02:13AM | 12/22/03
Member Since: 12/21/03
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I have started a re-grouting project in my shower stall. I have standard 4" tiles that have the builting spacer. I bought the dremmel #569 grout removing bit and am making great progress. My first question is how deep to I need to go for the new grout to adhere. I think I am taking too much grout out as the majority of my dust is the same color as the tile. Should I stop at 1/8" or 1/4" or somewhere in between. I want to do this right !! Thanks for your help.


06:56PM | 12/22/03
Member Since: 01/26/03
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you may be grinding out the "self spacing"part of the tiles,however in general terms get out as much of the old grout as possible....good luck


01:56AM | 12/23/03
Member Since: 12/21/03
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Thanks everyone for your advice. Last night I made great headway.


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