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Choosing the Right Grout for You

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Most tiling projects do not always end as you expect it. According to experts on tile installation Doral, about 60% of the DIY installing projects fail because of inadequate knowledge on what type of grout and mortar to choose. Grout is the filler used to seal the gaps and tile spaces. You will know by know by now that there is always a specific product for every tile location and type of tile.

If you take time learning about the ways and means to choose the right products, your tiling project will be a success. However, before you start, you need to need to know the different types of grout.

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Types of Grout

Epoxy Grout

This type of epoxy grout is a less do-it-yourself process than the other grout obtainable. It’s a popular option for countertops because of its durability and resilience. It will not require you to seal every time you use it. Comparable to tiles, it’s wise to purchase a little amount of grout to guarantee you’ll have enough to get the job done without a second trip to the hardware.

Acrylic Grout

According to tile installation Doral professionals, acrylic grout is the perfect solution for wet surfaces. It’s known to retain the same color shade for years. Likewise, it is mildew-resistant to ensure that it will last for a very long time.

Unsanded or Sanded Grout

Unsanded grout is often used for grout joints only up to 1/8 inch while sanded grout can be used on grouts from 1/8 to 5/8 inch. Additionally, tile installation Doral experts provide that unsanded grout with glass is only advisable on polished metal or marble tile to prevent scratching your tiles.

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Want More Advice on Tile Installation Doral?

Modern polymer inventions have made the necessity for liquid additives a thing of the past. To prevent mottling without any issue on cleanliness, security polymer grout is what you need. It is incredibly strong and has a non-shrink feature. 

More so, the grout may be in the form of powder, ready to use, and available in premixed. To know which type of grout you need to use, contact D&B Tile Distributor today!

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