Marble Restoration & Stone Care Service

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Re-Grouting or Grouting

The process of re-grouting include 4 steps:

1. Remove and scrub out the old grout. For this purpose, we use a grout knife or grout saw. In some cases (for hardest lines) we use a rotary blade grinder.

2. Fill up joints with new grout. To spread a new grout diagonally across the joints, packing the grout firmly and deep into every joint we use a squeegee or rubber grout float.

3. Wipe to remove excess gout. When grout becomes firm we use the wet yellow sponges specifically designed for tile works to wipe off excess grout from the tile surface.

4. Clean tiles from the remaining residue of the grout. For this purpose, we wipe the tile surface with a dry cloth or paper towel.

Grout is concrete or sand-based material used in spaces between tiles. The main purpose of grout is to seal tile joints to protect them from moisture, to hide joints and to have a uniform appearance. We are presenting our customers with a color chart for the desired selection.
Note, to avoid scratching of shined or honed marble the non-sanded grout should be chosen.

Polyblend grout color selection card. PDF

TEC grout color selection card. PDF

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