How to remove a haze from nonpolished ceramic tile

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How to remove a haze from nonpolished ceramic tile

What is the best way to remove the grout haze from a nonpolished ceramic tile? We have wiped the tile down like 5 times. Will just scrubbing them harder work?

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DEPENDS.

If you used standard portland cement grout then a 'grout haze remover' may be in order. Are you sure the tiles are ceramic and not stone?

If you used a premixed grout right out of a tub then that stuff is a little different. You should call the phone number on the package and ask them what to use. Many problems are arising with the use of premixed grouts.

If your tile is a stone tile and not a ceramic tile which would include porcelain, then stone tile must be sealed before grouting.
 
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