|02-04-2010 10:29 AM|
If you're using the urethane grout the "haze" is shiny, not dull like you described. I have pretty good luck with the Krud Kutter, maybe let it sit for awhile longer before you scrub. Let me know.
|02-04-2010 10:04 AM|
|gejense||I am having trouble getting the haze off the tile. I have tried crud cutter and haze remover applied with a scotch bright pad, but the tile still looks cloudy and dull compared to the original finish. Any suggestions?|
|06-24-2009 03:07 PM|
Date: 6/15/2009 8:39 am EDT
This is pretty common, but it's also very easy to clean. The best product I've found is called Krud Kutter,available at most home centers, just spray it on the areas that need cleaning and let it sit about two minutes then scrub it lightly with a white srub pad then rinse with clean water and a sponge. Hope this helps.
|06-24-2009 03:06 PM|
Grout haze and tiny bumps
Date: 6/14/2009 9:34 pm EDT
I let the grout dry the 24hrs and went back to clean the haze. I notice the tiles are covered with little tiny bumps that feel like sand particles. How can I remove them as the regular sponge cleaning isn't doing it so far. Should I go with the citrus cleaner and hot water or will they wear off with time.