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Replacing Cracked or Missing Grout

Cracked grout not only looks bad but it is also a good way for otherwise solid tiles to become loose. Repairing or replacing bad grout is important.

Follow these steps:
  1. Scrape out the old grout using a grout saw

  2. Vacuum out all the old grout and dust

  3. Spread new grout in to the joints by using a rubber grout float.

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