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Wooden tile joints/grout

  • 23-10-2021 6:44pm
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    Registered Users Posts: 597 ✭✭✭ joeyboy11


    The house we're building is covered (about 150 meters squared) in wooden tiles but they were laid very early (alot of work was done since they were laid and the contractor didn't protect the floors) and the joints/grout between the tiles are a very light colour with dark patches throughout. I'll attach a few pictures to give you an idea. 

    We had an engineer assess the place as there were some other problems and asked him about the tiles and he said nothing can be done unless you ripped them up and redid them but we won't be doing that due to the huge area they cover.

    Just curious about opinions if it's possible to repair/recolor the joints between the tiles?

    A point to note: The grout in the joints is flush with the tile.





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