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Old 03-12-2011, 09:54 AM   #1
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How to Remove Dried Excess PolyBlend Non-Sanded Grout

We used PolyBlend Non-Sanded grout on our kitchen walls above the counters and below the cabinets. We didn't get all of it off of the Premium Mosaics glass tiles. A wet sponge the day after doesn't work. Anyone have success with any other methods (dry scrub brush, cleaners, etc.)
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Try washing with a scrub brush and white vinegar. You might aughta wanna open the windows for this, unless your neighbors already know how much you like bean burritos....

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