Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 250
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by LosRubios Easy to use, really made our shower colored glass accent tile stand out
We recently remodeled our bathroom and designed an vertical glass accent tile into our shower wall. We used Bone colored unsanded grout on the wall tiles and switched to bright white unsanded grout on the accent with great results.
It is easy to mix with water and apply with a rubber grout float and didn't scratch the glass tiles. Clean up is easy however I do recommend working in small areas since if the grout dries in hot temperatures, it can be a pain to remove.
We use a QEP brand grouting sponge from Home Depot which also has a microfiber cloth on one side and this works like a charm for removing the heavy grout and also the grout haze without ripping out the freshly applied grout.
Once dry we sealed the tile and the grout with CBP's Aqua Mix water based tile sealer to help prevent hard water spots in our shower.
June 29, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by tj Did the job, just what I needed.
In stock when I needed it. Easy to use and looks great.
June 23, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Tommy Polyblend Grout was Easy to Use
I used the Polyblend bright white grout for both the mosaic and porcelain tiles in my first DIY shower installation. The grout was easy to mix using a mixing tool attached to my electric drill. Non-sanded was chosen because spacing was 1/8 inch or less. Tiles were applied to walls and ceiling and non-sanded used on those surfaces. The product mixes to a nice lump free consistency and spreads smoothly. Clean up of excess was easy as the product does not dry too quickly. The product was also used with mosaic and marble pencil molding from Home Depot to create a backsplash above the bathroom vanity.
April 21, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Nigeli Not Good For Dark Grouts
I wanted a black or dark charcoal grout, but the 'Charcoal' is a medium gray after it dries. It did look great wet, but that did not last and I had to laboriously remove all the grout. I bought Laticrete Black elsewhere as that is a true black grout (I used it successfully in the past on another floor).
Lesson painfully learned.
FYI: The lighter color grouts are probably fine, but the Charcoal and DeLorean Gray are way too light. The Delorean Gray is more of a pearl gray, almost white. Be forewarned?
April 29, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Handyman Practice first!
Our first use of this non-sanded grout product so there was a learning curve. The first project we tried to follow the mixing directions, but it was too wet and our grout lines were not filled in enough. It was on a vertical surface so it was to easy to wipe out. It was also a mess to wipe off without being able to run outside to a hose for rinsing. Rinsing the sponge in a bucket of water didn't work well since the water was dirty and full of grout residue really quick. We were snowed in so I was running buckets of water through the house and dumping them out the back door. Now I have a mess to clean up outside. We didn't want to put this stuff down our drains. We did a tub surround and a kitchen countertop. We did the countertop grout twice to make sure we had nice full grout lines. We kind of figured out what the best mix was of grout and water. It looks very nice and is holding up well so far.
March 17, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by DoItMYselfGal Excellent, easy-to-use product
Because I detest big, fat grout joints in tile that I've spent a lot of money on, I decided to lay my beautiful 12 x 24" marble-looking (special order, of course) tile with 1/8" (or less) grout joints. The man at Home Depot recommended this unsanded grout for the skinny joints. I had never used unsanded grout, and was amazed at how easily it spread with a float. Cleanup with quick and easy, too, and the final product is gorgeous! I used this product in my new (larger) closet and in my bath/shower area.
February 5, 2013
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Jerry Was not pleased
Tended to be clumpy, left uneven marks when wiped, stiffens quickly and must mix in small batches
May 12, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by hunnibunni Cracked and broke away
Before purchasing the non-sanded grout we read all the reviews, mixed with distilled water to help with the color (which is the one thing I don't have a problem with) followed the instructions meticulously and the grout still cracked and broke away from the porcelain tiles as soon as it started drying. Mixing it was a bit difficult, perhaps we will try the premixed stuff if we ever get all this cracked grout up so we can start over. I had quite high hopes for this product and it was a disappointment
March 3, 2015