gap between porcelain tile on floor and door trim...what to do??

calypsochickOctober 4, 2010

We had an issue with our door trim and had to replace it after our porcelain tile was laid. But, the tile had been cut to fit around the old door trim, and even though the new door trim was supposed to be the same size, what's done is done and now there is a gap between the notched out tile and the new door trim. How can I fill it? Should I just apply grout to that area?


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Regular grout or fill the void with caulk grout. Colors are available to to match most grouts, a simple one shot solution for a minor issue.

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