The homeowners were not happy with the grout in this Porcelain Tiles floor in Braintree. They wanted a white grout, but the installer used an off-white grout that looked slightly grey. Also, the grout was finished much lower than the tiles, trapping mopping slurry.
This was a shame because the installer had used an epoxy grout, which is extremely hard-wearing and stain-resistant. I needed to remove most of the grout to ensure that the new grout would remain in place. As the original grout was epoxy, removing the grout took some time.
Once sufficient old grout was removed, I regrouted the tiles with white epoxy grout. I left the grout flush with the surface of the tiles, making cleaning much easier.
Finally, I applied an impregnating sealer to the floor to help make cleaning easier.
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