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Old 12-12-2017, 02:38 PM   #1
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Is this a Belgian Groutsponge ?

Hi Guys,

Is this a groutsponge? I can translate as a sponge to wash your tiles.

I hope someone can help me :-)

The link from the shop in Belgium;


https://www.gamma.be/nl/assortiment/...pons/p/B400821

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Yes, that is a grout sponge according to the English translation.

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Thanks ALan,

I think this would be the best option to buy and don't spend +25€ on a sponge.

If you have time, if you type sponge in the searchbar in de link, you get all the sponges.
Are there mabye better options?

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The translated line

"With the GAMMA tile-in-sponge sponge you could easily insert tile joints"

Gives it away as being a grout sponge.

What do you plan on useing it for
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I wanted to try it with a rinseless wash. I always uve the Garry Dean method but i want to try something else.

It will be a little bit scary, but the GD was also scary in the beginning :-).

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What do you plan on useing it for
Grout sponges were all the rage for waterless washing a few years ago.

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