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goz

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Thanks for all the replies guys, I had only grouted 15m2 of 80m2 so stripped off the sealer and sealed remaining 65m2 with two coats of universeal rapid all in one, grouted and everything is awesome with that part of the floor, so now I’m left with 15m with this water ingress/staining ..... I’m really thinking it’s staining....
i only ever use lithothin products they very rarely go wrong.
what grout did you use?
Tilemaster grout 3000, almond, really come up nice, lovely grout , joints were only 5/6 mm and tile 15mm thick so didn’t feel the need for wide joint
 

goz

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Gents, thank you for all your input , always appreciate it in times of blind panic!! All sorted, Harry has asked me to mention directly at Julian that it was indeed stained rather than moisture think he’s on the wind up!! Managed to get it out with the ltp grout cement and salt remover, the non acidic sister of grout stain remover. Brilliant stuff, think it’s pretty new on the market, check it out fellas
Upwards and onwards god speed!!
 

hmtiling

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Gents, thank you for all your input , always appreciate it in times of blind panic!! All sorted, Harry has asked me to mention directly at Julian that it was indeed stained rather than moisture think he’s on the wind up!! Managed to get it out with the ltp grout cement and salt remover, the non acidic sister of grout stain remover. Brilliant stuff, think it’s pretty new on the market, check it out fellas
Upwards and onwards god speed!!
I also asked you to mention that's what I said it was:)
Glad it's sorted mate
 

jcrtiling

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Gents, thank you for all your input , always appreciate it in times of blind panic!! All sorted, Harry has asked me to mention directly at Julian that it was indeed stained rather than moisture think he’s on the wind up!! Managed to get it out with the ltp grout cement and salt remover, the non acidic sister of grout stain remover. Brilliant stuff, think it’s pretty new on the market, check it out fellas
Upwards and onwards god speed!!
Good to know it's good stuff
 

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