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Custom Building Products Fusion Pro #09 Natural Gray 1 Gal. Single Component Grout
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Fusion Pro #09 Natural Gray 1 Gal. Single Component Grout

  • Unsurpassed stain resistance with no sealing required
  • Ultimate color consistency
  • Easy to spread and clean
$54.97 /each

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Custom Building Products #09 Natural Gray 1 Gal. Fusion Pro Single Component Grout is a professional grade, single component sanded grout. Fusion Pro requires no mixing and is ready to use on ceramic, porcelain, glass tiles and polished natural stone. It is suitable for exterior and interior wall and floor use.

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  • Advanced acrylic plus silicone resin formulation
  • Provides superior color consistency
  • Includes microban antimicrobial product protection to inhibit the growth of stain causing mold and mildew on grout
  • Cures to a hardness similar to cement grouts
  • Easy to use, won't effloresce, spreads easily, saves time because it doesn't need to be sealed
  • Can be used on virtually all types of tile and natural stone
  • Crack and chemical resistant
  • For grout joints 1/16 in. - 1/2 in. (1.6 - 13 mm) wide
  • For use on countertops, tub surrounds, showers and high traffic areas
  • Sample colors shown may vary from actual grout; final installed shade can differ based on tile type, porosity, job site conditions and finishing techniques
  • May qualify for a lifetime system warranty when combined with other custom lifetime warranty installation products



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How much area does 1 gal. cover?

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It depends on the size of your grout lines and how large your tile is. I recently did a small kitchen floor room in a stacked 12-inch tile arrangement with 1/8 in. grout lines. At that rate, 1 gallon could easily cover 400 square feet if used properly with minimal waste.
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What is the general area of coverage if you have a 1/8 grout line and 12x24 inch tile?

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300-350 square feet per gallon. With thinner tile, expect greater coverage. With thicker tile, you'll use a bit more per joint.
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I have to seal the tile around the grout in my kitchen what should I use? Will it hurt the grout if the stone sealant gets on it?

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October 21, 2016
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Scroll to the bottom of the page for specifications about sealers.
http://www.custombuildingproducts.com/products/grout-materials/single-component-grout/fusion-pro.aspx
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It won't hurt, but it may discolor it. This should not matter if seal both equally. The grout you used has a sealer in it, so it is unnecessary on the grout. Sealing both will certainly make application easier.
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It's always best to test, as some sealants do permanently darken grout. If you can find an inconspicuous place and put a little sealer on, you should be able to judge for yourself after 24 hours.
But that's a color issue, and you're wondering about a structural integrity issue. The chances that this grout will be weakened and not work as well if you get any sort of stone sealant on it are practically Read More
It's always best to test, as some sealants do permanently darken grout. If you can find an inconspicuous place and put a little sealer on, you should be able to judge for yourself after 24 hours.
But that's a color issue, and you're wondering about a structural integrity issue. The chances that this grout will be weakened and not work as well if you get any sort of stone sealant on it are practically nonexistent. Almost all stone sealants are also recommended as premium grout sealers . I know this grout claims that sealing it is unnecessary. I can definitely tell you that adding a good stone or grout sealant over this grout it won't hurt it.
There's one last thing that I want to mention -- this is sanded grout. Typically, you should use unsanded grout on stone. Especially if you really go at it during the application, sanded grout can scratch or cause a difficult-to-remove haze to build up on your softer stones, like tumbled marble, rough-cut slate, or travertine, which is often heavily pitted. But that's not what you asked about, so it's likely you've got that well in hand already. Read Less
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We did not use it on stone. If you have any questions, you should call the Fusion Pro help line. They are very knowledgeable and helpful. Good luck!
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How can I return fusionpro 172 1 gal urban putty to a local store that has not been opened for a store credit

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Please refer to your distributor for return policy information. For further assistance please contact our installation division at 800.272.8786 option 2
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 306 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by great all in one grout A bit pricey, but the ease of use makes up for it for this DIY'er. It's has sealant in the pre-mix so no follow-up steps. Love it. August 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Grout Easy to use and looks great. As other reader's mentioned, FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS. They're not any more difficult than regular grout, but just a bit pickier. My original thought was "oh, we've always just done grout with sponges and didn't need the microfiber cloths" ... get the microfiber cloths. My husband and I tag-teamed - he grouted while I came in behind him and wiped up. I had 2 water buckets, I rinsing bucket and one clean water bucket. This seemed to really help. After wiping it with the sponge twice, I did the damp microfiber drag and then went back in with a clean, damp microfiber and wiped in a circular motion with a VERY light touch (aka: no pressure.) When done, we waited an hour to let it dry a bit and went back in with the sponge and microfibers and did a second wipe up, ending by lightly buffing with a dry, clean microfiber. It didn't need much but it took any remaining haze of the tiles. I don't know that this second wipe was in the directions, but we found it to be a good move and it only took about 5 minutes. We used the natural gray color and it turned out perfect - better than the regular grout that we used in our previous bathroom remodel which ended up "efflourescing" in spots and didn't seal properly. It's worth the money to get this stuff which doesn't require the expense and upkeep of the regular grout. It was also faster to lay and seemed a lot less messy. January 11, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to use for installing a kitcheb backsplash I used the natural gray to install porcelain and stone mosaic tiles (called Titan interlocking) that I purchased from home depot as well. The gray grout was a standard light gray color and the color was even throughout the bucket. (See Picture) It is not green as pictured on home depot's site. Even though the grout lines were very small in my mosaic tiles, I had zero problems with hazing. I grouted 12 inches at a time and wiped over them once with a damp sponge. Then I wiped the tiles with some clean paper towels and then followed with a microfiber towel that they sell in the tiling isle. I feel that that microfiber towel was key because it did an excellent job. I did use a lot of paper towels though. Once I finished the entire kitchen I did NOT have to go back and clean up any of the spots because I was careful as I went. There were 0 spots with any hazing. The wet grout just wiped right off with no issues. I would also like to add that I splashed chili on the grout and tiles and they wiped up perfectly even after it had set there for an hour or so. It seems pretty stain resistant. It has been installed over a month now with no problems. My only issue is that the grout is pricey compared to the grout you have to mix and seal yourself, but I decided the convenience was worth the price. September 2, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Natural Gray is not green I did not install the product myself. I am pleased with the finished appearance. The professional who installed it mentioned that it was very sticky and hard to clean as it dried very quickly. The color online of the Natural Gray looks green, it's very inaccurate. June 9, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Hard to clean up This product looks easy, being pre-mixed but beware., Its very hard to get it completely off your tile surface. Make sure you follow the instructions. If you don't, you will be in a mess very quickly. Work in small areas and DO NOT let any residue get even close to drying on your tiles. Wipe away excess grout as soon as possible. Anybody who has done tiling work knows that clean-up is critical, but this product is very unforgiving of any residues left behind, including haze. In practise, I found that even following the instructions and using microfiber cloths etc I simply couldn't clean it up enough to prevent its appearance on the tiles, once dried. Being a polymerised/siliconised product, traditional grout haze removers that work on cement, do not help. So far I am unable to get an acceptable finish on my porcelain tiles, albeit that the grout joints themselves are fine, with consistent colour and quality. Unless you are an experienced tile layer, I don't recommend this product. February 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I just recently completed all by myself without help from anyone my very first tile job! It was exciting, scary, and exhilarating all at the same time. Was it easy, well, let us just say it was not overly difficult but it was definitely time consuming - especially because I like everything perfect and I fret when things do not come out the way I anticipated. In May of 2016, we hired someone to come replace our bathroom flooring with the understanding that I would work alongside them and they would teach me everything I needed to know to continue the tile work into our hallway and entryway. I wanted our tile work to flow and have cohesion in the flooring type. For the bathroom tiles, we used regular grout, the type that you mix with water. For my entryway and hallway, I decided to go with Pro Fusion Single Component Grout. The product had me at “no sealing and stain resistant“. I factored that the cost of the regular grout & the sealant and the time I needed to allot for sealing the grout was the equivalent of the cost for a one-gallon container. I also anticipated how much time I would have to invest in the future to clean the grout once it began to discolor and become dirty. This product was easier to use, the cleanup was great and I really enjoyed working with it compared to regular grout. I watched the company’s YouTube video and a few other people’s videos, read the instructions thoroughly and ended up re-grouting my bathroom so that there would be color consistency and since the bathroom grout was a different product I worried about it becoming darker over time while the Fusion Pro product would not discolor over time. I highly recommend this product. I also highly recommend following their directions precisely. If you follow the company’s instructions you will truly appreciate the superiority of the Fusion Pro Single Component Grout, I know I did and I do appreciate the beauty of this product! October 26, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by difficult to apply, but looks good when done. tried this product due to fading/staining of cement grouts. watched the mfg. videos several times to see what i was getting into. pretty misleading about ease of application. gave up on water wipe up, as the scrubbing needed to remove stubborn haze pulls grout out of the joint. wanted a very flat joint finish, so came up with my own remedy. acetone eats this stuff up. using a medium scotch brite pad, i just very lightly rubbed the joint with the acetone, and it came out perfect. then a light wipe with acetone and paper towel for haze. got the results i wanted. granted the solvent increased the cost, but it was worth it to get results i wanted. this grout is super temp sensitive. bathroom was working in was warm due to a/c blocked during project. for it to go down as easy as in videos, it would have to be around 50 degrees. will have to wait a while to see about the durability factor. October 21, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Literally $55 down the drain! Home Depot sales clerk said pay a little more and you only have to grout once, new shower for about a month when we notice the grout on shower floor missing! October 24, 2016
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