cleaning flagstone grout

Hi there, I had picked out some flagstone to face a wall, it has good colaration and also quartz glitter.
After the workers grouted it, they havn't done the best to clean the grout off, leaving a hazy look. They don't care about the look as much as I do, not bad but not to the degree of cleaniness I would have done myself... but I wasn't there to supervise unfortunately.
It has been less than 24 hours so I might do some action... Do you think I could use something to clean it up better? how about a good scrub with some water and scrotch brite pad? Or just a sponge?
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Just a sponge for now, and don't rub too hard on the grout itself. If there is grout in the grain you acn use a toothbrush to get it out.
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Hi there, I had picked out some flagstone to face a wall, it has good colaration and also quartz glitter.
After the workers grouted it, they havn't done the best to clean the grout off, leaving a hazy look. They don't care about the look as much as I do, not bad but not to the degree of cleaniness I would have done myself... but I wasn't there to supervise unfortunately.
It has been less than 24 hours so I might do some action... Do you think I could use something to clean it up better? how about a good scrub with some water and scrotch brite pad? Or just a sponge?
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On Jul 17, 1:56 am, snipped-for-privacy@my-deja.com wrote:

Probably muriatic acid, but I believe you need to wait maybe a few weeks.
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