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TileLab SurfaceGard 24 oz. Penetrating Sealer

$24.97 /each
  • Protects stone and grout against stains
  • Use as a sealer or grout release for all stone surfaces
  • Excellent stain resistance to most household contaminants

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The TileLab SurfaceGard 24 oz. Sealer is a penetrating sealer that repels dirt, oil and stains and resists mildew and mold. The sealer is great for use on stone, grout, porcelain, concrete and tile. It emits virtually no toxic fumes.

  • For use on stone, grout, porcelain, concrete and tile
  • Penetrating sealer repels dirt, oil and stains and resists mildew and mold
  • Water-based formula is safe with a low odor
  • Dries in as little as 3 hours
  • Emits no toxic fumes
  • Covers up to 187.5 sq. ft.

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do you seal the entire tile or just the grout also how much c overage with 24 oz

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toms river ,nj
January 16, 2012
how long do you wait after you applied the grout

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Cordova, Alaska, 99574
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That depends on the type of tile that is used. Many ceramics are hard and stain resistant and do not require sealing, so you could just seal the grout. However, make sure you wipe up any excess right a way or you will see the sealer in the right light conditions. The other option is to apply to the entire surface, but again wipe up excess right away (within 5 min.) If you just apply to grout it will Read More
That depends on the type of tile that is used. Many ceramics are hard and stain resistant and do not require sealing, so you could just seal the grout. However, make sure you wipe up any excess right a way or you will see the sealer in the right light conditions. The other option is to apply to the entire surface, but again wipe up excess right away (within 5 min.) If you just apply to grout it will easily cover about 250 sq. ft. of floor space. Instructions say to wait at least 48 hours for grout to dry. Grout must be dry before sealed. I wait at least 72 hours. Read Less
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Eugene, OR, USA
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May 10, 2012
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Natural stone, I seal all. Once after completion (72 hrs for grout cure) and again 30 days later.
Ceramic/Porcelain: Grout lines only, same as above.
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After grouting you want to give your grout 48-72 hours drying time before applying the Surfacegard sealer. You can seal the tile if the tile is absorbent (i.e. quarry, brick, terra cotta, saltillo etc. or any natural stone). Depending on porosity of the tile and grout, the 24 oz bottle can cover between 25-150 square feet.
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do you use wet or dry cloth to wipe excess

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Dry
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December 3, 2015
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A dry cloth is recommended for wiping excess TileLab SurfaceGard Penetrating Sealer. For further assistance please contact our care and maintenance division at 800.272.8786 option 3.
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20 year guarantee?

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Can somebody explain what they mean by the "20 year satisfaction guarantee?" Does this mean the surface will be sealed for 20 years and does not need to be re-applied?
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TileLab SurfaceGard Penetrating Sealer has been satisfying customers for over 20 years. The expected wear of a sealer will vary depending on the amount of surface traffic and types of cleaning routines. For further assistance please contact our Care and Maintenance division at 800.272.8786 option 3
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Is this the best choice for granite?

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January 4, 2016
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The TileLab SurfaceGard Penetrating Sealer is a premium formula suitable to be used on all Natural stone surfaces. For further assistance please contact our Care and Maintenance division at 800.272.8786 option 3
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Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 34 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Tilelab grout sealer is useless I could have used water and gotten the same results. The 30 year old house we bought has cream colored porcelain tile and grout in the kitchen. I worked for weeks getting the grout cleaned and I was so ready to get it sealed and be done with it. I started with my 10 x 10 dining nook. I applied seven, yes 7 coats and still no go...hey the grout was finally clean and I didn't want to scrub it again. I finally gave up and bought Dupont Heavy Duty Grout Sealer which only took two coats to seal and was half the price of Tilelab. October 4, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Very Unhappy with this Product! The directions state to test this product in an inconspicuous area, but they do not say what we are testing for. The directions do not state that there will be a milky, white glaze left on your dark colored grout. I am very unhappy! I do not appreciate having to re-grout my bathroom. Remodeling is aggravating enough without putting up with products that do not help the situation! May 14, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by worthless. Don't buy This does not seal stone or grout. Also leaves a spotty water marks on polished marble that had to be buffed off. Custom Products does not make a sealer that works. I don't know why Home Depot continues to sell this April 8, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product but pricy Used this sealer with Keracolor S grout over slate tile. Worked great as a pre-grout release, there was virtually zero haze left from the grout, and no staining on the tile. Very easy to apply: just spray it on, let it sit for 5 minutes, wipe off excess, then let it dry. April 8, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by penetrating sealer We have used this product on the tile in our homes front entrance. It has held up very well. Then we tried it out on the newest adventure. A hearth for our woodstove. Turned out great. Easy to use and makes clean up easier on the hearth. November 5, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Tile & Stone sealer Easy to apply; don't know how effective yet, not long enough since application. February 16, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Tilelab penetrating sealer Easy application with good results. The minute pits were filled in with ease and appear to be holding as a filler. January 19, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Horrible customer support from Custom Building Products Custom Building Products has horrible customer support. Custom refused to honor their "satisfaction guarantee" warranty on the back of the package when their natural stone sealer didn't seal and allowed water to penetrate. The Custom Building Products service manager explained that any issues must be due to improper application (such as customer's failure to reapply every few months) and it's their prerogative whether to honor the warranty. We bought all Custom Building Products materials (including mortar, grout, and sealer) from Home Depot, so we were heavily invested in Custom Building Products materials, but they still treated us poorly. We now wish Home Depot would drop the Custom Building Products line and go with a reputable manufacturer. In our case, we had to re-seal our natural stone tiles & grout with Miracle Sealants brand sealer, which actually worked well. July 6, 2015
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