Finally. Everything has dried, everything is in place, everything is READY. We can finally finalize the ceramic by applying the grout.
Ceramics extend from walk-in to the bathroom, which gives a fairly large area to cover. By the way, it’s really a “must” to have a tool for stirring up grout (or paint). By hand, it doesn’t really give the expected result.
Here’s how to apply grout, in four steps:
1 – Apply the grout between the tiles.
Using a grout applicator, work the grout well between the tiles.
2 – Sponge off the excess.
Gradually, use a damp sponge to remove the excess. This step can and even should be done more than once. It’s really easier to remove fresh grout than dry!
3 – Leave to dry.
Admire his work and let dry. Do not get carried away with the color of the grout, because, in our case, it really faded when it dried.
4 – Apply a sealant.
And don’t forget to apply a good 2-3 coats of sealer when everything is dry!