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Polyblend #165 Delorean Gray 8 oz. Grout Renew Colorant

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The Polyblend 8 oz. Delorean Gray Grout Renew contains an acrylic, water-based formula that stains delorean gray and seals them against stains and water damage. Its MoldGard technology inhibits the growth of mold and mildew. Stain and fade resistant. Matches Polyblend Grout colors.

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  • Grout sealant and stain
  • Water-based, acrylic, urethane formula stains and seals your cement grout joints
  • Stain and fade resistant
  • Protected by MoldGard technology to inhibit mold and mildew growth
  • Sample colors shown may vary from actual grout, final installed shade can differ based on tile type, porosity, job site conditions and finishing techniques

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how do i apply it?

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September 22, 2014
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Wash the grout with with a new or slighly used strong kid toothbrush, you cut part of it, depending on the size between tiles.
Then go down and start one line at the time. You may pass more times to cover all. Plan ahead your escape way, in case you need to step away from the painted grout, and plan for not using sections of it for days for better result.
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February 5, 2014
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I used a paintbrush from the Crayola 5-pack brushes you can pick up at Walmart, Target, etc.; this was the most effective at applying and minimizing excess color on the grout. I tried a toothbrush before, but it was too messy
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October 17, 2013
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Just as it come from the bottle with a paint brush, small one.
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June 15, 2012
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I used the craft brushes located in the paint department and a cheap tooth brush. I clipped a couple bristle rows of the tooth brush to make the head narrower.
Pour the grout renew in a small cup (like a Dixie cup). Start with a little bit that will give you an idea of how far it will go. A little bit goes a long way. Paint the grout line with the craft brush then scrub in with tooth brush.
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I used the craft brushes located in the paint department and a cheap tooth brush. I clipped a couple bristle rows of the tooth brush to make the head narrower.
Pour the grout renew in a small cup (like a Dixie cup). Start with a little bit that will give you an idea of how far it will go. A little bit goes a long way. Paint the grout line with the craft brush then scrub in with tooth brush.
Try to paint and scrub in within the lines wipe up excess with paper towels. Have plenty of paper towels ready. Wipe mess ups toward the grout line, but try not to wipe within the grout line. Read Less
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May 22, 2012
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Hi there, thank you for contacting us. Application of Product
Shake well before using. If more than one bottle of the same color is
being used mix all bottles together in a separate container. Apply to
dry grout joints. Apply small bead of Grout Renew directly to center of
joint. Work back and forth with a soft-bristled toothbrush to assure a
thin, even application. Do not allow it to bead or puddle. Do
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Hi there, thank you for contacting us. Application of Product
Shake well before using. If more than one bottle of the same color is
being used mix all bottles together in a separate container. Apply to
dry grout joints. Apply small bead of Grout Renew directly to center of
joint. Work back and forth with a soft-bristled toothbrush to assure a
thin, even application. Do not allow it to bead or puddle. Do not allow
Grout Renew to dry on tile surface, wipe it off as you go. Work small
areas at a time.
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I want to recolor grout on a glass mosaic tile backsplash.

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December 8, 2013
The grout lines are very small as the mosaic is made up of tiny 1/2" square glass tiles. How difficult will it be to remove the colorant off of the glass tiles? I am anticipating major difficulty stay within the grout lines.
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September 23, 2014
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The Grout Renew came right off my shiny porcelain penny round tiles. I used a toothbrush to rub it into the grout. Let the colorant set on the grout lines for 15 minutes or so, then wipe off with a damp, not wet, rag or towel. If it dries on the tile, you can always scrape it off the glass with a fingernail or razor.
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if the glass is not porous then any grout should wipe off easily. I would try this on a scrap piece first.
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Do a test in a small area, after applying the colorant allow to dry for 20 or 30 minutes, moist the glass tile with water and scrub off from surface of glass tile. If you have further questions please contact our care & maintenance division at 800.272.8786
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Where can I see the colors this product comes in?

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October 17, 2013
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At the online Home Depot site listed under tile paint, this site will also answer many question asked here.
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Our Grout Renew comes in all the colors that our grout comes in. Home Depot should have the color charts in the flooring aisle.
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Can one use a steam cleaner after applying this product?

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Steam cleaning is not a preferred method of cleaning the Polyblend Grout Renew Colorant. We would recommend a PH neutral cleaner like TileLab Grout and Tile Cleaner. For further assistance please contact our Care and Maintenance division at 800.272.8786 option 3
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 12 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by worked! Product works great.It may take awhile to finish job but, Its better than replacing existing grout. May 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Renews Grout Color The product does exactly as it claims - renews grout color. I was able to find both the builder installed grout color (Haystack) from 6.5 years ago and used that first; although it matched perfectly, I didn't like the new grout color with new wall color (which was previously D.R. Horton White and now is Behr Paisley 440-U1). So, I used Delorean Gray for the grout lines and I love it the look. I followed another reviewer's advice for removing excess grout color on the tiles - waited 24 hrs before removing the excess with rubbing alcohol; the excess came off smoothly and didn't remove the color on the grout February 5, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by excellant product worked better than expected. we needed to even out color of newly renovated bathroom. our grout was not mixed properly and there was no consistency with the coloration. this product fixed the problem and now the bathroom looks beautiful just as it should. April 30, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Outstanding product! The grout on the kitchen floor in my apartment had a past life before it even made it to my apartment, I suspect. Has since been subject to children, grease, workmen, open windows and who knows what. I thought it was black when I moved in, just needed a little scrub. It turned out to be a stained and gross color like freeway concrete. Then I found this product. Oh, it's tedious to get it on, but what a difference! Most impressive, a little goes a long way, so one 8 oz bottle may cover my entire large country kitchen floor! Still working, but very pleased. And it's sealing, so it will last and stay nice. September 6, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by worked well was easy to work with went on really well was easy to clean up and color was right January 6, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product I actually used this in Platinum. I am repainting grout between penny tiles--quite a chore! But it is looking great. I use a toothbrush to really rub it in. After trial and error, I learned it's best to let it set for 15-20 minutes, then use a damp rag to wipe off the tiles. Really great stuff if you need to change grout color. I used it on brand new grout and it worked fine. September 23, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Really works. Unfortunately, picking on-line I selected the wrong color. I ended up purchasing in store, the natural grey - Delorean gray was too light. The little bottle goes a long way. I used it to recolor and seal grout for small bathroom that used penny tiles, and I still have half a bottle left. August 19, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Jaw dropping results I wonder why the associate in HomeDepot didn't jump into this product recommendation when I first asked about dirty looking grout. I followed this thread and I agreed with top scoring reviews. We did a bathroom, and are waiting for the product 72 hours to completely dry. Then we will jump to the other bathroom. We need at least one! I downloaded the catalog and has 54 options. The store has in the best case 6 or 7. My feel is that this is a way too easy product for non-pros, so highly effective for larger than average users that pros might not like it at all. Not even HD might be trying to promote it that much. It just takes the cake from flooring. I loved it. I have part of the kitchen in a project for updating its color too. And some large area too. Even if I need another layer later, it will be worth it. I used a kid toothbrush and a sealer brush. An old cloth and magic clean piece, which was a gret tip too. The result for a 20$ project is OVERKILL. After a while it gets quicker to paint and you start to understand why we live in a far better time than MIchelangelo's... September 22, 2014
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