How Long Does It Take for Grout to Set?

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The length of time it takes for grout to set depends on the type of grout. Thinset grout will generally set up in 24 hours.
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The purpose of grout is to hold the tile in place. It can offer a contrast and decorative effect to your tiles, as well. Grout comes in more colors than white (i.e. green, gray) and
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Thinset. is a type of blended portland cement used to set tile on a slab or cementboard. the tern "thin" is from the thin bed that the tile is set in. thinset mortar is
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It sets hard even if it wet, ie constantly splashed or immersed in water.
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Let the tile set for. 24 hours before grouting. There are quick
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It takes grout a very short time to set. But the rule of thumb is to stay off of it for at least 24 hours to make sure it is ready to be walked on.
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