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I've already got the shower floor tiled (4'x8'- half in 2x2 on shower pan and the other half 1'x2' tile). Im using epoxi grout on the floor, and regular grout of the same color on the walls. Should i grout the floor first, then tile the walls? (walls ar 9' high)

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I would work from the top down, leaving the floor for the end to prevent damage to the floor grout.

It should not be a problem standing and working on the ungrouted floor, just make sure the thin-set is cured. Cover it with cardboard or some old carpet or something.

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    I want to stress covering the floor, maybe even with 1/4" plywood. Dropping any tools or tile pieces on ungrouted tile can crack them very easy, especially on the corners.
    – JACK
    Dec 30, 2019 at 21:04
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    +1 on what Jimmy Fix-it said. Work from the top down. Walls first, then the floor. And I would do what Jack said & put something down over the already installed floor tiles. Besides the possibility of damage, a tile could be knocked loose if it's not locked in by the adjoining tiles & grout.
    – SteveSh
    Dec 30, 2019 at 22:08
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