I tiled my floors and there are small gaps between tiles how can I fix
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You need to put grout between them go to Home Depot you could use white or a color a darker color is best it doesn’t show dirt follow directions to mix and put on with a sponge like you wash a car with Let sit 45 min then rinse of but don’t take off between tiles
Alma: you could always re-grout!
Here are some ideas to fix your problems
Just add more grout. Hopefully you installed over 1/2" concrete board and the gaps aren't due to the underfloor being too thin or it will continue to crack and crumble.
Hi Alma, you can fill in the gaps with more grout. This tutorial will who you how - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BqzBtnQoHiI
Hi Alma, did you tile with vinyl perhaps? If so you won't want to use grout for the gaps, you might try using a small paint brush and paint that matches your tiles as closely as possible to make the gaps less noticeable.
If your flooring is ceramic tiles - use waterproof Grout to fill the gaps. It comes in different colours. If vinyl tiles, and you can't take them up, try gaffer tape or other waterproof tape or use a coloured silicone sealer. Best wishes.
Hi, did you lay down ceramic tile? Or vinyl tiles?
Add grout between the tiles then seal.
If the tile are vinyl, they aren't tight to each other. With ceramic and stone there is a spacer used between the tiles so they are evenly spaced for the grout. I'm going to attach a couple of links to help.
add more grout
It sounds like you need to grout it or re-grout the floor to fill in the gaps.
You could try to heat them with a blow dryer and slid them a little together heat o me tile at a time a iron on a thin towel will work to