There was not one straight floor from the foundation to the roof; the ceilings were so fantastically clouded by smoke and dust, that old women might have told fortunes in them better than in grouts
of tea; the dead-cold hearths showed no traces of having ever been warmed but in heaps of soot that had tumbled down the chimneys, and eddied about in little dusky whirlwinds when the doors were opened.
The epitaph of Sir Jenkin Grout
is not wholly unintelligible to the present age: "Here lies Sir Jenkin Grout
, who loved his friend and persuaded his enemy: what his mouth ate, his hand paid for: what his servants robbed, he restored: if a woman gave him pleasure, he supported her in pain: he never forgot his children; and whoso touched his finger, drew after it his whole body.
may be optimum for sealing joints in a precast structure or point repairs for defects in the chimney, bench or pipe inserts.
Concepts for construction of prefabricated bridge elements and systems frequently rely on field-cast grouts
to complete the connections between discrete precast concrete elements.
These new grouts
also cure faster and are resistant to mold and mildew.
Clean and remove existing grout
There area lot of grouts
available, so make sure you get the right one for your tiles.
The company BAL have a range of grouts
to suit your needs.
David Magill, president, Avanti International, a chemical grout
manufacturer headquartered in Webster, Texas, explained that when most chemical grouts
are applied, they have about the same viscosity as water, but usually thicken, or gel, quickly.
All systems can be configured to run Urethane, Acrylimide and Acrylate grouts
I don't know of any other materials that can stop leaks in existing cracked concrete as permanently as chemical grouts
," he added.
That's why pros generally preferred standard cement grouts