To clean grout off wall tiles, wet the tiles with water, use a wooden scraper to chip off the grout, rinse and scrub with a nylon scouring pad. It is important not to use a metal scraper to remove the grout because it ma... More »

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In order to remove dried cement from tile, wood, glass and other surfaces, there are many commercial products available that safely do the job. Professionals also recommend vinegar if cleaning dried concrete from hands a... More »

To clean grout, make sure the room is well ventilated, and apply bleach to the grout lines with a brush. After allowing the bleach to sit, scrub again to remove set-in stains. Apply a baking soda solution, and then mop t... More »

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When installing self-stick ceramic tiles to cover walls, wash down the wall with warm, soapy water, and then dry thoroughly. Use putty to correct any cracks or uneven portions of the wall before applying the tiles. More »

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It is not advisable to clean a ceramic slow cooker insert with a copper scouring pad or other metal scouring pad, but plastic or nylon scouring pads are often acceptable. It is important to consult the user manual or man... More »

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To clean stoneware, rinse items in hot water, rub off any excess debris by hand or with a nylon scraper and pat dry with a towel or air dry. The most important thing to remember is not to use soap. More »

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To repair shower grout, clean the shower, scrub it with a pad or brush, allow it to dry, and remove any brittle grout using a grout removal tool before adding new grout. Allow the grout to dry, and apply grout sealer ove... More »

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