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how to grout beveled tile

by:Kastar     2020-06-12
Diagonally cut tiles add dimensions and depth to the wall by making the edges angled to the front of the tile.
The walls are more popular than the floor, and it is tempting to put the edges of the tiles together and eliminate the grout line.
However, most tiles are not cut perfectly into straight lines, which results in gaps and holes between tiles, thereby reducing the structural integrity of the tiles and capturing moisture and bacteria.
Use grouting to help secure the tiles on the wall and create a solid surface for cleaning.
Install the tiles on the wall with at least 1/16 of the gap between the tiles.
When you work, using a gasket between each tile ensures a uniform spacing.
Once the tile is set, the spacer is removed.
Mix the mud and water in a bucket and let it sit thick for a few minutes.
Dip some grouting from the barrel with a grouting float and disperse it on the tile to press the grouting onto the grouting line.
If the grouting line is narrow, push the grouting into the line with the tip of the grouting float.
Make sure that there is a velcro into the mortar along the way to ensure that the seal is firm.
Clean the grout from the front of the tile with a damp sponge. Rinse it often.
Pay special attention to the edges, carefully wipe with the corners of the sponge to remove the mud from the inclined area.
Depending on the level of fineness of the edge of the slope, you may need to follow with a thin sponge, a damp rag, and trace the edge of the slope with a rag wrapped on your finger to remove the remaining mud.
Let the mud dry for 24 hours.
Seal it by pouring a grouting sealing agent in a plastic coating bottle with a foam tip.
Hold the bottle at a downward angle, slide the bottle along the grouting line and add the sealant to the bottle.
This prevents mud from damp and stains.
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