I had situation once . Customer had a new ceramic tiles installed ( very poorly, surface was very uneven, you had to be very careful not to stumble), so I didn't find surprising to find a chunks of dried grout all over the place. It wasn't much about haze, just dried remnants of grout. At the time I had Prochem tile cleaner, I made 50-50% concoction in sprayer bottle, put on knee pads and worked in small areas saturating the grout and gently scraping it with sturdier plastic scraper. Had a real problem to put final touches with a spinner, it was constantly hitting edges of the sticking out tiles. It was very strange experience, there is nothing out there that I know of , to easily remove grout from the surface .What product is good to help remove dried grout on the top of the ceramic tile floor?
Not sure how ot got there, someone else did install (months or yrs ago???).
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