- Groutable vinyl tiles
- Spacers (3 mm)
- Vinyl grout
- Spray bag or turnip greens
Start by loosening the back of the tile. Attention! Do not remove the entire protective layer immediately. You only do this once the entire tile is in place.
Put the tile on its new spot.
As soon as the last edge is in place, you can remove the entire protective layer.
Use spacers of about 3 mm, between each new vinyl tile you lay.
In order to deliver the floor neatly, we are also going to grout it.
You can apply the joints in two ways. With a turnip trowel or with a piping bag. That’s up to you.
Apply the grout to the ground with a turnip rake or piping bag.
Then go over the floor with a sponge. Wipe away the haze around the tiles and clean the tiles yourself. Pay attention! Use a dry sponge when you go over the joints. You can use a damp sponge to clean the tiles.
After 24 hours the grouts are dry and you can start using the vinyl floor. Enjoy!