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SnapStone

Model 11-207-02-01

Internet #204508351

Bark 9 lb. Pail Flexible Urethane Grout

This item has been discontinued.
The Home Depot no longer carries this specific product.

Color
  • Almond
  • Bone
  • Charcoal Grey
  • Chestnut
  • Mushroom

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Product Overview

SnapStone Flexible Grout is urethane-based grout used for durability and flexibility. It is the only grout approved for use with SnapStone tile due to the dynamic nature of the floating floor system. This grout is pre-mixed and ready to use.

  • Urethane-based
  • Flexible and durable
  • Stain-resistant
  • Ready to use
  • No sealing required
  • Consistent color every time
  • Coverage: 50 - 55 sq. ft. for a 12 in. x 12 in. tile installation
  • Installation Hotline 877-263-5861 (M-F 8 am - 8 pm CST, Sat 10 am - 6 pm CST, Sun 12 pm - 4 pm CST)

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what color of rubber grout do you recommend for driftwood snap stone tile? any tools required to install tiles?

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SnapStone Flexible Grout is a urethane-based grout. Two grout color recommendations for Driftwood are Mushroom and Bark. Tools would include a straight edge to check the sub floor tolerance before installation, wet saw, tile cutter or angle grinder, tapping block, rubber coated pull bar, margin trowel, grout float, rubber mallet, and grout sponge. A complete listing of floor prep materials, FAQ's and Read More
SnapStone Flexible Grout is a urethane-based grout. Two grout color recommendations for Driftwood are Mushroom and Bark. Tools would include a straight edge to check the sub floor tolerance before installation, wet saw, tile cutter or angle grinder, tapping block, rubber coated pull bar, margin trowel, grout float, rubber mallet, and grout sponge. A complete listing of floor prep materials, FAQ's and installation instructions are available on the SnapStone website at www.snapstone.com or call the installation hotline at 877-263-5861. Read Less
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We have 1/2 pail of SnapStone Grout leftover from our bathroom project 3 years ago. Would that grout still be useable?

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First, check the expiration date sticker on the pail. If it has expired, we don't recommend using the grout. If the expiration date is missing, stir the grout and then check its consistency, which should be similar to wet sand and the urethane should mix completely. If the consistency is dry and hard to work with, or if it has white chunks of dried urethane that cannot be thoroughly mixed in, we don't Read More
First, check the expiration date sticker on the pail. If it has expired, we don't recommend using the grout. If the expiration date is missing, stir the grout and then check its consistency, which should be similar to wet sand and the urethane should mix completely. If the consistency is dry and hard to work with, or if it has white chunks of dried urethane that cannot be thoroughly mixed in, we don't recommend using it. If you think it looks like it's good to use, test it in a small area and allow it cure for 72 hours. If there is any separating, flecking, chipping or cracking, then we don't recommend its use. The best practice is to use new grout with no worries of it being expired. Read Less
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Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Hard to clean up. Left me scrubbing off pigments left on tile and a haze the day after. I'm a mom who has been doing all the projects in/on the house for years now. Anything from building a brick patio, mudding, and tiling is the norm as our remodel seems never ending. I have used regular grout as well as epoxy. Learning of the Urethane grout sounded like a happy end of both worlds (epoxy durability, sanded grout clean up). However, I am vastly disappointed in the product as the urethane grout was premixed to a thicker consistency than the regular sanded grout you mix up, thus making it harder to rub into the joints. This Urethane grout dries up very quickly and left me with black pigments on our nice uniform colored gray tile from the charcoal color grout. I was left scrubbing off all the pigments left on the tile even when I followed the 10 square foot workspace direction and immediate cleanup. The only way I could get those pigments washed off was by using the rough side of the more than damp sponge which left me with a haze throughout my tile and the grout. Not to mention that all the scrubbing left some "low-spots" in the grout depth. I was exhausted after just grouting a 100 square foot bathroom. Reminded me much of the epoxy cleanup I swore to stay away from. So, what should have been a unified color and texture is now a spotty hazed and uneven grout depth floor that is in some serious need of TLC. August 18, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Flex-Grout Easy to use, worked perfectly... Loved it! Came in as ordered. January 6, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product Was very pleased with the ease and Reliability of the grout August 27, 2014
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