Crazing and- or Cracking of Grout Joints

Crazing and- or Cracking of Grout Joints

Cracking grout.

Cracking grout.

Cracking grout.

Cracking grout.

Cracking grout.

Cracking

No thin-set under backerboard

No thin-set under backerboard

Sierra Exif JPEG

Cracking grout.

Sierra Exif JPEG

Cracking grout.

Grout Failures Photo - Martin Brookes (2)

Cracking grout.

Sierra Exif JPEG

Cracking grout.

Cracking grout. Cracking grout. Cracking grout. No thin-set under backerboard Sierra Exif JPEG Sierra Exif JPEG Grout Failures Photo - Martin Brookes (2) Sierra Exif JPEG

The 2021/2022 National Tile Contractors Association Reference Manual states the following:

Crazing and/or Cracking of Grout Joints …..

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