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Listello resin 3 by 12 : tile;white grout stuck on the tile

The accent tile, by mohawk has many little holes in the pattern and a 3 dimensionalf lower and leaf pattern; should this be sealed with a natural stone or other sealer? how does one prevent grout from sticking; what about cleaning food splatters on tile from stove after installation?

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Yes, you should seal all tile with a 3-5 year sealer. there are many brands to choose from. excess grout should be removed with a sponge and water before it dries. clean food splatters with any safe kitchen cleaner.

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