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Old 06-04-2010, 11:14 AM   #1
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My laundry room floor is sheet vinyl with what I assume is acrylic grouting around the edges. The grouting is pulling away from the wall and discolored. How can I remove the grout without hurting the floor and what do I replace the grout with?

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Probably caulk, not grout. It should pull right up. Then replace with more caulk.

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Thanks for the help. As a former Missourian I am sure you are correct.
Actually, it is acrylic caulk. I will try it.
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