Tile Edging,

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I was wondering if anyone has tips on how to get that inch or so of grout that the spinner tool doesn't get under cabinet's or baseboards.
I have the 4 inch Hello but it can be a PIA.
Maybe there is a fancy brush or something.

Thanks
 

Mikey P

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A few options:


The ol' "Turbo Tilt" when baseboards, drywall, paint, wall paper and other surroundings permit

A Hard Surface or Carpet wand w/ a Glide

Any of the specialized Edging tools from Interlink/Hydroforce, TurboForce etc

A Grout Pole Brush

The PMF "Grinder" hand tool or stand up version

A towel
 
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Anytime you reply on pressurized water to clean what looks like wood baseboard, or cabinets, you run risk of swelling damage.

We use blue swivel followed by towel, And. Or. Magic eraser
 
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I use my stand up, full sized, filtration edging tool.
I have a Magic Grinder and PMF tile edging tool, but the filtration tool is what I like best.
 
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I use my stand up, full sized, filtration edging tool.
I have a Magic Grinder and PMF tile edging tool, but the filtration tool is what I like best.
Does it have a glide/rubber glide? I also have an edging tool, but no glide.... I’m scared to scratch the baseboard...
 

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