My patient husband decided to be green and frugal and instead of replacing tile in our bath, he dug out the old grout and regrouted. I can’t believe how new it looks—shiny and white. If you don’t have that sort of determination, call Sir Grout, a local tile care and cleaning service. This DIY project actually inspired a bathroom remodeling story for our July/August special kitchen and bath issue, so stay tuned. I’ll also be blogging more about it.

—Jan Parr

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Tile Rehab

   

My patient husband decided to be green and frugal and instead of replacing tile in our bath, he dug out the old grout and regrouted. I can’t believe how new it looks—shiny and white. If you don’t have that sort of determination, call Sir Grout, a local tile care and cleaning service. This DIY project actually inspired a bathroom remodeling story for our July/August special kitchen and bath issue, so stay tuned. I’ll also be blogging more about it.

   

My patient husband decided to be green and frugal and instead of replacing tile in our bath, he dug out the old grout and regrouted. I can’t believe how new it looks—shiny and white. If you don’t have that sort of determination, call Sir Grout, a local tile care and cleaning service. This DIY project actually inspired a bathroom remodeling story for our July/August special kitchen and bath issue, so stay tuned. I’ll also be blogging more about it.

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