An entire shower re grout can usually be finished in about a day and we would recommend not to use the shower for 24 hours to allow the grout and sealer to dry.
Once we have removed the old grout and dusted out the remaining loose grout we will then apply new grout to the tile.
Excess grout or grout haze will then be removed from the tile with a sponge or soft cloth.
The grout in your shower should always be sealed, this will block any moisture that could easily enter the very porous material. A sealer will prevent water from becoming stuck behind the tile and grout, forming mould and mildew
When grout is not sealed in time, grime and water can seep into it, causing cracks on your tiles and forcing them to break at a certain point. By sealing your grout, you get to prolong your tile surface’s lifespan and minimise damage to a considerable extent.
While our plumber is onsite why not upgrade your tapware and shower head to create a whole new look?