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Miracle Sealants 32 oz. Epoxy Grout Film Remover

Miracle Sealants

32 oz. Epoxy Grout Film Remover

$2197 /quart
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Product Overview

The Miracle Sealants 32 oz. Epoxy Grout Film Remover is designed to remove epoxy grout from tile, concrete and stone surfaces. It features a fast-acting, low-odor formula and is biodegradable for environmental safety.

  • Works quickly
  • Low-odor formula
  • Interior and exterior
  • Biodegradable to help ensure environmental safety

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Customer Questions & Answers

I'm not sure what kind of grout the landlord used assuming he does nothing. It was most likely the cheapest or medium

Priced. Just need to know can it be used for dirt in between tile and nicotine
Asked by: MadMom
Yes, this can be used to clean grout.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2017-05-15

I just finished tiling my back room 24 hrs ago Will this work on removing excess grout residue from my tiles

Asked by: kimmy
Hello, If the grout you used is Epoxy, yes. If you used a cementitious grout them this product will not work. Thank You, Miracle Sealants
Answered by: Miracle Sealants
Date published: 2016-07-29

Epoxy is good to remove bad bad stain in tub ?

Asked by: esther
Hello Esther, This is a tough question to answer without more information? Is the tub porcelain? what is the stain from, dye, rust, etc? It may be best to call out technical services line so they can ask some more questions and make sure you get the right product for your job. 626-443-6433 X3013 Thank You, Miracle Sealants
Answered by: Miracle Sealants
Date published: 2017-01-08

Will this product work to remove grout haze from Tec Power grout on honed marble tile?

Asked by: Bruce
This product works on ceramic, porcelain, tile, and natural stone.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2017-01-08
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Customer Reviews

32 oz. Epoxy Grout Film Remover is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 11.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very good product!!! For epoxy stains... Very good product!!! For epoxy stains
Date published: 2017-03-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Product This stuff works great. I poured a little bit into the bottom of a metal can and applied with a natural bristle brush and waited 20 minutes. It melted the epoxy haze which I then removed with a soft cotton cloth. My ceramic tile looks great. I still have a few more areas to do, but the one quart size goes a long way.
Date published: 2011-06-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works as Directed I was installing marble flooring and walls in my bathrooms and bedroom and applied epxy grout to all the surface. This little bottle goes a long way. I cleaned the suface three times each and I still have left over in the bottle. I suggest using this product 24 hours after install as the grout is still soft oenough to be removed and hard enough in between the grout lines that will not disturb its application. I recommend bying a non scratch pad and a non scratch bristle brush to scrub away the excess film residue. The next time I do a remodel project I will avoid using epoxy and use an equivalent but good thing for this invention.
Date published: 2016-05-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing I did not get the tiles clean enough after my self install. Over months, tiles became unsightly as the residue darkened. Even a fiber sanding wheel would not remove it. Years later, I discover this stuff. It removed it all with not too much effort. I wish I had discovered this sooner. Be warned, the fumes are a bit intense. Be sure to read the significant health warnings.
Date published: 2015-06-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Have old epoxy grout on surface of tiles in small bathroom (probably been there for over 5 years)... Have old epoxy grout on surface of tiles in small bathroom (probably been there for over 5 years). Looks like they tired to repair old grout with epoxy grout and did a poor job of cleaning tiles surfaces of residue (dark dirty film). I tried this product and it did not touch film even after one hour and using stiff brush.
Date published: 2016-10-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Pretty Amazing Stuff... It started with some old dried epoxy grout I hadn't wiped off in time before it dried. At first I tried abrasives but was scratching the surface of the tiles so I stopped. Months went by, then a year past and I didn't know what to do. Then one day I found this product via a youtube video. I ordered it and applied it, full strength, with a spray bottle. I let it sit for 10 min and then used gloves and a fairly gentle scouring brush to remove the old epoxy on the surface. I now have a beautiful bathroom backsplash!!!
Date published: 2015-02-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Had tried everything Or so we thought. When we first laid the tile, we got distracted and faIles to remove all the epoxy grout. It's been a year. This stuff softened it so I could simply clean it with a paper towel.
Date published: 2015-12-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not easy, but it works My tile guy used Custom epoxy grout on my matte, porcelain tile and did not wash all of it off, so it left a shiny film on every tile. I tried EVERYTHING. Sandpaper, mineral spirits, vinegar, three other tile cleaners, etc. did not even come close to removing it. This worked, but it was a LOT of work. I poured it on, spread it out with a brush, and let it sit for 30+ minutes. I scrubbed it with a wire brush over and over. Then I used a plastic brush and a scrub pad. I washed it with hot water and Dawn, rinsed it and dried it with a towel. Most of the shine came off, but they were still shiny spots I had to remove using the same process. 32 ounces did about 100 square feet. I had to order a second bottle for my 12 X 16 room. Luckily my tile was on screened porch. Even with air coming in and a ceiling fan going, the fumes gave me a headache. Use rubber gloves! I will NEVER let anyone use epoxy grout on my tile again! The bottle recommended using a stripper afterwards, but the product is no loner available. Good luck!
Date published: 2016-07-08
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