effervescence on all grout
My saga continues. I have done the grouting part on half my floor using Lucicrete? Slate Gray. Now that it has dried, it is basically white. I have read throughout the forum about effervescence. Did a bit of "digging" below the grout suface and can find the gray color of grout. Does it make sense that all my grout has effervenced? (is that a word?) The tile is Ocean Blue, and the whitish color isn't too bad of a look. If I was to do nothing with the grout, would it stay white, or would the effervescence eventually wear away and I would have graying spots?
PS--I used my well water, untreated, is that a problem? The tile is set on the lower level concrete slab of a bi-level in Pennsylvania.
I had another thread regarding grouting cushion-edge tile. I rung out my sponge mightily and didn't think I made the grout too wet during clean up, or in preparing it. But, since this is my first time, and I haven't witnessed the process before, no telling if I overwatered--I overwater my plants at times.
Thanks for your help.