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I would simply add a layer of grout here and seal it afterward if it were my house. Anything else is going to take a ton of work. Adding a layer of grout and sealing it is one hours work and quite possibly is all you need. Doing anything else probably requires you to remove the tile from the shower, and this is what I would do at someone else's house, ...


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The tile and grout in an all tile shower are not waterproofing materials but long wearing easy cleaning finish ones. IF your shower was built properly it goes like this from top to bottom... -The tile and grout laid in thin-set tile cement. -A layer of portland cement or thin-set cement -A thick rubber waterproofing membrane -A layer of portland cement ...


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This is combined problem. Firstly, your grouting material might not be suitable, but what is even bigger problem person who did ceramic tiles work did a poor job; distance between tiles is very, VERY big, and this is the reason why grouting has cracked. You should remove all of the old grouting with some appropriate tool; beware not to damage waterproofing ...


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This is the classic case of condensation problem. My guess is that PVC windows haven't been placed on your building originally, but something you put recently. The other problem (I'm guessing) is that you have no thermal insulation on outside walls or it poor. Furthermore jambs around your windows are most probably faulty. All of this has contributed to your ...


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Use sponges soak with salt water and let dry. Then put sponges near windows which will absorb excess water. It is old family trick we have used for many generations now.


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Go to the supermarket and buy cheap automatic dishwasher powder. Here in Australia I get Coles Smart Buy Automatic Dishwasher Powder at $2 per kilogram. Check the MSDS on the internets and get a powder that is a mixture of sodium carbonate and sodium percarbonate. These are the active ingredients in things like Affresh, OxiClean, and many alkaline ...


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I would use acid if it was me. Vinegar is one kind of acid. In the US there is a cleaner called CLR that has lactic and gluconic acid in it. You can also buy hydrochloric acid at some hardware stores.



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