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Unread 06-19-2020, 12:55 PM   #1
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Chips in glazed ceramic tile

Installing this glazed ceramic tile by Venis, Porcelanosa group - it's called old dark gray. They are 13 X 39 1/2 large tiles. Coming to find out they are extremely delicate and very difficult to handle (most likely a bad choice in tile selection, but the style looks good) - the edges chip if you even look at it the wrong way!

Lots of small chips where I put spacers and tile levelers ( I used Peygran 1/16 tile leveling system). The damage is done, you can see the pic of what I need to fix on a lot of tiles before I grout - I imagine. I'll be using Prism's ultimate performance cement grout in "new taupe" color.

Any tips or tricks to hide these chips and make it look as good as I possibly can?

I was thinking to possibly find a stain with the closest color match, then grout and then seal with 511
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