Should you seal bathroom tile?

Answer On One Hand: Seal Stone TileSeal most stone tiles. Stone tile generally comes in a natural state, a honed style or polished. While the particular sealants recommended by the manufacturer may be dif... Read More »

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Should you seal floor tile grout?

On One Hand: Sealing Grout is BeneficialApplying a sealer to the grout of floor tiles protects against spills or dirt accumulation that stain the grout. It also helps the grout retain its color bec... Read More »

How long should you let floor tile grout cure before you seal it?

This Old House Magazine's website recommends waiting at least 48 hours for grout to dry and cure before sealing it. Sealing grout helps to prevent stains and keeps it from retaining moisture.Refere... Read More »

Can you tile a small spot of the bathroom with no tile adhesive?

Assuming that it's ceramic tile, that should be just fine provided that he used a Portland type cement and got sufficient coverage. It sounds like your contractor used a fairly arcane mixing method... Read More »

Can you tile over tile on a bathroom floor?

Yes you can. But the question is whether it is a good idea to do so. In some instances it can be satisfactory to do; in others, it's better to remove all old tile. In some states this is actually i... Read More »