How do i regrout tiles in bathroom? Only needs doing where the wall meets the floor.
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Often times it is silicone that is placed between where the floor meets the wall tiles. In order to remove the old silicone you need a silicone scrapper tool. After removing and cleaning the area you can then apply new silicone to the area and have a nice new looking bathroom seal.
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Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @Collette. It's wonderful that you've joined us and many thanks for your question.
It's great to see @redracer01 has already offered some helpful advice. Can you tell if it's a soft silicone in the joint or a hard cement-based grout? As @redracer01 has mentioned, this is an area where grout cracking is highly likely due to movement and flexible silicone is often used. You should find this step-by-step guide useful: How to silicone a gap.
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