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For questions generally relating to stone or ceramic tile, including selection, preparation, installation, maintenance, cleaning, and removal.

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We just did a final walkthrough for a house we should close on in a few days. The kitchen has tile flooring. There are some holes in several of the tiles. The holes aren't too deep, maybe 1/4 to 1 … /2 inch deep. Luckily no cracks in the tile from whatever created the hole. I was wondering what can we use to fill in the holes. The things I googled all appear to be for bathroom/shower tiles …
asked Feb 21 '17 by Classified
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without removing the sink (less work) Someone else suggested to take the sink out (which means cut the sealant and caulk, remove the wood holding the sink, remove the piping) and cut it with a tile cutter …
asked Aug 5 '17 by Classified
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home. Actually, to describe the hole more accurately, the baseboard goes along the wall on top of my carpet. Where it transitions from carpet to the tile for the front entryway I can see some … sealant, since the baseboard is 1/4 inch off the ground b/c of the carpet. There's a tiny hole where it transitions from the carpet to the tile. What kind of sealant should I use to spray into the hole …
asked Jun 12 '19 by Classified
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So a friend told me to use something called a Travertine Repair Kit (link to Amazon). It seems to work. I'll find out how hard it is when it dries and take photos to show the after.
answered Mar 8 '17 by Classified