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Old 08-26-2013, 08:06 PM   #16
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Too much excess mortar between tiles?


A green scrub pad can scratch a softer glaze---use the white pad if you are not sure of the hardness of your tile---

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Too much excess mortar between tiles?


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white scrub pad if its ceramic, green pad if its porcelain? why is that? i dont think i have ether of those colors. i have blue.
I've had good luck with plain old water and a plastic scraper.
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Too much excess mortar between tiles?


The green pads are more abrasive. Porcelain tile is much harder than ceramic so won't scratch easily.

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