Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 376
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by justinT Horrible
Used Tobacco Brown grout. Had to use sulfamic acid to remove grout that wouldn't release from grooved tile. Got some bleaching of the grout. Started to apply Tobacco Brown Grout Renew and realized it was purple. Far far from the grout color it's supposed to match. Will have to put furniture over the sample area.
October 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Verified Reviewer grout stain
I was amazed. This stuff went on real eazy. attached a elmers glue squirt top to the top of the bottle, and applied in a small stream, then used a tooth brush to rub into grout. Wiped off tile with damp paper towels, then final clean with sponge. Very pleased with the results
March 1, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Planter After thought. Wanted grout darker than store had available.
Easy to use. Wipe it on and wipe it off with wet sponge and it's done.
Small areas, use a small paint brush.
It is just like paint. Try it.
October 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by happy2ndhomeowner Love this product!!! Great results!
The previous homeowners added a new shower addition and used Polyblend grout for our shower in "Summer Wheat" to complement the new tile walls of our shower. Since they did not lay new floor tile, they treated the existing floor tile grout with Polyblend "Sandstone" Grout Renew to re-color the old grout. While this looked nice, I preferred to update the floor grout tile color with the same color as the new shower grout, since it was available online in the Grout Renew product in the same color hue "Summer Wheat". Am I glad I did!!! It really warmed up the floor and compliments the new shower tile addition to make the entire bathroom renovation look seamless and cohesive! This product is super easy to use, following the directions given, and I love the result. I attached a few photos mid-way through the process so you can see the difference of the "Sandstone" color (which was the previous homeowners choice and is a bit more gray) against the warmer color of "Summer Wheat"! I love my results and am thrilled with this product!!!
October 12, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Edwing The sealer is flaking off
Don't waste your money, look for a different product because this one is peeling off easily
October 11, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Aponiblue Best grout option for small vintage tiles
Polyblend worked with 1950's small vintage tiles.
I used a small paint brush to fill the grooves and wiped the tiles with a rag using equal parts vinegar and water as I went along. I did a small area waited a minute or so and then wiped the excess product. Make sure you don't leave haze on your tiles or you might find that it's impossible to remove. rinse your rag regularly.
September 14, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by RIDIY grout saver
My floor was put in but never sealed so the grout was filthy after only a year. I knew my floor was clean but the stained grout said something else! Picked this up in snow white and I could not be happier! Any paint that got on the tile was easily removed with a blade. After I was done I sealed the grout. Happy with the result!
September 25, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by IdahoRK looks like a third grader colored my tiles
Spent about 12 hours cleaning and polishing tile in my shower as I did not want to have to demo and redo it. Tile ended up looking great, almost brand new. Then I decided to see if I could use this product to renew the grout before re-caulking and basically having a new looking shower with tile and grout. Put it on and it looks like a third grader colored all over my tiles. Even after scrubbing with the SOS pad and following directions just as the video provided the edges are not straight and uniform like grout should be. If you try to scrub it harder to get the remaining bit off the tile edges leaving the grout only then the product comes off the grout too. Now I get to demo my shower and start from scratch after putting in a solid few days trying to avoid that. VERY POOR PRODUCT... STAY AWAY IF YOU LIKE CLEAN STRAIGHT GROUT LINES. Dear polyblend if you read this would you please send my 50sqft of new tile. Thanks for nothing!
September 11, 2016