Grout Failures

Grout Failures

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What you need To know

GROUT FAILURES. The three most commonly used grout types include standard cement, high-performance latex, and epoxy. Standard cement grout is available in a sanded or non-sanded version. Non-sanded cement grout allows for joints to be grouted up to a maximum width of 1/8” of an inch. The sanded version allows for grout joints to be a width of

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