I have just finished a travertine backsplash on new kitchen. It has many
unfilled indentations which add lots of character to its look. What is the
best way to grout this stone without getting grout into the indentations?
I asked the granite installer and he said just grout and fill the holes but
that's not the look I want. Glad I didn't have him do the backsplash. I'm
thinking a grout bag or use my fingers.
Any good ideas???
"You can lead them to LINUX
but you can\'t make them THINK"
Even if you use a grout bag or your finger, when you sponge the excess
grout off, how do you plan on not getting grout or residue into the
Just spread the grout normally with a rubber float and sponge it off
then right-way go back and rub the tile surface strongly with a damp
removing as much out of the holes as you can. When you're done
you can pick at the holes all you want with a sharp pointy object if
You may not have agreed with your granite installer, but if you find a
grout your tiles and not get anything into the holes, and you actually
do it and
achieve it, let us know so we can learn something new.
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