Tumbled Marble Backsplash. Sanded or Unsanded Grout? - Ceramic Tile Advice Forums - John Bridge Ceramic Tile

Tumbled Marble Backsplash. Sanded or Unsanded Grout? - Ceramic Tile Advice Forums - John Bridge Ceramic Tile

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Generally, sanded and unsanded grout should never be mixed and absolutely never with marble or any other surface that can be scratched by the sand in grout (note: marble is a cut product, manufactured to extremely tight tolerances and usually designed to be installed with 1/16" spacing).

Generally, sanded and unsanded grout should never be mixed and absolutely never with marble or any other surface that can be scratched by the sand in grout (note: marble is a cut product, manufactured to extremely tight tolerances and usually designed to be installed with 1/16" spacing).

Mapei Silver Unsanded Grout

Mapei Silver Unsanded Grout

If I’m distressing furniture, I always mix my paint with tile grout. 1 cup paint to 2 Tbsp unsanded tile grout.  It creates a super thick paint that gives amazing coverage with no sanding, no priming, it distresses beautifully, but once it cures is almost indestructible.

If I’m distressing furniture, I always mix my paint with tile grout. 1 cup paint to 2 Tbsp unsanded tile grout. It creates a super thick paint that gives amazing coverage with no sanding, no priming, it distresses beautifully, but once it cures is almost indestructible.

Mother of pearl glass mosaic! Makes for sleek kitchen or bathroom backsplash. Sold in 12X12 for $16.68 at Lowes. Fnished the look with Design Color Unsanded Grout--Silverado also at Lowes.

Mother of pearl glass mosaic! Makes for sleek kitchen or bathroom backsplash. Sold in 12X12 for $16.68 at Lowes. Fnished the look with Design Color Unsanded Grout--Silverado also at Lowes.

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