Discussion in 'Hard Surface Hub' started by Mikey P, Apr 18, 2017.
The blue brush just tickles the grout.
This stays in the line and gets the job done with authority
The ones Interlink sells..
Those are good for delicate stone only..
I misunderstood your post. I thought you were calling the green one in the picture blue.
Having re read it, I realize it was just a short circuit in my brain. Not an uncommon occurance lately....
I don't know Mike. That picture isn't a good example. It's dark grout, duh. Let's get a white grout before/after.
Or light grey. I'll accept a grey colored grout.
I can see why Rob ran you off.
Where do you get the green from?
Well if it comes from the horses mouth, then it must be what it is, isn't it?
I like red, do they make them in red?
Hehehe ... this gets funnier every time I read it.
You know I'm the latest and greatest...
The blue one works great on edges and cleans grout to.
The green one is a mystery no one sells.
Or at least Mike will never post a link on his world of info.
Beige. Or light cinnamon. Something yummy.
We have the Green Grout brushes.
This leads me to the question; Are we all seeing the same blues and greens? What if my blue is your green. Is blue my green? Have we all just subconsciously agreed to name particular colors certain names when in reality they all look different to each of us. So if the brush is green or blue it may also be blue or green. @Matt Wood can you please look into this a bit more for us.