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jessehyde

A flooring guy. Carpet-floor shops should install or know a guy

   
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LATICRETE International, Inc.

Here is the correct link to the SPECTRALOCK Pro grout referred to in this article.

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Lucy Telfar Barnard
HBuild, when you say epoxy grout makes no allowance for expansion or contraction, does that mean it would be more prone to cracking in areas of regular seismic activity? (I live in Wellington).
   

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