An electric tool, called a multi-tool (Fein, Craftsman, Bosch, Rockwell, to name some) is more expensive, plus the cost of the blade, but a lot easier on you.
When done properly, the surface is stiff - does not flex - and very water resistant.
You do not have expansion joints in your tile.If so, water seepage may be the culprit.Probably not what you wanted to hear.I was afraid that the correct way would be to remove the grout and then caulk.It is placed there specifically to prevent your tile from moving.
Tracey_bDecember 10, 2010, we're been in our new house a couple of months now and I've noticed the grout is cracking where the b/s meets granite.
By crack out I dont mean like that ridiculous Intervention show on cable, I mean it will start to crack and come loose.
The grout loses the battle and starts to crack out.
Your subfloor is moving, if you have a wooden subfloor and your tile is directly installed to it go pick out new tile.
Flexing of the plywood/Wonderboard will cause the grout to crack and the tile to pop off.If there are ice cream craze full version crack keygen any unsupported areas beneath your tile along the edge or in the corner of the tile, walking on it will eventually work what little support it may have loose and the tile will move down and up every time you step.You can take off all the tile, support the countertop, add CBU - and retile.You could attach a 1 X 4 on edge under the cabinet for support on each side of the sink.It could be anything from inadequate deflection in your flooring for the type of tile all the way up to and including the aforementioned pogo stick.This will cause cracking grout and, eventually, tenting of your tile.