified tile and grout cleaners can give your old restroom a brand-new look. With their extensive experience, they can successfully restore any surface. As a leading company in the hard surface restoration industry, Sir Grout Manhattan has reliable solutions that are effective in any environment, including bustling commercial settings such as schools, restaurants, and office buildings. Don't hesitate to contact us by calling (718) 514-6016 or by filling out our "Request a Quote" form for a free consultation. To learn more about our commercial tile and grout services, click here. Discover what our maintenance program can do for your business. Also, be sure to subscribe to our newsletter to receive our latest info and promotions.
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