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Top 100 Grout Projects

  1. 61. Essential Tips for Grout (01:00)

    Keep grout in tiptop shape with a little preventative maintenance.

  2. 62. How to Stain Grout

    One problem encountered by many homeowners is discolored tile grout on kitchen countertops. Host Amy Devers gives step-by-step instruct...

    Time:
    Under Half Day
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  3. 63. Step 2: Lay Out the Pattern (02:08)

    How to determine the best layout for a tile floor.

  4. 64. Fun and Easy Glass Tile Primer (04:06)

    Dress up the modern cylinder table with iridescent glass tile.

  5. 65. How to Grout a Tile Inlay

    Once the tile inlay is installed, it's time to grout it. The experts show the best way to grout the tile inlay.

    Time:
    Under Half Day
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  6. 66. Walking on Stone (20:00)

    Dean and Derek pick their top ten best 'Rock solid' stone floors.

  7. 67. How to Grout a Slate Floor

    Follow these instructions on how to grout a slate floor.

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  8. 68. Grouting 101 (02:45)

    Learn how to grout like a pro for an absolutely clean and uniform finish.

  9. 69. Selecting Tile (01:00)

    Here are the DIY Basics on selecting floor tile.

  10. 70. Brick Veneer (03:11)

    Marc Bartolomeo shows how to spice up any interior wall with brick veneer.

  11. 71. Tiling Layout and Patterns (01:45)

    Information on laying out tile before you install it.

  12. 72. Tile Installation: Grouting (03:04)

    A guide to applying grout to a freshly tiled surface.

  13. 73. Laying a Tile Floor: Overview (04:36)

    Here's a brief overview of how to lay a tile floor.

  14. 74. How to Clean Kitchen Floor Grout

    Make a kitchen floor look like new again with these simple steps.

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    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  15. 75. Cylinder Table Building Tips (06:00)

    Finish off the cylinder tables by installing top and bottom sections.

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