How do I grout a floor that has much of the grout gone?
Bought a small condo, I have decorated it beautifully, tiles drive me crazy. How do I best re-grout the floors? Most of the tiles are missing grout and the others are a combination of sand and silicone?
How do I fix grout on a tile table top?
Our dining room table is all tile with a wooden border. It's getting up there in years and though the tile is in near perfect condition the grout or what more accurat... See more
How do I redo the grout on the Granite Countertop and the Backsplash?
The grout where it is sealed between the granite countertop and the backsplash is breaking and coming out. What do I use to redo this? What material do I need to bu... See more
How can I redo my ugly grout?
I am still trying to find a solution for my floor tile grout. The “installer” made it too wide, uneven and did not seal it so it’s really ugly. I would like to ... See more
How do I make homemade grout?
Different color grout on shower walls and shower floor?
We are in the process of remodeling our guest/hall bathroom; we removed the tub to create a walk in shower instead. I'm using subway tile on the walls, and penny t... See more
What is the best tile adhesive to use outdoors on concrete steps?
I am going to decorate my porch steps by adding mosaic tile to the raisers of my concrete steps and would like to know what adhesive would work best. Also what kind o... See more
My new home is 4 months old and the caulk and grout are already crack
My home is only 4 months old the caulk and grout are cracking around the edges of the tile in the kitchen and bath. Is it normal for new grout to crack?
Here is an article to assist you with your diy project.
You can get a grout saw and remove the remaining grout. It's a $10 hand tool sold in the tile department of any home improvement store. Clean the tiles and then proceed with grout as if it was new tile.
Liz,. You need to buy a grout cleaner tool, and buy grout mix, follow the directions, or buy grout itself. Aloha!
Just buy grout put it in with a sponge squeeze it in between tiles let sit 1/2 hour or longer then wipe up don’t touch grout only wipe tile
Epoxy grout made by Bostick is very costly, but worth every penny. Low maintenance, no shrinkage, no problems.