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Problems Solved: Stained Grout and what to do about it.

Grout can be protected from stains, mineral deposits and mildew by cleaning up spills and debris promptly [...]

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Grout Guide: Can I Color my Grout?

Grout that has been stained, discolored or just plain ugly after years of wear can have new [...]

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Grout Guide: Should I Seal my Tile and Stone?

Liquid sealers on unglazed tiles or natural stone, provide protection against stains, water [...]

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Grout Guide: Should I Seal My Grout?

Sealing your tile grout provides a layer of protection against spills, stains and water penetration into your [...]

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Grout Guide: How do I re-grout & Grouting Techniques

Make sure you have cleaned the tile grout joints thoroughly and have taped off the areas you [...]

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Grout Guide, Sanded or Non-Sanded?

The Portland cement-based tile grouts used today come in two forms: sanded and non-sanded. Grout joints that are 1/16 inch and smaller, (like wall tile), are basically cement mixed with certain additives to give it the needed characteristics to perform well in a smaller grout joint. Sanded grout is just plain grout to which sand [...]

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Grout Guide: How to Remove Damaged Tile

If you have a cracked, chipped or otherwise damaged tile and want to replace it, here are some procedures for tile and grout [...]

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Grout Guide: How Much Tile Grout to Remove

The tile grout should be scraped out with a Grout Getter about 1/8” to 3/16’ below [...]

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Grout Guide: How to Remove Damaged Grout

You are going to need a Grout Getter that has a triangle blade for removing sanded tile grout, or a Grout Getter that has a diamond blade for removing non-sanded tile grout (1/8" and smaller grout [...]

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Tooling the Caulk - Silicone

The silicone caulk we sell is from Inland, Inc. Company and they use more premium quality silicone. It is highly resistant to ultraviolet light, ozone, moisture, mildew and extreme temperature variations. Tooling this silicone caulk is easier now that they have added their high grade additives. A pro can get a perfect bead every time [...]

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