Tiling Question

What grout to use for ceramic tiles?

I recently got all of the tiles fixed in my shower. What grout would you recommend.The tiles are ceramic 225 x 330 with 3mm spacing. Approx area 7 sq metres.

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Answered 23rd Feb 2011

Monray Domestic Services

Member since 6 Aug 2008

Bal microflex everytime
It gives nice smooth grout lines and is mould resistant

http://www.toppstiles.co.uk/tprod3019/section173/Bal-Microflex-Wall-Grout-White-10KG.html

Answered 17th Feb 2011

Adam Coates Property Maintenance

Member since 17 Jun 2010

hallow mi name is Tino, the best grout to use in the bathroom is unibond grout , if you have the floor (plywoood) use flexible one , too protect for cracks , for flexible arrea , have a nice day

Answered 17th Feb 2011

tnt building contracrs

Member since 16 Mar 2010

Ball microflex , simples

Answered 17th Feb 2011

Reading Bathrooms and Kitchens

Member since 17 Dec 2008

Bal microflex. Easy to use, waterproofand mould resistant

Answered 17th Feb 2011

Hafren Tiling

Member since 18 Jan 2011

Bal microflex without a doubt, nice smooth application and easy to clean off tiles. Pre-mixed stuff from DIY stores is usually full of air and thick so is a right pain to apply and clean up.

Answered 17th Feb 2011

A F Robertson

Member since 29 Nov 2010

Bal microflex every time, easy to apply and clean. Mould resistant.Hope this help,kind regards.

Answered 26th Feb 2011

TRM Roofing/Builder

Member since 23 Apr 2008

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