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We want to remove all the joints of the faience of the bathroom which dates from 25 years, because they crumble and became yellowed, they are very fine joints, can you advise us to remove these joints without damaging the faience because the faience we would like to keep it because there is ground to ceiling, or would you have a miracle product that dilutes the plaster of joints?

There is unfortunately no miracle product... It is necessary to remove the joints by hand, possibly with a mill (type: Rotozip-Dremel) but the result is not guaranteed!

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