Sometimes over time, especially over areas with heavy traffic, tiles can split and crack.
This leaves a very obvious unsightly situation to an otherwise very smooth and clean look. Using a multi cutter fitted with a grout blade, I can cut away the grout surrounding the tile needing repaired and lever the tile out to be replaced.
The old adhesive that’s usually left stuck to the substrate behind the tile would need to be sanded back which takes a fair bit hard work. The new tile is then stuck into position and grouted over – leaving a perfect finish.
Some hairline scratches and scuffs can be sorted with various touch up paints and polishes.
Although at times the colours can be hard to match perfectly it is definitely better to replace the tile if a match can be found.