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Regrout Tile

Filed Under: Experts, Eric Stromer, Kitchen & Bath, Big Projects

Eric Stromer shows us how to easily repair and re-grout the tile in a kitchen or bathroom. Learn how to do it in this video then click through a step-by-step photogallery.




  • kerry

    I would love to see this in closed captions and I'm sure many other Deaf & Hard of hearing viewers would agree.

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  • dee

    kerry try launching the step-by-step gallery for detailed written instructions. It's very helpful.


  • Louis

    I just use a tube of Clorox gel touch up and apply it to the grout-like new!

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  • vicvod

    Report spam! Don't Just give it a negative vote,REPORT IT!

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  • ME

    Tile advise in a nut shell. Thanks Mr Stromer. Unemployment benefits are more than enough for beer, cigs, & a few minor home repairs. Remove costs of time & labor from any project and it is affordable.

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  • Tim

    Great about fixing a clog you can see. My tub drain is clogged by three women with lots of long hair. The trap is sealed by drywall over a built in wood( Mahogony, Chery wood) wall unit. A snake will not go down this drain from the tub. I need a chemical before I have to generate a 2 grand costly house repair to remove everything under neath the trap hidden in the floor board under the tub. I know, not a great design, but the house I bought.
    Got any ideas. I have tried Bleach, dish washer detergent phosphate, combination vinager with baking soda, amonia, calcium cleaner.

    got any better Ideas before i spend a fortune I do not have?


    Tim in Nanuet

    fraherT@aol.com

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