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Grow Your Business with Grout Shield’s Grout Products

Grow Your Business with Grout Shield’s Grout Products

Whether you’re looking to expand your cleaning or contractor business or looking for part-time work, we have an opportunity for you. Become a Grout Shield independent business owner/ grout product dealer! You’ll use our grout-cleaning systems and products. We will give you so much support to get your started and throughout your business journey.

There is a lot of growth for you in the market – a lot of opportunity to make money. The best part? We offer FREE training to all our dealers!

At Grout Shield, we have designed a comprehensive system to help your grout business succeed. It is a two-day classroom education and technical training program that covers all aspects of the business; online training is also available! We have designed a Business Package to get you up and running with your own business fast.

Visit our Grout Shield professional starter kits page to view what is in our packages to get your business going.

Whether you plan on being a one-truck operation or have lots of employees, this opportunity will work for you. We will train you to know the products and business inside and out. read more

How to Clean Backsplash Grout

How to Clean Backsplash Grout

Your backsplash is in the line of fire. Your kitchen backsplash is in one of the most used rooms in the house. It is exposed to water, grease, sauce, steam, spills, splatters, and more! Backsplash tiles can easily be wiped off, but grout usually absorbs all splatters that touch it. Grout, being porous, stains easily. Every time you cook, you run the risk of staining your grout. Stained grout isn’t always easy to clean.

Dark-colored food stains or mold (from water and steam) are some of the most common and hardest to clean. Dark colors show up grout lines that are light colored. Since it is porous, grout will absorb anything that lands on it. With the right grout cleaning and sealing products, you can clean up your backsplash and it will look like the splatters, spots, and stains never happened. Remember, you want to clean your backsplash immediately, so the stain is easier to clean up.

Our team at Grout Shield can help you get rid of backsplash stains for good. With our products, your backsplash will forever be protected. Backsplash stains will make your kitchen look dirty! Like you never clean! read more

How to Clean Fruit Juice Spills from Grout

How to Clean Fruit Juice Spills from Grout

Spills happen. Unfortunately, many drinks that spill are colors that can easily stain floors and grout. Grape juice. Fruit punch. Kool-Aid. Orange juice. Juice can be easy to wipe off tiles, but the juice can be hard to clean off grout because the liquid quickly absorbs into the grout lines.

Since grout is porous and usually light-colored, it will easily absorb the brightly-colored juice and become discolored. With the right grout cleaning and sealing products, you can clean up the juice and it will look like the spill never happened. Remember, you want to juice spills immediately, so the stain is easier to clean up.

Our team at Grout Shield can help you get rid of juice stains for good. You’ll never know it was there! Juice stains ae inevitable, especially if you have children, so you no longer have to worry about a stain occurring. Juice stains on your floor can make your kitchen look really old and dirty, even if you clean it regularly.

Besides getting rid of the discoloration, Grout Shield products also rid the grout of bacteria and other harmful germs that get absorbed into the grout lines over time. read more

Pass an Inspection with Grout Shield Grout Products

Pass an Inspection with Grout Shield Grout Products

Passing an inspection in any public place is essential for your business. If you fail, your business needs to shut down and you will lose money. When you work with the public, especially if you serve food, you need to make sure everything is clean. When appliances and floors and tools aren’t properly cleaned, germs and diseases can spread, and people can get sick.

Restaurant, hotel, park, and other public-place owners and managers must be very concerned of the cleanliness of their businesses, because they get inspected, unlike a private home. Not only do the inspectors care about the cleanliness of an establishment, the customers do too. Would you want to eat somewhere that had dirty floors? Stains? Spills? Rats? Probably not.

For this article, we wanted to discuss tile floors in public places, whether it’s in the dining area, the entrance, or in the kitchen. These areas receive a lot of foot traffic;

Despite scrubbing and moping away, the tile can become dull and the grout will become darker over time due to splatters, spills, and dirt. When food, water, or dirt meets grout, grout acts like a sponge and it absorbs anything. Your beautiful white grout could now look very brown or black. The solution? A proper and safe tile and grout cleaner and sealer can help your restaurant’s tiles and grout look pristine year-round. read more

How to Remove Marker from Grout

How to Remove Marker from Grout

 

Kids love to draw and paint, which is wonderful, but what isn’t so wonderful is when markers and paint get onto our countertops and floors. Markers and paint can easily stain tile and grout, and they can also be difficult to remove from household surfaces.

If your child accidently spills paint on the floor or colors on the floor, don’t worry! Our team at Grout Shield can help you get rid of that colored stain for good. You’ll never know it was there!

In most homes, grout is white or a lighter color, which means it can easily show markers and paint, which come in all sorts of colors. Since it is porous, grout will absorb all the pigments of the art supplies. Both dark and light markers stain easily and grout can be difficult to clean, so this is a bad combination. With the right grout cleaning and sealing products, it will look like the marker stains never happened.

Most DIY cleaning articles may tell you to clean up the markers and/or paint with bleach, ammonia or white vinegar. These chemicals may work, but they also aren’t really cleaning the grout, and many of these chemicals can actually cause the grout to crack or break. read more