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Introduction
Setting Out
Drainage
Sub Base Construction
Establishing Levels
Laying Patterns
Laying Paving
Cutting Natural Stone
Pointing and Sealing
Introduction
Required Items
Preparation and Planning
Fixing Tiles
Cutting and Use Of Borders
Sealing
Grouting
Final Clean and Seal
Introduction
Required Items
Preparation and Planning
Installing Flooring
Skirtings, Threshold and Finishing
Final Clean
Maintaining Paving
Maintaining Stone Tiles
Maintaining Wooden Flooring
Universeal Products
UltraTile Products
UltraScape Products
Dural Products
Fastenmaster Products
Sandstone Quality
Travertine Quality

Grouting

Once sealed, you can begin grouting; always follow each manufacturer’s instructions on mixing grouts to achieve the correct consistency and quality.
  • Mix roughly the correct amount of grout to cover the area needed, you can always mix more if you are short
  • Apply grout directly onto the joints and work it into them filling the whole of the joint.
  • On unfilled tiles grout over (if required) the whole surface of the tile to fill any surface holes
  • Remove excess grout as you go and work your way around the room remembering your starting point as this will be the first part for the next stage
Allow 10-15 minutes for the grout to begin to dry and then begin cleaning the grout off starting from the area you grouted first and working around in the same direction

  • When cleaning off the grout always change your cleaning water regularly and keep your sponge clean as much as possible
  • Continue to clean and wipe away grout until there is as little as possible on the surface of the tiles
  • Allow to thoroughly dry and then remove haze with clean water and a sponge using as little water as possible, finally going over with a clean dry cloth
Just prior to sealing again, go over with a dry cloth and hoover up any grout particles until the tiles feel smooth and clean.