Rated 3.9 out of 5Â by 87
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Thegramma Great product
We are very pleased with this product. I loved the fact it didn't need to be sealed. We had tiled the floor a few years ago with a product that had to be mixed and after a short time the grout started to chip out of the grout lines and was very powdery. This product was easy to put down and clean up was quick. The only drawback was we had to order the color we wanted as the store didn't stock it which put the job on hold for a week.
May 20, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5Â by CARehabAddict Totally Disappointed -- Turned Dingy Yellow Within 2 Weeks!
I was SO looking forward to using what I thought would be a superior grout for my 2 sons' shower. What drew me to this was the non-mildew and epoxy-like properties, but we now completely regret using this grout. Within 2 weeks of installation, the grout joints have completely yellowed! I have tried bleach to no avail and now the beautiful 12x24 bright white tiles we installed are tarnished with this horrible yellow-ish grout.
*** It is worth noting that we also used Fusion Pro Delorean Grey on the floor, which actually turned out beautifully. My only advice is steer CLEAR of this "Bright White" disaster, which is anything but white!
January 14, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by lpgiese Outdoor island
Ok lets start out is ease of installation:
1) On outdoor skid resistant floor tile it is difficult to remove.
2) On the island counter - 2x2 tiles - pretty easy to remove.
3) Slate with enhancer/sealer easiest to remove.
When installing if temp is above 70 and dry only do a small area and clean quickly. Best if you have two people working. One grouting and a second cleaning up right after.
Performance - excellent - already went through a freeze-thaw-freeze cycle and the grout looks great.
December 10, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Jammer Do it once. Done.
Ready to use. No time to mix, slake, remix as with cement grout. No part A&B and 90 min to finish everything before it turns hard as with epoxy. Spread easily on floors, trouble sticking to walls a little. I put down clean paper uder my walls so I could pick up the 20% or so that ends up on the ground when spreading vertically. Love that you wash it as you go, when a section is done, its done. No going back to seal it. I will say this dark brown will stain any light colored paint it touches for more than 20 seconds. I followed the instructions to a T. I am an experienced tile installer (was pro for 11 years) and the only draw back was that getting the tiles perfectly 100% clean took quite a bit of work. Glazed tiles were pretty easy to clean and just went back the next morning with a little haxe remover and water solution and boom, perfect. As for the the 1" white hex mozaics on the floor... lots of streaking. Theres so much grout on 1x1 tiles that draging the clean wet micro fiber cloth across as gently as humanly possible always resulted in noticeable brown streaking. After 2 hours set, I had to use a heavy solution of haze remover and lots of scrubbing with a white nylon pad. I was thinking I was going to be there till midnight scrubbing to get the stubborn brown staining off my unglazed porcelain tiles, until my sympathetic wife suggested I try a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser. OMG. I dont know what's in those things but it worked incredibly well. If only I had known of this back when I was a pro I would have stocked these in the van by the dozen. Made final cleaning a snap. The installation looks fantastic. No efflorescence, no shading, just smooth sandy looking grout joints that are hard and dense. I will use this stuff again.
August 22, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by KatieKat 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