The Risks Of Not Sealing Grout

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Are you currently thinking of having a renovation in your kitchen or bathroom? If so, you need to ensure that sealing in tiles and other materials is done correctly. Tile sealant is a product that is often overlooked by many homeowners and contractors, and yet it is one of the most important things that you can to protect your grout.

Tile sealant protects against mold.

What Happens If You Don’t Seal Grout

If grout is not sealed, it can absorb water and become a breeding ground for bacteria. It can become unsightly and ruin the entire design of your space and be hazardous to your health. If you have young children or tiles in an area where you eat, you need to ensure that they are as clean as possible. They won’t be clean if you aren’t sealing the grout.

Prevent Mold & Bacterial Growth

One of the common problems that many people run into with their grout is mold and bacteria build-up. You probably see in your shower or bathtub that there are parts of the grout that is black, and you can never seem to get it clean. These marks are black mold, and it can be perilous to breathe in over a prolonged period.

The reason for this bacteria and mold growth is water build-up. If grout is not protected, water can build up and allow bacteria and mold to grow. The tile sealant stops the water from absorbing into the grout. A sealant specialist can help apply this without any errors.

A sealant specialist can apply the product to the grout so that it stays protected. After this happens, you don’t have to worry about bacteria and mold growth, which means you can use your tiled areas with more peace of mind.

Contact us today to find out how to level up your space and protect the grout.

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