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Unread 11-30-2014, 11:44 AM   #16
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I'm tiling a laundry room with 8X8 tiles. What height for tiled baseboard will look better? 4" or smaller?

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Whatever Mrs. Mike prefers is the best option.
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Matching the height of the toe kicks on the cabinets are an option
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Hello

I need help with my grout. Due to some unexpected event I waited too long before cleaning the grout. After wiping now my grout has different shades of grey. Is there any method to fix it? Sealer that can intensify the color or i have to scrape it and do it again? My grout suppose to be charcoal color.
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What brand of grout are you using? Sanded or unsanded? How long did you leave it before cleaning?

You may require some cleaning with sulfamic acid, but you won't be able to do that for about 10 days, if it's even needed. There are grout stains available out there, so don't worry.
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The brand is PROGROUT, unsanded. I was waiting maybe 1hour instead 20-25 min (per instructions).
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