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Donato Pompo · Jul 10th, 2020
ANSWER - I assume you are saying that you seal your tile with a sealer and that your dog's urine is causing the sealer to be removed. Sealers are meant to minimize the chances of…
Donato Pompo · May 21st, 2019
ANSWER - The closed-cell foam backer rod is suppose to be wider than the movement joint. You can compress a 1/4" foam backer rod into a 1/8" wide movement joint. The backer rod serves two…
Donato Pompo · Jan 17th, 2019
There should be a 1/8" joint between the wood and marble. It would be best to caulk that joint as there is likely to be movement. If you don't have a joint then when the…
Donato Pompo · Sep 6th, 2018
ANSWER - The tile and stone industry standards require that an ASTM C920 sealant (caulk) is used for movement joints and transition joints between changing planes or materials. ASTM C920 are normally 100% silicone or…
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