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

Didcot Bathrooms & 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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