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Old 03-22-2014, 03:49 PM   #15
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I was just over at Lowes and they have a vinyl epoxy grout that stays flexible. That sounds like the perfect grout for a MH!
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I installed this tile about two years ago, using the adhesive and grout. Got the tile, adhesive, and grout at Lowes. No cracks yet.

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When you pick out your tile ask for a additive for the grout it will make it adhere better and remains more flexible. I've laid tile for years grouting isn't that bad most beginners tend to wipe it off too much use a grout trowel to push it into grout lines wipe it off with a wet sponge let it cure until it begins to dry and buff the surface of the tile with a dry towel. I wouldn't. Think of using any type of caulk for grouting have you ever seen old caulk it usually turns yellow after a year or two. I'd be more concerned with the surface your putting it on than the adhesive your using if it's made for tile it should hold.
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Nice job Crop Duster. That Idaho mosaic is one of the ones I liked from the website picture.

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