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Unread 02-22-2011, 07:37 AM   #8
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The polyurethane over the plywood (why was this done?) sounds like it could be the issue unless you are certain that there was no odor present after it was applied.

Could very well be a "bad batch" of urethane grout. Did they request a cured sample to test? If it turns out that the grout is indeed the source of the odor, the manufacturer is responsible for all labor & material costs to remedy the problem and possibly other damages. I don't care what the disclaimers may say on the container. Contact a lawyer.

I'm not a litigious kind of guy, and I have been on the manufacturing side all of my life. But if the problem is really with the grout, they should be held responsible.
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