I am guessing this is a ceramic tile project. If it was me I would
spread out the water quickly with the grout tools (sponge, squeegee)
and touch up the finish. You might have to use a little more grout in
places but you have probably just extended the drying process a bit..
BTW - why would you post this on the internet if you have a grouting
emergency? Call the store for some instant support.
Whew! I really hope so. I am paranoid about too much water in concrete
To answer the other question, I find this group to be pretty
responsive and pretty knowledgable. If I called the Home Depot I'd get
one opinion in five minutes. Here I've gotten two in about forty
minutes, and will get probably about ten in a day.
And yeah it's a ceramic tile job.
Was it as bad as this bottom shelf from my 'tiling' project last week?
If so, it just wipes up with water (and a scrub brush) the next day.
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