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Not all tiling jobs are created equal! There are several things to think about, including the type of tiles or stones, the type of grout, and, of course, the type of grout float you choose to work with.
A grout float is a hand tool that is typically used to press in, smooth out, and wipe away grout from joints when working with tile or stone. Grout floats typically consist of three parts: the handle, the base, and the pad. They are typically made from wood, plastic, or steel, and can come in a variety of sizes and shapes for different jobs.
Depending on the type of tiling job, there are several things to think about before choosing the right grout float: