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4 in. x 9 in.W Economy Grout Flooring Float

$8.97
  • For use with all types of grout
  • Closed-cell foam rubber pad resists sticking
  • Great for small tile jobs
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About This Product

ANVIL's Economy Grout Flooring Float features a closed-cell foam rubber pad for smooth application, and a high-impact plastic handle. It is ideal to use after the grout has been troweled, ensuring it goes in and is evenly applied in the spaces between the mosaic, stone, or tile that is being installed. Easy to clean, it can be used again by rinsing with clean water after each use.

Highlights

  • 3/8 in. foam pad and plastic backing plate
  • Foam pad for smooth application and to prevent scratching the tile
  • Use to apply grout in spaces between mosaic, stone, and tile
  • Easy to clean, rinsing with clean water after each use
  • Contoured D handle for a comfortable hand fit
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Product Information

Internet # 310779427

Model # 10062ANV

Store SKU # 1004757741

Specifications

Dimensions

Diameter (in.)9.0 inFloat thickness (in.)0.375
Product Width (in.)9 in

Details

Color FamilyBlackConcrete Tool TypeTrowel
Flooring TypeTileHandle MaterialPlastic
MaterialPlasticProduct Weight (lb.)0.35 lb
Returnable90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer WarrantyNo Warranty

Questions & Answers

8Questions
caret
Q:Will this float work with epoxy grout on glass tiles?
by|Mar 18, 2021
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A:  It should work. The foam is flexible but firm enough to push the grout into the space between tiles.

by|Nov 16, 2023
1 found this answer helpful

A:  Yes but be careful when trying to clean up, the foam pad might not be compatible with the solvents.

by|Nov 16, 2023
1 found this answer helpful
caret
Q:Can I use this QEP 6 in. x 2 in. Gum Rubber Margin float to apply epoxy grout?
by|Feb 20, 2021
1 Answer
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A:  This product may be used in conjunction with all grout types. Customer Care

by|Nov 16, 2023
    1 found this answer helpful
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    Q:I'm using Mapei unsanded grout with polymer.
    by|Apr 8, 2020
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    A:  Yes, that is perfect.

    by|Apr 10, 2020

      A:  Yes, This economy rubber grout float is Ideal for small tile installation jobs or repairs.

      by|Feb 26, 2023
        1 found this answer helpful

        A:  Yes, this the correct float to grout a tub/shower with 4" tiles

        by|Apr 9, 2020

          A:  It will work just fine.

          by|Apr 14, 2020
            caret
            Q:The name says "Stone Grout Float". Can this be used to apply grout to mosaic tile in a shower floor? Also, can it be used on 12x24 porcelain tile on the shower walls?
            by|Feb 20, 2020
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            A:  “stone grout float” means it’s a little softer and less likely to damage very soft natural stone. Nothing wrong with using it on harder tiles. If the edges of your mosaic are sharp, this might wear a bit faster.

            by|Nov 16, 2023
            1 found this answer helpful
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            Customer Reviews

            4.5 out of 5
            • 4.5 out of 849 reviews
            • 89% recommend this product
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            Made work do smooth
            I used this on ceramic wall tile in a small kitchen area. (Granddaughters first apartment) the rubber facing made sweet quick work of spreading and clearing extra grout. I also used the sand less grout because of the gloss tile. I’ve used other floats, this one ranks up there at the top for ease of use and moving product without a lot of drag.
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              Better option for the price
              This float has thin, flexible foam, which seems far inferior to the QEP float (model 10060). This may work for one tile job, but spend the extra $1 and get the QEP instead which is sturdier and will last longer.
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                did the job
                It was cheap and did the job. the float is made of a squishable dense foam. It keeps its shape good. good size for backsplash. the edge is slightly worn after one job, which is as expected for the price. I wont use again anyway. but if you have several jobs to do, you might want the more expensive float.
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                I bought this to tile my kitchen backsplash. It was...
                I bought this to tile my kitchen backsplash. It was much better than the larger floats for getting into corners and the backsplash behind the sink.
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                Easy to use!
                Easy to use!
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                Easy-to-use very nice
                Easy-to-use very nice
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                This is a well made float. The handle is molded without any sharp edges, and the rubber for the ...
                This is a well made float. The handle is molded without any sharp edges, and the rubber for the float is medium stiffness. There is no metal reinforcement under the rubber. I like it a little better than the stiffer types. It also makes it very light. I wear Men's size Large gloves and the handle just fits my hand - and fits nicely! People with very large hands would probably find it too small.
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                GROUTING STONE FLOAT 3.5 inches ,colorful red, yellow and blue. You won't loose this float. I hav...
                GROUTING STONE FLOAT 3.5 inches ,colorful red, yellow and blue. You won't loose this float. I have been placing tile in my homes for thirty five years. This float with with it's contoured, high impact handle offers strength and durability. The sides of the float are beveled for a clean draw. One side of the float has rounded edges and the opposite side are square edges to fit into corners.I used the float for some grout repairs in our center bathroom and it worked like a charm.
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                This float works well. It is flexible and works similar to a squeegee enabling it to push all the...
                This float works well. It is flexible and works similar to a squeegee enabling it to push all the grout where it needs to go without sticking to the float and causing pile up and inconsistent patterns. Because it is flexible, it is also able to work a little better with tiles that may not all be level. Then again, it is flexible which could be a problem for some users. Some may prefer a more solid float that will not flex at all. This is not that float, but works wonderfully. Great float.
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                The QED Stone Grout Float tool seems to be well made. The handle is comfortable. It has two corne...
                The QED Stone Grout Float tool seems to be well made. The handle is comfortable. It has two corners that are square, and two corners that are 3/8” diameter rounded. It is difficult to misplace with its bright combination of red, yellow, and blue colors. I used the grouting tool on my kitchen back splash with Polyblend non-sanded grout. The tool’s base is a firm flexible siliconized rubber, firmer than some other grouting tools, allowing for easy placement of the grout into 1/8” seams. The tool removes excess grout very well. (The back splash was from Home Depot – Polar Ice Mosaic – 12” x 12” sheets consisting of multiple smaller 1 1/8 x ½ inch segments of marble and glass.) After grouting approximately 13 square feet of tile there was no apparent wear on the tool – with non-sanded grout. The edges seem quite durable. Clean up was no problem if grout was not left to set up on the tool, otherwise some scrubbing and scraping was necessary. Negative: the bottom of the tool is not quite flat – slightly concave around the perimeter – causing it to not be as effective when used for pushing against smaller tiles to assure level firm positioning against the substrate while placing with thin set mortar. However, this does seem to make the scraping action of the tool work well. Made in China.
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