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    Sanded or Non-sanded grout?

    How do you know which type of grout is the correct one to use? Specifically for a tile floor in a shower?

    I have read on different websites conflicting ideas on which to use. The type I...
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    Re: Grout and Tile Sealer

    Thanks for the advice. I am planning on taking the tiling class at my local Home Depot on Saturday. Hopefully, I will get some useful tips.
    Since I only want to regrout the shower floor, where...
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    Re: Grout and Tile Sealer

    All of the tiles (wall and floor) seem to be fine. A few months ago, the grout in one upper wall corner cracked. The contractor came back and sc****d it out and filled in with grout caulk. ...
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    Re: Grout and Tile Sealer

    Hate to admit it, but I'm back with another problem! The tile shower installation that I referred to earlier seemed great at the time. However, the grout on the shower floor is now slowly failing. ...
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    Re: Grout and Tile Sealer

    Thank you for your thoughts on this. I did return what I had to the store, got the correct stuff, and have completed the job of sealing the grout. Worked great. Thanks again!
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    Grout and Tile Sealer

    I am in the process of having a new tile shower installed. I am using glazed ceramic tile. When I checked with the local big box home improvement store, they sold me a spray bottle of "Grout and...
  7. Re: Painting steel entry door with oil based paint

    Thanks for the advice.

    So, if I apply this paint a bit thinner, won't it dry out faster and cause more problems in cutting in when I get to the final areas that need paint?

    And if I need to...
  8. Painting steel entry door with oil based paint

    Please offer advice or tips....
    I was told that painting a brand new steel entry door with oil base paint was the best way to go for durability. So I bought a decent Sherwin Williams brand of oil...
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