Date: 10/27/2008 6:36 pm EDT
We installed the tiles, and put the grout, cleaning as we went. There is a remaining haze and some rough spots. What can we use to get it up? The flooring mgr at the store where we purchased the product said they carried a cleaner to take it up, but the instructions state not to use anything on it for 7 days, so we did not purchase the cleaner. Please advise.
Date: 10/28/2008 8:35 am EDT
A PRODUCT THAT WORKS WELL FOR ME IS CALLED KRUD KUTTER. I WOULDN'T USE IT THE SAME DAY THAT I GROUTED BUT THE NEXT DAY HASN'T BEEN A PROBLEM.
I JUST SPRAY A LITTLE AT A TIME AND WORK IN A SMALL AREA. MAKING SURE THAT THE AREA IS CLEAN BEFORE I MOVE ON.
REMEMBER, UNLIKE TRADITIONAL PORTLAND CEMENT GROUTS, AVAIRE GROUT HAS A HAZE THAT IS SHINY NOT DULL AND CHALKY.
HOPE THIS HELPS, GOOD LUCK.
Author: brian miller
Date: 11/9/2008 1:00 pm EDT
What type of Krud Kutter do you recommend for Avaire tile? I went to Menards to get some and was surprised to see the many varieties of Krud Kutter. Thanks a lot.
Date: 11/9/2008 5:36 pm EDT
You want the original Krud kutter.
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