Pebble Floor In Shower installed on a shower floor adds a good appearance. A common concern is whether the product is comfortable for the feet. The pebbles selected for the tile are classified for thickness consistent enough to create a flat surface. The stones are attached to a flexible substrate that simplifies installation. Grouting methods for a stone pebble shower floor are generally the same as another style plant.
Clean the area gravel surface before grouting. Use a vacuum cleaner to remove dirt and/or debris from area joints. Clean the gravel surface with a clean, damp sponge to remove any remaining turbidity of the adhesive mortar during installation. Seal the pebble floor in shower before grouting. Natural color stone is a porous material that will absorb the material in the grout to alter its natural style. Follow the stores instructions to apply the guard.
Mix the grout in a clean container to the consistency of the peanut butter, using a paddle. Use a sponge soaked in clean water to add water to the slurry a little at a time until you achieve the proper mix. A typical average shower floor size will use less than 1/2 of the grout bag. Pebble floor in shower tends to use more grout because of a larger grout joint. Transfer the grout to the floor of the pebble shower, with the margin trowel or rubber trowel.