Grout haze porcelain tiles

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Hello everyone need advice

I had porcelain tiles laid a week ago in my kitchen . The tiles are light cream and have a grout haze that wont come off. Ive tried vinegar,baking soda and even a chemical tile cleaner not designed for haze thou. Any idea how i can get rid of the grout haze

Paul C.

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The items you have used so far will not make a dent in epoxy. You'll need to try a specialist cleaner, such as the Mapei Pulicol or the LTP Solvex, and several emulsifying pads.


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Professional Tiler
Epoxy? Well if its not been cleaned properly in the first place, you've a bit of a task now.
Does the residue feel rough under hand? If yes, then ltp solvex or nitromors will loosen the residue. You'll need lots of white scotchbrite pads and sponges too.
If it's a barely there haze, I'd suggest mapei kerapoxy cleaner, it's a trigger spray, but again you'll need plenty of pads and sponges.

This is exactly why epoxy should only be used with proper care and experience.
Get the tiler back to rectify it!
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