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Epoxy Grout haze Jim Walthall (11 Mar 2021 19:29 EST)
Re: Epoxy Grout haze Stuart Rosen (12 Mar 2021 09:39 EST)
Re: Epoxy Grout haze Scott Wilson (12 Mar 2021 09:55 EST)
Re: Epoxy Grout haze Stuart Rosen (12 Mar 2021 12:29 EST)
Re: Epoxy Grout haze Jim Walthall (12 Mar 2021 13:13 EST)
Re: Epoxy Grout haze Jim Walthall (14 Mar 2021 09:48 EDT)

Re: Epoxy Grout haze Scott Wilson 12 Mar 2021 09:55 EST

Gentlemen;
Before going to full restoration in 2008, I did custom tile and stone installation on many
Award winning high end homes in the Florida Keys. I have always been a fan of epoxy, partially because other installers would run for the hill ,just hearing that word..
My experience is with the old true two part latticrete epoxy, and I have had to clean up after many inexperienced installers of epoxy.
The best and least expensive way to remove for me was TSP ( tri sodium phosphate)
Available almost anywhere, mixed strong applied with a scrub brush, allowed to dwell 15 minutes and run green pads. This is fast and effective but depending on the thickness of haze , pads have to be changed as needed.

My two cents
Best to All
Scott Wilson
Wilson Stoneworks Inc

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