Regrout Tiles In 3 Easy Steps
Bumps and knocks to tiled surfaces loosen grout over time, allowing water to seep in. This can cause mould behind tiles and eventually compromise waterproofing.
Regrouting is simpler and less expensive than replacing tiles, and it gives old tiles a clean finish.
All old grout needs removing before new grout is applied, and new grout should be sealed to ensure longevity.
Coloured grout can be used to give a bathroom a new look. Matching the grout and tile colours makes the edges of the tile less obvious, while contrasting colours draw attention to the pattern of the tile layout.
TIP Avoid using acidic bathroom cleaners, as they can damage grout.