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Top 100 Grout Projects

  1. 46. Removing and Replacing Grout (01:16)

    Here's a professional fix for old grout that looks as good as new.

  2. 47. Vertical Grout (01:43)

    Matt takes tiling to a whole new level by creating a modern banding effect.

  3. 48. Bath Lighting and Flooring (03:55)

    Learn how to select the best lighting and flooring for your bathroom.

  4. 49. Removing Grout (02:05)

    Take a look at the different options for removing grout between tiles.

  5. 50. Lake-Inspired Flooring -Part 1 (05:31)

    Floor tile is the first major addition to this bathroom renovation.

  6. 51. Repair a Cracked Tile (05:23)

    Repairing broken ceramic tiles is easy - just follow these simple steps.

  7. 52. Step 4: Apply the Adhesive (01:41)

    How to apply adhesive to the subfloor.

  8. 53. Grout Grabber (01:10)

    This tool attaches to a reciprocal saw to make quick work of grout lines.

  9. 54. How to Grout Natural Stone Tile

    Finish your tiling project with this expert advice for grouting stone tiles.

    Time:
    Weekend
    Cost:
    $50 - $100
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  10. 55. How to Replace Mismatched Tile Grout

    This bathroom has some unfortunate and dated problems. Learn how to easily replace mismatched tile grout.

    Time:
    Under Half Day
    Cost:
    $50 - $100
    Difficulty:
    Moderate
  11. 56. Tile Floor (03:03)

    Amy Matthews helps a homeowner install his first-ever tile floor.

  12. 57. Lake-Inspired Flooring -Part 4 (04:53)

    Floor tile is the first major addition to this bathroom renovation.

  13. 58. How to Grout Interior Brick Veneer

    Follow these steps to complete the installation of interior brick veneer by applying mortar to the brick joints.

    Time:
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    Cost:
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    Difficulty:
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  14. 59. How to Install DIY Backsplash (02:00)

    Step-by-step instructions on installing DIY Network's Tile Backsplash Kit.

  15. 60. SnapStone Tile (03:43)

    SnapStone Tile installs over existing floors: just place, snap and grout.

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