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Old 06-17-2009, 11:13 AM
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Author: Margaret Taylor
Date: 3/18/2008 11:28 am EDT
I had the same problem. When I opened the pail, it was only half full and I had about two inches of liquid on the top that had to be mixed. I worked for almost 45 minutes before I could even begin.
Now, I'm not perfect, but I have completed four rooms of ceramic tile as well as shower walls, so I am used to grouting.
I had wholes too all over my floor. I kept going back with my fingers to smooth them out. However, now I realize that all my grouting has sunk and is no longer flush with the tiles. I know that this is going to cause a horrible problem with dirt in the grouting.
I read that I can go back over the floor and regrout on top, but what a job. I still have half of the floor to do, so any suggestions as to what I can do to prevent the problem in the rest of the room?
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