Updating bathroom ceramic tile

28 Aug

Plus I figured solid white would be an improvement over the blue, gray and swirlies. We didn’t really have any caulk, but what we did have was cracked, chipping, and missing in grout in the corners and edges.

Adam decided to go ahead and remove all the cracked grout and replace it.

Since I'm not a fan of preparation usually, I was tempted to skip some steps. The instructions also call for a light sanding of the surface before you begin.

I did NOT do this step because our tiles are smooth porcelain and I did not think that I would be able to get a good uniform sanding job done on them with their slightly beveled edges, etc…plus, as I've already alluded to, I'm a smidge lazy.

You need to get out of the room from time to time and breathe some fresh air.

There's a second online tutorial for this same product that I've read as well. And take LOTS of breaks while you're in the midst of the process.Well, he used to…but this year he has had to go to the emergency room because once just isn’t enough.Now he always wears safety glasses, because he’s cheap and a pair of safety glasses is much more budget friendly than an emergency room visit. Here is the official before picture, after a few hours of work.He said it was for the betterment of the tub, I think he just likes destroying things.Notice how responsible he is being and wearing his 3M safety glasses? Adam kinda sucks at wearing safety gear while DIYing.