Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 122
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by CJCA Grout
This pre-mixed grout was easy to use and matched my tile perfectly. It is being used in a tile back splash behind the stove. It hasn't been long enough to know if the non-stain component lives up to the claim, but I am excited that it is even possible. It cleans up really well.
October 28, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Victoria Worth the extra money
This was the first time we had tiled/grouted. I did quite a bit of research to find a product that would be manageable, easy and generally 'error proof'. This is the one. There are videos on YouTube to take you through the benefits (you don't have to seal since it has epoxy and there is no mixing) and the process (go a few sq feet at a time and grout and then wipe down as you go). It worked great. Grouting with a float definitely has a technique (especially for walls) to avoid too much waste, but the clean-up was quick and easy and what did drop didn't hurt anything.
May 26, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by HomeMoneyPit Great grout. Saved time and trouble.
Our contractor actually used this grout. It was one step and setup much harder and firmer than traditional grout. Plus, he did not have to mix a hardening agent with it. When done there was not sealing required. We've had it in a short time, but we can already tell it is much more resistant to wear and stain the traditional grouts. The only troublsome factor is that it was a little harder to clean off the excess from the tile.
February 17, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Tim475 Product as described. Very good
Is basically waterproof after curing. No sealing required as water beads up on it. Color matches it's bagged counterpart very well. A little tough to keep tile clean during installation but when you are done, you're done.
April 30, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Sanny Great product
Hasn't been in use for long but so far so good. The guys that tiled my bathroom said it is a lot easier to work with than some of the other ones and I wanted something not easy to stain or mildew as I am using it in a shower and so far no sign of staining.
October 1, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by kjenkins Great savings
Understood it can be expensive but its a one stop shop approach here if you plan to keep your house for a long time. The maintenance on a shower is alot and over the span of years of spending on re-grout and especially sealer it equals the cost to do it once with Fusion pro. Great product.
October 21, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by FormulaChris Worked Great
I've never used grout before on anything. I decided on Fusion Pro "bone" color grout and purchased it at HD. Later I noticed a lot of the negative reviews on here saying how the grout "never hardened", etc. I was a total NEWBIE at this process but I watched the how-to videos on YouTube, took my time, and it all worked out fine. FYI - I applied this to vertical shower tile.
Based on my experience, here are some tips:
1. Keep the surface wet. Lightly pre-wet the surface, apply grout with float until it just begins to harden, then use a medium-wet sponge and wipe off excess. This not only helps remove excess but keeps the grout wet. **The grout needs to be wet in order to harden correctly. **
2. Buy 2 buckets and keep them full of water. Have a helper rotate the water for you while you're grouting.
3. Focus on a small area at a time. I did roughly 3'x2' areas.
4. Use several microfiber cloths to wipe down tile after you complete step 1.
5. If you're doing a wall, lay down some plastic sheeting or cardboard to catch any excess grout that falls. This will help with cleanup later.
I can't speak to the longevity of this product as my bathroom project isn't complete yet. But I followed the steps outlined above and it looks great so far. Again, I'm not a professional installer. This is only my experience but I hope it helps!
March 28, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Hdtvguy Nice grout, let's see if it lives up to hype
So first, I personally did NOT use the grout, my contractor did at my request. They were reluctant at first, but we had long conversation particularly about the application and cleanup. They followed the recommendation to pre-wet tiles, grout small areas then swing back for cleanup. No haze and the grout looks great. Let's hope the "maintenance free" aspect of this grout holds up as the though of sealing and such is not attractive. The grout goes about as far as the bucket says it will, maybe a little less. As with these new grouts you need to stay off them and no water for a few days. Since we are remodeling it will not see water for well over a week.
January 26, 2015