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Posted by Ingrid H on Mar 14, 2007
Part 2 of Tim's question reminded me to ask a question I've been meaning to ask. On a construction site I was on once, the apprentice tile man used the wrong color grout in the middle of a tiled wall. It was EPOXY grout. The remedy for this disaster was to get out a heat gun, soften the grout, and dig it out. Wood flour thickened epoxy does not seem all that different in my mind. Could it just be softened up with a heat gun and scraped away with a putty knife?
In Response to: Two Epoxy Questions by Tim Clark on Mar 13, 2007