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Hi, I've tiled the inside of a fireplace chamber, off-white herringbone marble. A labour of love but that's another story.
It'll eventually have gas stove fitted, no open fire.
Have used heat-resistant adhesive, what should I be looking for when buying grout. Only white needed.

Thanks much.
 
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Mapei mapeflex firestop is an option, suitable up to 1200c. Comes in a silicon style tube and can be piped in like mortar.

Decent regular grouts like a Bal micromax is only suitable up to around 150c
 

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