Due to the size (weight) of our appliances, it was neccesary to tile the kitchen in 3 seperate areas.
Next comes the grouting, which wll have to be done the same way. My question is:
Will the seperations in areas be visible in the grout? And the same question applies to the sealer.
I assume this would be much the same as replacing tiles, where the original grout meets the new grout- and I have never heard any complaints in this regard.
grouting in stages wont hurt just watch the transition area when washing. i would seal it all at the same time though.
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