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Unread 06-07-2021, 10:39 AM   #31
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Originally Posted by Kevin
Is there a better place to go for help...
If you find one, do let us know. Feel free to post it here.

Originally Posted by Kevin
Would like to know if it is better to seal the grout first, then caulk the intersecting surfaces first?
I'd like to know how you'd do both things first, Kevin.

First things we'd need to know is what your expectations might be for sealing the grout and very specifically what grout you intend to use.

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