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Question DetailsAsked on 9/27/2019

can a tile shower floor be regrouted if there is moisture between liner and tile once it's dry?

We moved here 3 years ago and I never had a tile shower before. I overcleaned and the grout started failing. while removing the old grout (floor only) I found an area (under the shower head) that was hallow under the 1/8th of an inch or so of grout I removed. I used a hand tool to fish out a little deeper and it is truly hallow. I also noticed that there are 3 lines about 3 or 4 tiles long that seem to be slightly wet. They are in different areas of the shower floor. I dried with a towel and the darkness returned within about 10 seconds so I am assuming that there is moisture between the tiles and liner? At this time we cannot tear it out and I was wondering if I just regrout, will the new grout hold? TYIA Ann

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