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How To Clean Colored Grout


how to clean colored grout
    colored grout
  • Commercially prepared grout consisting of carefully graded aggregate, portland cement, water dispersing agents, plasticizers and color fast pigments.
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    clean
  • Make (something or someone) free of dirt, marks, or mess, esp. by washing, wiping, or brushing
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Zap Color Grout Restorer
Zap Color Grout Restorer
Zap Colored Grout Restorer works in the same effective manner that the original Zap Professional Restorer does, except that its specially formulated to be used on colored grout. Zap Colored Grout Restorer can be used to restore your old tired and dingy looking grout to a like new surface. Now you can remove calcium, lime scale, rust and other hard water stains from your tile and colored grout lines safely without worrying about losing the grouts original coloring. Simple to use, simply apply Zap Color Grout Restorer to the surface, allow it to sit for a few minutes and then simply spray down or in heavily stained areas a light scrub of the grout lines and thats it. Note: if you have white grout, please look for the original Zap Professional Restorer. This package contains three 12oz bottles of the Zap Color Grout Restorer.

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1971
1971
There are enough stories about this woman to fill a New York phone book-sized publication. This was my scary Grandmother Alice, seen in this photo taking our hapless Yorkshire Terrier, Dingus as a hostage. In later years, after Alice had passed and we felt it was reasonably safe to finally discuss her, my sister and I decided that she was totally insane. She and my Grandfather lived in Mexico for a time and in El Paso, Texas as well. They would come to California once or twice a year (on what seemed like interminable visits...in reality, probably only a week in duration), bringing with them cases of rum, Coca Cola, Maria cookies and canned mangos. As soon as my Grandmother put her bags in the bedroom, the traditional festivities would begin. First the frenetic mixing of the drinks ("Cuba Libres" she would teach me to say and emphasize how important the LIME wedge was to the drink, otherwise it was just a "damn rum and Coke". I was five years old at the time. Never too early to begin my bartending education, apparently) and then the preparation of the chili con queso which amounted to BOXES of Velveeta melted in a pot with salsa. This was before commercially-prepared salsas in a jar, so Alice had made her own salsa with big chunks of onion and chili peppers so hot they must have grown in Satan's garden. All of this fussing in the kitchen was accomplished while chain-smoking cigarettes, regular bouts of coughing and hacking (as only a lifelong smoker can do) and handing me one-dollar bills every time I told her that she looked "pretty" or that I was "happy" to see her. I picked up on that little trick early and looked forward to earning a year's worth of allowance in one week's time. My parents initially appeared to enjoy having these people in their home, but as the week wore on and the liquified Velveeta flowed as freely as the booze, it was obvious that there was no such thing as a comfort level between them. After the first day or two, I would spend many hours hiding in my room, listening as the Trini Lopez and Herb Albert records would blast on the hi-fi, people would shout above the racket, dogs barked, doors slammed, chili peppers bubbled menacingly on the stove (enchilladas AGAIN??) and my parents began to wear the haggard look of people who had somehow miraculously survived a bomb blast in the back yard. Alice had a few treats up her sleeve for our continued amazement. One was that every night after dinner, she would begin tugging at her girdle and making comments about how "this thing" needs to come off. This announcement was usually met with dead silence. And then at some point, she would make her way to the bathroom at the end of the hall where the magic would happen. First there was the sound of struggling and grunting. Then silence. Then the face washing. More silence. And then the inevitable flatulence would begin, sounding more like it was coming from a drunken longshoreman than an old lady. Presumably, the aforementioned girdle was responsible for holding all of this air inside of her intestines. Once free from the confines of this super-strength garment, all hell could (and would) break loose. As a grand finale to this routine, she would emerge from the bathroom (which us three kids were sharing with them, by the way) in what can only be described as a see-through diaphanous nightgown. Blue in color, resembling smoke. Absolutely no secrets....and no undergarments. Dogs hid under the table. The men in the room became fascinated with whatever was on television (ANY of the three channels) and the women would find Important things to do in the kitchen, like scouring the grout or cleaning out the freezer. Anything to avoid burning our retinas on this incredible and inexplicable vision floating through the house, farting, smoking and swearing. Another little treat was that when we would go places in the car with her, she would need to sit up front with my dad while the rest of us (whoever got bribed into going) would sit silently in the back seat. Alice would finish a cigarette and flick it out the open window where it would immediately come in through the back seat window. Once it landed in my lap and began burning my shorts. Another time, it landed on my arm and burned the hair off in a little circle. This was dangerous business, and I found that if I brought it to her attention, she would whip out a dollar bill (from WHERE??? The girdle??) and hand it to me, assuring me that everything would be okay "later". When, "later"? Later when you drift around my house in your hideous transparent nightgown? Later when you assure me that my stupidity will prevent me from ever putting the S&H Green Stamps properly in the redemption book and that I should remember how important it is to marry a man with a lot of money? This would explain the look of confusion and terror on Dingus' face in this photo,
Year 2, Day 115 of 365
Year 2, Day 115 of 365
The last (uncut tiles) went on to the mosaic today. A couple of the metal ones need to be cut and I need to fill in the corners with cut black ceramics. Once that's done, I'll be cleaning the adhesive off with turps and then grouting the lot. Because the coloured ones are glass, I'm a bit nervous the grouting and cleaning/polishing will scratch them, so we're going to try a sample mosaic during the week with a left-over glass tile and see how we go. Then all I need to do is hook up a keyboard and see if we can... No... That's just a fantasy too far... March 2008

how to clean colored grout
how to clean colored grout
Zap Color Grout Restorer
Zap Colored Grout Restorer works in the same effective manner that the original Zap Professional Restorer does, except that its specially formulated to be used on colored grout. Zap Colored Grout Restorer can be used to restore your old tired and dingy looking grout to a like new surface. Now you can remove calcium, lime scale, rust and other hard water stains from your tile and colored grout lines safely without worrying about losing the grouts original coloring. Simple to use, simply apply Zap Color Grout Restorer to the surface, allow it to sit for a few minutes and then simply spray down or in heavily stained areas a light scrub of the grout lines and thats it. Note: if you have white grout, please look for the original Zap Professional Restorer. This package contains three 12oz bottles of the Zap Color Grout Restorer.

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