Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 298
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by al130th Hard to use!
This grout sucks to apply and wipe off. It is'nt consistent from one pail to the next some being very dry others moist. This particular color left a haze no matter the frequency of fresh water or the 3 minutes they reccomend.
September 6, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by BDFS inventory of this product was way off product was great
Call to get actual count before waiting for associate to try and find product and wasting my time.
August 16, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by LK So far so good
Easy to put on once you realize you need to wipe off as you good
June 27, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by MHK New Vinyl
We are very happy with the appearance and quality of this product. It really has made a difference.
May 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by AFC Amazing grout
This product is easy to work with as long as you wash it off properly.
February 16, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by janey good but stains, wear gloves
good but stains, wear gloves. had a much harder time applying than with the bagged grout. hard to remove. even with using a clean sponge it left a lot of haze. also a bit pricey. for what it's worth i'd go with the bagged grout in the future.
December 29, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by DH outstanding
Easy to use.less mess and less fuss. Easy clean up and is self sealing.
December 8, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by C4Net OK, I see why people either LOVE it or HATE it!
OK, I see why most people either love it or hate it! It does make a beautiful seam when finished, but it's not for the average DIY'er. This is a most unusual product, unlike any I've ever worked with. I'm no pro, but I know you cannot apply it like standard cementitious grout because you have nowhere near as much time to work it before it starts to dry. I'm not exaggerating when I tell you that this stuff starts setting up as soon as you pass your float across it! The very fine grit and film that is left behind will dry in like 1-2 minutes AND STICKS to the surface of the tile. (It MIGHT not be as rapid if working in high humidity, but I was in 50% or less) If you float too long/go too far without wiping it off, you will have a fight to get it off. I was laying 6x24 ceramic tile on tub surround walls and could only grout about 36"(1 long edge + 2 shorts) before I had to stop and wipe off. I used the sponge from HD that has the fabric on one side and recommend that one highly because you WILL have to scrub to loosen the grit at times when wiping down and the sponge side alone is not enough! (THAT gives you an idea how firm it sticks!) Well that felt like it was taking FOREVER, so I decided to try applying it with a homemade (Ziploc Qt/Freezer) grout bag. (I had noticed that when the stuff is not spread out thin it dries slower) That worked pretty well with my 1/8" lines that were not too deep. I filled about 36" at a time, with a bead that overfilled about 1/8" above the tile surface. I then came back with a damp 3" putty knife and packed it down flat, 3" at a time, from the side, to ensure fill. Then I scraped along the length to remove most of any excess, which I used on any low spots or tacked on the end where I had stopped the bead. Of course I STILL had to wipe across the seams to remove the residual, but it was a lot less work, mess and waste than the standard float method as none had dried on the tile face...
I bought this because of the allure of not having to seal the grout. But compared to the difficulty I had in applying this stuff, sealing standard grout doesn't seem so bad. I have another one for the floor that I'm gonna return. But after reading this, some may decide they would not have a problem with it. I've never tried epoxy grout, but I can't imagine it being easier. Hope this helps.
September 30, 2016