To apply grout, pour the grout on a small section of tile, and spread it with a float. Remove the excess material from the tile with the float, and then clean the flooring before applying a sealant. Most rooms can be gro... More »

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Remove dried grout from ceramic tile using a hardwood implement, water and a plastic scrubbing pad. Once grout cures, it becomes much more difficult to remove, but most grouts are removable with light abrasion, using wat... More »

Grout sealer stains can be cleaned off ceramic tiles by using cleaning agents such as water, vinegar or alkaline based cleaners. Expert tile installers use stronger cleaning agents such as acids that they dilute to remov... More »

Grout haze can be removed from new tile by simply washing the tiles with warm water and applying a grout haze cleaner. However, it is best to wait until the grout has fully cured before removing any grout haze. More »

Clean porcelain tile with an alkaline-based tile and grout cleaning solution. Do not use household cleaners, as they can be absorbed by the tile and leave a residue that can build up over time. More »

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Ceramic tile grout can be cleaned using a mild detergent and warm water. To clean ceramic tile, users should add a few drops of dish detergent to a bucket of warm water. More »

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To clean floor tile grout, start with warm water and a stiff-bristled brush. Spray a solution of warm water and white vinegar over the grout. Cleaning one room with this process takes about 45 minutes and requires a spra... More »

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