Custom Building Products Fusion Pro #60 Charcoal 1 gal. Single Component Grout-FP601-2T at The Home Depot
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Model # FP601-2T

Internet # 203705517

Store SKU # 790076

Fusion Pro #60 Charcoal 1 gal. Single Component Grout

Custom Building Products Fusion Pro #60 Charcoal 1 gal. Single Component Grout

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$54.97 / each
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Model # FP601-2T

Internet # 203705517

Store SKU # 790076

Store SO SKU # 1000114782

Custom Building Products #60 Charcoal 1-Gallon Fusion Pro Single Component Grout is a professional grade, single component sanded grout. Fusion Pro requires no mixing and is ready to use on ceramic, porcelain, glass tiles and polished natural stone. It is suitable for exterior and interior wall and floor use.

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  • Advanced acrylic plus silicone resin formulation
  • Provides superior color consistency
  • Includes Microban antimicrobial product protection to inhibit the growth of stain causing mold and mildew on grout
  • Cures to a hardness similar to cement grouts
  • Easy to use, won't effloresce, spreads easily, saves time because it doesn't need to be sealed
  • Can be used on virtually all types of tile and natural stone
  • Crack and chemical resistant
  • For grout joints 1/16 in. – 1/2 in. (1.6 – 13 mm) wide
  • For use on countertops, tub surrounds, showers and high traffic areas
  • Sample colors shown may vary from actual grout. Final installed shade can differ based on tile type, porosity, job site conditions and finishing techniques
  • May qualify for a lifetime system warranty when combined with other CUSTOM lifetime warranty installation products

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Assembled Depth (in.)  8.25 in  Assembled Height (in.)  7.25 in 
Assembled Width (in.)  8.25 in  Color  Charcoal 
Color Family  Grays  Commercial / Residential  Commercial / Residential 
Dry time (hours)  24  Floor/wall use  Floor and wall 
Flooring Product Type  Grout  Indoor/Outdoor  Indoor/Outdoor 
Lifetime Warranty  Yes  Manufacturer Warranty  1 Year Product 
Maximum coverage area (sq. ft.)  605  Mold/mildew resistant  Yes 
Product Weight (lb.)  16.5 lb  Product type  Single Component 
Returnable  90-Day  Sanded  Yes 
Stain Resistant  Yes 


Rated 4 out of 5 by 70 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Better have your procedures together and good trowels to use this product. Read the instructions carefully! The clean-up for this product is different than sanded grout in a bag. Get the grout flat in the joints, clean up the tile surfaces as best as possible and let sit over night. Use white scrub pads to clean fog off tiles and tune up joints. The pigment in these products reacts very quickly with water, so it is often better to get a good grout joint and let set overnight or longer prior to cleaning. My tiling partner hated this stuff, but was later convinced of its' value. August 26, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by product is good overall is good I guess that is too bad that i did not go on at length about the product. April 16, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Totally Disappointed -- Turned Dingy Yellow Within 2 Weeks! I was SO looking forward to using what I thought would be a superior grout for my 2 sons' shower. What drew me to this was the non-mildew and epoxy-like properties, but we now completely regret using this grout. Within 2 weeks of installation, the grout joints have completely yellowed! I have tried bleach to no avail and now the beautiful 12x24 bright white tiles we installed are tarnished with this horrible yellow-ish grout. *** It is worth noting that we also used Fusion Pro Delorean Grey on the floor, which actually turned out beautifully. My only advice is steer CLEAR of this "Bright White" disaster, which is anything but white! January 14, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Do it once. Done. Ready to use. No time to mix, slake, remix as with cement grout. No part A&B and 90 min to finish everything before it turns hard as with epoxy. Spread easily on floors, trouble sticking to walls a little. I put down clean paper uder my walls so I could pick up the 20% or so that ends up on the ground when spreading vertically. Love that you wash it as you go, when a section is done, its done. No going back to seal it. I will say this dark brown will stain any light colored paint it touches for more than 20 seconds. I followed the instructions to a T. I am an experienced tile installer (was pro for 11 years) and the only draw back was that getting the tiles perfectly 100% clean took quite a bit of work. Glazed tiles were pretty easy to clean and just went back the next morning with a little haxe remover and water solution and boom, perfect. As for the the 1" white hex mozaics on the floor... lots of streaking. Theres so much grout on 1x1 tiles that draging the clean wet micro fiber cloth across as gently as humanly possible always resulted in noticeable brown streaking. After 2 hours set, I had to use a heavy solution of haze remover and lots of scrubbing with a white nylon pad. I was thinking I was going to be there till midnight scrubbing to get the stubborn brown staining off my unglazed porcelain tiles, until my sympathetic wife suggested I try a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser. OMG. I dont know what's in those things but it worked incredibly well. If only I had known of this back when I was a pro I would have stocked these in the van by the dozen. Made final cleaning a snap. The installation looks fantastic. No efflorescence, no shading, just smooth sandy looking grout joints that are hard and dense. I will use this stuff again. August 22, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by For all those reading negative reviews I am a pro, and I have installed a ton of this grout, and it is awesome! Never, had a customer complaint, and I love it in my own home. However, it is difficult to clean up especially for those who are inexperienced at grouting. Even following Custom's own instructions don't always yield ideal results, but nothing is beyond fixing (will explain below). To address those who have grout falling out of joints, this has never been a problem for me, even on shower ceiling tiles. Maybe you didn't pack your joints properly or you diluted the grout with water (bad idea). Was the tile installed properly over a proper backing material? and was the tile allowed to cure a proper amount of time? Can't tell you how often I have been hired to fix a Diy corner cutting job. If the grout got discolored or failed to set..... First did you read the tub? You really shouldn't be using the shower/area for a min of 3 days (light use), and 7 days for exteriors (heavy use). This is tough for people. Often I will stall a project after grout, to prevent clients from being temped to use the space prematurely. Some things don't meet an Extreme Home Makeover schedule. Install it, protect it, let it cure....This is true for all grouts and sealers (except epoxy). Also, did you install it over a product that needed to be sealed first without sealing it? that could have discolored your grout as well----seal porous products hours before grout, always. The color consistency and the stain resistance of this grout is exceptional. In my own home I put bright white on my backsplash, a gutsy move considering stoves love to spit staining crud all over it. 7 months later, and I am happy to report not a red sauce or curry has managed to stain this gout, easy to clean, and still looks as good as new. Now about the install process, never grout a space that is takes you more than 5-10minutes to grout at a time, then promptly clean the space. Use a very wet sponge and follow custom's instructions on using a microfiber cloth. However, if you cannot get rid of all of the haze (which can be difficult on glass and some other light colored glossy tiles) don't despair, and don't get stuck in one spot trying to fix it. Move on and keep grouting. Just make sure you cleaned off all the sandy bits an all that remains is a light haze. After 2-3 days the grout will be good and cured, and the haze can easily be removed chemically. I don't like custom's recommendation of haze remover, the grout is too tough for that and requires heavy scrubbing. My experience has been to ventilate the area, get good gloves, rags, and some acetone. Don't pour the acetone on the tile, you don't want to damage sealers or potentially saturate and damage grout. Moisten a rag with acetone and watch the haze vanish with some light rubbing. Thick or stubborn haze may require a little scrubbing but the haze will go. It will evaporate quickly so keep the rag damp. This is so effective, I find it faster than obsessing over the cleaning process. And glass tile comes out so darn nice and clear with this method I find it a must. I hope this helps those interested in this grout. A stain resistant grout that is easier to install than epoxy is worth every penny, trust me, you will love it for years to come. April 2, 2014
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