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Tired of their cat Lucky ruining the entrance carpets, the author embarked on a project to replace the laminate floor under the destroyed carpet with hexagonal tiles.

Despite the rubbery and patterned nature of the carpet, the cat found a way to soil it, raising concerns about the subfloor.

We decided to use hexagonal tiles, similar to their kitchen floor, to create a durable and visually appealing entrance.

With the plan in mind, we cut out the old floor along the marked line and prepared the space for the new tiles.

To address potential moisture issues, we applied sealants with the Schlüter Kerdi membrane and AquaDefense liquid membrane.

The tiles were then laid with quick-setting tile adhesive, and once set, the author proceeded to grout.

We shared the process of mixing and applying the grout, emphasizing the need for patience.

The outer spaces between the tiles and other floor coverings were intended for grouting to provide flexibility for any shifts in the floor.

While grouting can be messy, it is an essential step in the process. It is helpful to use moist towels to remove grout film from the tiles.

The final step was to grout the edges, giving the project the finishing touch. The sealant helped to conceal any irregular cuts and contributed to a seamless appearance.

The finished floor not only addressed the challenges caused by the cat but also became a practical and visually appealing entrance area capable of withstanding wet and muddy shoes.

Born out of necessity, the project transformed a previously ruined floor into a functional and aesthetically pleasing space.

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