Easy Way To Clean And Protect Your Bathroom And Kitchen Tile

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Tom is a graduate of LSU College of Engineering and has worked in project and company management for more than twenty five years. Starting as a Project Engineer for an Energy company, Tom advanced through numerous levels of engineering and corporate management positions. In 1998, Tom fulfilled a long held dream of building homes and began his own construction firm.

Today, that firm, Southern Evergreen High Performance Homes, is Greensboro's exclusive builder of Southern Living Custom Homes and offers many services including Architecture, Interior Design, Real Estate and Construction.  Tom is one of only 100 builders across America to earn the Southern Living Builder designation. In addition, he hold holds several certifications including an Unlimited North Carolina General Contractor License a North Carolina Real Estate and Broker License, a nationally recognized Certified Green Professional Designation and an EPA Certified Lead Renovator Certificate.   Tom joined the Good Morning Show team with the Fix-it Friday series in 2009.

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Greensboro, NC  -  Is the tile grout in your bathroom or kitchen stained and in need of restoring? If your answer is yes, there is a company in the Piedmont that you might want to check into.

Carolina Grout Works owned by Eric and Laura Hendrix started in    Charlotte and has expanded to the Greensboro, Winston Salem, and Burlington areas. They can restore the grout in your home.

Grout is like a sponge. It just sucks everything up, and with the cleaner you  will remove all of  the  dirt. You can  use a small brush  and go through each grout line to get up all the loose stuff and get it down as best you can

That  open ups the pores to the grout and lets the sealer absorb and bond with the grout. The grout is absorbing the sealer as you paint it on. Once you have applied the sealer you do not have to reseal it. It's done and will last for years.

Mr. Fix it Tom Garcia  shows you how it is done. Watch the video by clicking the video player in this story.


Carolina Grout Works on Wright Avenue in Greensboro 336-580-3906.

VISIT: Carolina Grout Works Website


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