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Custom Building Products Polyblend #382 Bone 25 lb. Sanded Grout
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Polyblend #382 Bone 25 lb. Sanded Grout

  • Easy to use - Just mix with water
  • Polymer fortified for hard, durable, professional results
  • Third step to achieving a lifetime warranty
$14.98 /each

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Polyblend Sanded Grout is a polymer-modified, cement based grout that produces hard, dense joints that resist shrinking, cracking and wear. Formulated for durability, Polyblend Sanded Grout accommodates 1/8 in. ­ 1/2 in. (3­13 mm) joints for interior or exterior installations. Can be used on all types of installations including floors, countertops, walls, ceilings, showers, fountains and pools.

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  • Curing time is affected by ambient and surface temperatures and humidity
  • Refer to the Technical Data Sheet for suitable tile types
  • 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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Using 382 bone grout-How do you mix it and what is the best way to apply it when using to fill-in between tub and tile which has separated?

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Fair Oaks Ranch, Texas
December 23, 2012
Should I just take off the original and reapply where there is separation?
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January 7, 2016
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Between floor and tub should be silicone caulk, which you can get sanded or unsanded in the Bone color. Tub and floor will shift from time to time causing grout to crack and crumble. Just use the caulk. I'll look just like grout and seal better. You can use regular white silicone, too - tends to look fine.
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January 22, 2014
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That will be the best application for replacing the old grout. You have the correct ideas.
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October 11, 2013
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I would suggest that you take off the original and clean the area very well before applying the new grout for best results. Mixing grout is similar to mixing flour paste. Mix small amounts, that is you use a smaller container then add the water until you have a thick enough consistency. Too much water is not good and too little water means that it is too dry. Always clean the area before it is completely Read More
I would suggest that you take off the original and clean the area very well before applying the new grout for best results. Mixing grout is similar to mixing flour paste. Mix small amounts, that is you use a smaller container then add the water until you have a thick enough consistency. Too much water is not good and too little water means that it is too dry. Always clean the area before it is completely dried. Hope this helps. Read Less
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I think I would first ask the question "Why did it separate?" There may be some movement in the supporting structure, or in the tub itself, or maybe both. Even if there were some movement it may not be cost effective to tear the walls apart to fix the problem. So, I would definitely take off the original grout, if for no other reason but to be able to apply more of the new grout. This can be done with a Read More
I think I would first ask the question "Why did it separate?" There may be some movement in the supporting structure, or in the tub itself, or maybe both. Even if there were some movement it may not be cost effective to tear the walls apart to fix the problem. So, I would definitely take off the original grout, if for no other reason but to be able to apply more of the new grout. This can be done with a Dremel if you happen to have one. The old grout may have mildew and dirt within it that you should try to get cleaned out. Clean the surface well for better adherence. Mix the grout to a paste consistency and apply, wipe with a wet sponge after a few minutes. I don't have any photos of this. All of my recent experience has been in remodeling my home and I took my bathroom walls down to the studs and reapplied Sheetrock. Good Luck. Read Less
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December 26, 2012
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The old grout should be completely removed and caulking should be used instead. For more information you can contact our installation department at (800) 282-8786.
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how many feet of flooring will this cover?

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March 8, 2016
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There is a table in the back of the packet to help you depending on your tile size
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It depends on the size of the tile you use and the width of your grout lines, I used 18 in tiles with a 1/8 in grout line and I was able to do the whole bathroom floor that was approximately 10 ft x 5 ft and had grout left over.
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March 18, 2012
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It depends on how wide apart you space the tiles
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March 6, 2012
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We did a 14ft long counter top, and a kitchen island about 4 x 10ft that had 4" tiles. We still had a quarter of a bag left
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The amount of coverage that you will get from a 25lb bag of grout depends on the size of the tile and the width of the grout joint. For example: if you had a 12 x 12 tile with a 1/4" grout joint you would need just under 10 lbs. of sanded grout to cover 100 square feet. I would recommend calling the technical department at 800 272-8786 option 2, and tell them the size of tile you have, the width of the Read More
The amount of coverage that you will get from a 25lb bag of grout depends on the size of the tile and the width of the grout joint. For example: if you had a 12 x 12 tile with a 1/4" grout joint you would need just under 10 lbs. of sanded grout to cover 100 square feet. I would recommend calling the technical department at 800 272-8786 option 2, and tell them the size of tile you have, the width of the grout joint and how many square feet you need to cover and they can tell you how much grout you will need. Thank you. Read Less
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May I use this (actually a sanded grey) on an outside bluestone patio with some joints 1 inch wide?

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The literature states up to 1/2 inch.
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Yes it can but you will probably have to use some blend solution to keep it together..that is the reason for a 1/2 max..because after that it starts falling apart. #lightningco
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July 12, 2016
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In order to give you the best possible answer we would like to know a few more details about your installation. Please contact our technical services department at 800 272-8786 option 2.
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July 11, 2016
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It should work. The only thing I would worry about is that it's being used outside; since the grout joints are over 1", they may crack or break loose with extreme temperatures.
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My pool measures 15 feet by 30 feet. Re-grouting 2 levels of tile. How many 25 lb bags will I need?

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Depends on size of grout..but probably around 2-3 bags..It's better to have a bit more than what you need. You can always return a full bag that you didn't need. #lightningco
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March 8, 2016
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I would advise you get two bags but it depends on tile size etc ;) don't forget you can return unwanted un opened bags
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June 23, 2015
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The square footage per bag depends on the size of the tile and the width of the grout joint. We would need that information in order to calculate how many bags you will need. There is a material calculator on our web site custombuildingproducts.com or you can call our technical service department at 800 272-8786 option 2.
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Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 45 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I buy Home Depot's grout over the tile store grout every time. Great consistency and color match. I have been able to go back a year later for homeowner damage and this grout was a perfect match - incredible! July 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Backsplash grout Grout was easy to use and color is good. Backsplash is beautiful. September 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by liked it Beautiful color. Installed nicely. I had no problems August 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Will Purchase Again! First time using the Bone Sanded Grout. Very pleased with the 2 (two) projects I used it for. I have ReBorn Mosaic's and have been doing this since 2001. I have used many types of Grout and am very pleased with this one. March 29, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Grout! Loved this recommended grout to go along with Travisano Trevi 12x12 porcelain floor and wall tiles. December 16, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very versatile grout color. Goes good with lots of tile Very consistent grout. I use this with several different colors of tile, beige, brown, tan, etc June 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good product, easy to mix and use. We use this grout all the time for renovation products. Easy to mix and goes on great. Price is fine and a great value. Better to get grout here than from an overpriced tile store October 27, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I would purchase this again The grout mixed well applied easily and cleaned up well it looks great and my wife who picked colors of the tile and grout is happy September 9, 2015
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