Vibrant, Chromatic colors are possible when using grout from Grout360. The material you will receive already has the color added and you add is water.
Test for Staining, Very important: GROUT360 uses very strong pigments to achieve some colors, and these pigments may stain your tile. Some tiling materials have a tendency to absorb the pigment color from the grout. White tiles with matte surfaces or unglazed porcelain finishes are the ones we see that have the most staining issues. It is recommended that you seal porous and sometimes non-porous tile with a grout release/pre-sealer prior to applying the grout. Microscopic surface cracks and crazing in the tile may allow the grout color to stain the tile. Testing a small area prior to use will determine if you need to pre-seal your tiles. If your tile does stain after testing, send us an email asking about the return options. Some stains can be removed by using a cleaning product called Goo Gone.
If you need help estimating how much grout you need for your project we have a grout calculator available by clicking the link below:
Technical Info and Installation Instructions:
ANSI 118.7 and ISO 13007-4 CF2FAW
Contains admixtures to improve mildew resistance and crack formation
Safe for use on Glass tiles
This is an Unsanded grout that can be used in grout joints up to 1/8". Pre-sealing porous tile or stone with an appropriate brand sealer may be necessary to prevent grout staining of the porous material. The mix is easy to use, just add water. It is enhanced with Polymer to create Hard, Long-lasting, Professional results. Key attributes:
1. Can be used on walls.
2. Interior and Exterior applications.
3. Kitchens and Bathrooms.
4. Residential and Commercial jobs
5. Makes a hard, dense grout.
6. Great for highly-glazed ceramic tile, polished marble, and glass tiles.
7. Will not scratch softer materials.
8. Since these colors are very strong, make sure to test softer or porous materials for potential staining.
Color variations can occur in any white Portland cement product. Slight color differences are normal.