Mold, mildew and grime. We’ve all seen it on our shower tile at some point or another.
When bleach or grout cleaner doesn’t do the trick, most people panic and some may think of ripping everything out and replacing the tile as well as the tub.
The answer is to hire a regrouting service. Regrouters can make your shower sorround look new again at a fraction of the price it would cost you to replace everything.
By using an oscillating tool and a carbide blade, a good regrout can be accomplished in 5-6 hours.
First, the technician will cut all the moldy caulk from the shower pan or the bath tub. Next, the caulk from the corners will be removed. At this point we are ready for the harder part of the job, and that is grinding out most of the old grout. Once all the dust and loose grout is vacuumed out, the new grout is ready to be installed. Two good rinses to remove any grout haze, and we are now ready for a fresh bead of silicone along the corners and base joints.