How to Repair Tile Grout in a Shower

Repairing tile grout is detailed work, that might require hiring a tile repair contractor, but you can do it yourself. You will need a bag of grout and a few basic tools to start. The following steps explain how to repair tile grout in a shower:

  1. Check the locations and mark where tile repairing is required.
  2. Apply mildewcide to mildew. Wash the shower with a degreasing cleaner.
  3. Clean stains and mildew. Allow the shower to dry.
  4. Remove loose, brittle tile grout from the lines with a grout removal tool.
  5. Prepare a bucket of fresh grout with water.
  6. Scoop the grout from the bucket with a small putty knife. Apply a smooth layer to an area where grout was removed, using your finger or a sponge. Wipe away excess grout with a clean, damp cloth.
  7. Soak a sponge in clean water and ring the water out. Wipe the dirt from the shower with the sponge. Use the sponge to smooth every fresh grout line.
  8. Allow the shower to dry.
  9. Pour grout down the center of the grout lines. Soak the grout with sealer and remove excess sealer from surrounding tile with a clean, dry cloth.

10. Apply a second coat of sealer if required and allow it to dry.

11. Make sure you allow the sealer to dry completely before using the shower.

Bathroom Tile Repairing Contractor

If you have any tile repair work or need to repair tile grout, then call Perma Ceram. We are a reliable and trustworthy tile repair contracting service. We believe that excellent customer service starts with attending to the client’s needs on time and that is why we do our best to be on schedule and not keep you waiting. Call (914) 930-4964 / (888) 797-8108. We serve in New York, Westchester County, Cortland Manor, Putnam County, Dutchess County, Fairfield, New Haven, Connecticut, Stamford and Greenwich.

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