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Improving The Appearance Of Grease Stained Kitchen Wall Tile

Improving The Appearance of Grease Stained Kitchen Wall Tile

The wall behind the stove is especially susceptible to staining.  Smoke, grease and splatters from cooking build up over time and wall tile behind the stove can become discolored or stained.

After trying multiple cleaning products, including bleach and specialty tile cleaners,  I could not return the area behind the stove to it's original color.   I was convinced that replacing the tile was our only option.

My last hope, before replacing the tile, was consulting with a tile cleaning specialist.  I was very happy to learn that there is a product on the market that could give new life to our tile.  He suggested we pick some up at Lowe's and give it a try.

Tile Guard Enhance & Seal

 

Tile Guard Enhance & Seal not only enhances the color of unpolished stone tile, it also offers stain protection.  It is very easy to apply.  We applied it to all the tile and it intensified the characteristics and color throughout.

The result was a more consistent color....with the area behind the stove no longer standing out.

Enhance & Seal is for rough textured surfaces...unpolished, tumbled, flamed, and honed stone.  It can be used both interior or exterior.

 

 

Here are before & after pictures showing our results:

before/after improvement of tile

Thanks to Peter Holt of

Renewed Tile & Grout, LLC

for the free consultation and the cost effective solution!

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Comment balloon 20 commentsSharon Tara • December 05 2011 02:13PM
Improving The Appearance Of Grease Stained Kitchen Wall Tile
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Improving The Appearance of Grease Stained Kitchen Wall Tile The wall behind the stove is especially susceptible to staining. Smoke, grease and splatters from cooking build up over time and wall tile behind the stove can become discolored or… more