Glass Tile / January 21, 2019 / Morgana Faubert
The reason so much more grout is removed than when grouting conventional tile is because light refracts better through the glass tile when the sides of the tiles are exposed to the light. Work 3x3 spaces for about ½ hour or until the grout begins to dry then sponge off the grout. Bring several buckets of clean water and a sponge to the work area before you begin. Soak up some water into the sponge and gently wipe away the excess grout that is adhered to the tile. Smooth the grout lines with the sponge using one continuous swipe. Flip the sponge over and swipe more grout from the tiles until it becomes full of grout. Rinse the sponge in a clean bucket of water and repeat.
Refurbishing your pool is affordable now. You can choose an exotic design or a classic look that makes your pool stand out and invites your visitors to dip into the cool waters. Backsplashes are refreshing and can improve the interior décor of your home without spending a fortune. The advantages of using backsplash include a wide array of designs and color options and protection for your walls against water stains and other nasty things. Thus a backsplash is an excellent way to redecorate your kitchen bathroom and pool area. Moreover glass tiles are resistant to stains so cleaning them is easier. You do not have to use so many cleaning agents to keep these tiles pristine.
Choosing the right grout color to match your glass tile is essential to preventing blemishes and imperfections from being easily spotted. Because of the reflective surfaces on these tiles grout can disrupt the refraction of light easily catching the eye and revealing blemishes in the tiles. A suitable match is one that is similar in color to the tiles color. Mixing grout is as simple as making pancake batter. Use a paddle bit and a ½" drill to mix non-sanded grout into a five gallon bucket stirring in water slowly. Once the mix has achieved the consistency of pancake batter the grout will be mixed to perfection. Add more water or more grout as needed to thin or thicken the grout mix.