Vibrant, Chromatic colors are possible when using grout from Grout360. Great for tile jobs or mosaics where more color options are desired. The material you will receive already has the color added and all you add is water.
Technical Info and Installation Instructions:
ANSI 118.7 and ISO 13007-4 CF2FAW
Contains admixtures to improve mildew resistance and crack formation
Sanded grout is to be used in grout joints from ⅛” to ½”.The mix is easy to use, just add water. It is enhanced with Polymer to create Hard, Long-lasting, Professional results. Sanded Grout is used for any size grout lines 1/8″ and wider. Although the specifications state unsanded grout be used in grout lines that are exactly 1/8″, you really should use sanded for them if possible. It will ensure proper adhesion to your tile and guard against too much shrinkage. Sanded grout has fine sand added to it. This prevents the grout from shrinking too much as it cures. That’s why it is used for larger grout lines and should be used for the majority of tile installations.
If you have a polished stone such as granite, marble, limestone, and some polished travertine, you should be careful about using sanded grout. While sanded may be the correct choice for the size of grout lines, it may not be the best choice. Depending upon the polish of the stone the sand in the grout may actually scratch it. If you decide to use sanded make sure you test it in an inconspicuous area first to ensure it will not scratch your finish. Seal with several coats of a high quality grout sealer. Color variations can occur in any white Portland cement product. Slight color differences are normal.