A: Yes, Granite Gold Grout Cleaner is safe you use on grout surrounded by acrylic jetted tubs.
A: It worked well for us on dirty unsealed grout, but the real work was cleaning the grout prior to application. Lots of scrubbing with cleaners and stiff brushes on hands and knees to make the floor presentable before applying the product
A: I apologize, I thought the question was in regards to the application of their sealant. The cleaner works but it is an effort to clean the floor.
A: Yes, however, unsealed grout is extremely porous. If the dirt is deeply embedded into the grout, it may be stained; as such, re-grouting is the best option. Sincerely, The Stone Care Experts at Granite Gold
A: I used this product to clean my shower scum, mildew, etc, and this product returned the grout to the clean, newly installed look that it had before it got dirty and grimy due to use. Is what you're showing pictures of the "newly installed" look? Or did it used to look good and it's now grimy - e.g. the contractor did the grout and then had other parts of the project to do and it got dirty during the work process? If the grime needs to be cleaned, the granite gold will probably do the trick! If the grout was installed poorly (maybe not mixed properly/evenly?) and that is what it looks like brand new, I'm not sure how to remedy that.
A: There may be some underlying challenges here. Please contact us at 800-475-7866, so we can discuss further and help you resolve this. The Stone Care Experts at Granite Gold®
A: It appears to me it isn't sealed correctly, I would try to reseal the grout after cleaning it well with this product and allowing it to dry.
A: I have used this product in the tile shower and the tile floor in my master bathroom. It did not do anything to the grout in my shower, but it worked great for the grout in master bathroom.
A: I can't figure how to reply to the last comment but thank you for replying. Yes, this is what it looks like after the contractor installed the tiles. The grout was premixed, but wonder if like you said, they put it down, and did a bunch of other work and other junk coated it and then dried.
A: I definitely would not recommend this for wood floors!!!
A: I wouldn't use it on a wood floor, it's very strong and could damage the finish.
A: As stated on the bottle of Granite Gold Grout Cleaner it is safe to use on stone, ceramic, glass and colored grout, but it is specifically designed for deep down cleaning of soiled grout. That’s what I use it on and it works great. I would not use it to clean grime off of wood floors as I believe the chemicals are way to harsh and would most likely cause damage to the finish and wood surface as well. There are specifically designed cleaning products for wood floors, whereas they clean but not cause damage. Home Depot has several options to choose from when it comes to wood flooring.
A: It's a grout cleaner and did nothing to my grout. Get a good degreaser to clean gunk up off your wood floor.
A: I can’t answer with 100% certainty, but the product specifically states for ceramic, stone and granite surfaces. The website doesn’t indicate use on wooden floors, so I don’t think so. Hope that helps
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