Yikes! I’ve created a monster. I chose “tumbled stone” for the backsplash of a kitchen counter. It’s very porous and pitted. I’d like to use grout that is a few shades darker than the creme-colored stone. Is there any way to keep the grout out of the deeper pits of the stone short of an after-the-fact acid wash? Please advise.
These bags from Quick Dam arrive compact and swell to form a protective barrier on contact with water.
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