Great site for DIY... Removing and replacing old grout. First Remove the old grout…. If the grout is already coming out and is fairly loose – Use a grout removal tool found at all home improvement stores. Scrape along the damaged grout line and dig the old grout out of the grout joints.
My husband made a lighted coffee drawer with an inset for Keurig coffee pod storage in my IKEA Bodbyn grey kitchen. Chalkboard painted and waxed Karlby walnut countertops, matte white subway tile, silver grout, brass hardware...all DIY!
We love how mosaic pots look, and love it even more now that we know how easy it is to make them at home! Get the full clay pot mosaic tutorial here: http://www.ehow.com/how_5100117_mosaic-clay-pot.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=inline&utm_campaign=fanpage
Tips on installing beveled Arabesque tile by Beekeeperswife on GardenWeb: Most important is to keep vertical & horizontal line straight. Spacing doesn't have to be perfect, as grout will conceal imperfections. No spacing (i.e., tiles touching). Order 10% more than needed. Use Permacolor by Laticrete in Bright Wihite for a true white grout. Apply grout with a piping bag found in tile aisle.