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    Advice for grout repair

    I'm going to attempt to repair/patch some grout on tiles above the high water mark this weekend. Is there anything I should know or be concerned about before I get started?

    I don't have any loose or missing tiles, I just want to fill in some gaps in the grout to prevent water from getting in there.

    Thanks!
    Bart
    700 sq. ft./30,000 gal, gunite pool; 48 SF DE filter; 1.5 HP pump; Salt Water Generator; Solar Heat

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    Re: Advice for grout repair

    Here is a good thread discussion on that very issue: Best product to use for grout repair!!.
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    Re: Advice for grout repair

    Thanks! I saw that thread. I was looking for "tips from the pros" kind of advice......do this, don't do that, etc.
    700 sq. ft./30,000 gal, gunite pool; 48 SF DE filter; 1.5 HP pump; Salt Water Generator; Solar Heat

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