How to do grout?

If you have never installed tile and grout before, it is pretty easy to learn how to do grout. The first thing you need to do is to look at the width of your grout lines. If it is going to be less than 1/8 of an inch, you want to use non-sanded grout. If the width is more than 1/8 of an inch then you want to use sanded grout. Make sure that you put all of your grout tiles in place first.

Use spacers to make sure that there's an equal distance between all of the tiles. Then, you want to mix your grout paste and use a float to make sure you fill in all of the grout lines. the grout mixture should look like wet sand if you're using sanded grout, or it should look like thick cake batter if you are using non-sanded grout. Grout tends to hold better if it has just the right amount of water. It has too much water or too little it doesn't bond properly. After you are done filling in the grout lines, take a large damp sponge and wiped the tiles clean. That is it, you are done!