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We show you in this guide on how to grout a fresh tiled wall professionally and cleanly.
What grout is best to use for your wall tiles, depends on the material of the tiles and the desired joint width, for example, natural stone tiles need a special type of grout.
In very fine joints White joints, which is also available as a super fine joints and grey grout is recommended. This particularly fine tile grout is ideal for joints 0-5 mm.
When a particularly difficult working underground is under your wall tiles, such as wood or sheetrock walls, you should use Highly flexible tile grout. This mortar is particularly flexible and compensates for movements and stresses.
For particularly wide joints eventually recommends Extra grouts. It can be 2 to 20 mm joint width to be processed and is particularly suitable for tile designs with large joints.
Suitable for your purposes tile grout in a clean mixing vat in which is stated on the packing ratio with clean water carefully. Depending on which grouts use it, have a different processing time.
The tile grout additive improves the elasticity of the joint and also provides on problematic substrates for the necessary stability and durability.
Clean the tiles first tile adhesive residues, loose dirt and dust. Then enter is generous on the freshly installed wall tiles the tile grout with the sponge trowel. Then wipe the new wall covering carefully with water, but without the flush joints.