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Fusion Pro #641 Cool White 1 Gal. Single Component Grout

$5499
  • Unsurpassed stain resistance with no sealing required
  • Ultimate color consistency
  • Easy to spread and clean
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Product Overview

Fusion Pro the original stain proof, color perfect grout. This professional grade sanded grout features unsurpassed stain resistance with no sealing required. Its Single Component formula is ready to use and easy to spread and clean. Fusion Pro can be installed in commercial and residential environments, interiors and exteriors, and on walls and floors and specifically shower floors. Its patented formulation can be applied on all tiles and has built-in Microban antimicrobial product protection.
  • Use to fill joint widths 1/16 in. to 1/2 in.
  • Can be used on virtually all types of tile and natural stone
  • Use on countertops, tub surrounds, shower walls and floors and high traffic areas
  • Cures to a hardness similar to cement grouts
  • Crack and chemical resistant
  • Resealable container
  • No efflorescence
  • 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
  • No efflorescence
  • 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
  • Visit the How to Grout Tile Project Guide for tips on completing your grout project
  • Check out more grout products from Custom Building Products to find the best fit for your tile project
  • California residents

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Specifications

Dimensions

Maximum coverage area (sq. ft.)
627
Product Width (in.)
7.75 in

Details

Color
Cool White
Color Family
White
Commercial / Residential
Commercial / Residential
Dry time (hours)
24
Floor/wall use
Floor and wall
Flooring Material Features
Antimicrobial,Moisture resistant,Mold/mildew resistant,No mixing required,No sealing required,Premixed,Sanded,Stain resistant
Flooring Product Type
Grout
Flooring Type
Cement,Ceramic,Glass,Porcelain,Stone,Subway,Tile,Vinyl
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor/Outdoor
Location
Bathroom,Countertop,Exterior wall,Floor,Interior wall,Kitchen Backsplash,Shower,Tub surround
Product type
Single Component
Product Weight (lb.)
16.5
Returnable
90-Day
Stain Resistant
Yes

Warranty / Certifications

Lifetime Warranty
Yes
Manufacturer Warranty
Eligible for Lifetime Warranty

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Customer Reviews

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What the vendor does not tell you!!!
This product will stain everything if you do not get every bit of it off all surfaces within the 4 min window. I was installing in my backsplash, and I have white quartz counters, after 30 min they were completely stained by the grout drops. A magic eraser got it off, but it took a lot of work!! Otherwise it was fine, but cover EVERYTHING walls, floors, appliances, this stuff stains quickly.
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    works great
    First time using this grout on my floors and shower remodel but it works fantastic. First thing I do is mix 1 tablespoon of dawn dishwashing soap to 32 ounces of water in a bucket with a clean, new sponge. Swipe the floor with it (maybe 2-4 sq ft, workable area that you can reach without having to move your knees is my rule of thumb). Apply the grout out of the bucket and work with a float at 45 degree angles to push it into the lines. Then get a set of wringed out sponges and regular water and work in swirls to start washing the area and pushing grout into the lines even more. After most of the extra is gone, take sponges and gently, gently swipe at 45 degree angles the area, flipping the sponge over each time and get multiple sponges to work the area. After that is relatively clean on swipes (takes 2-3 times usually), take wringed out microfiber towels and carefully drag the tail end of the towel at 45 degree angles to get the excess grout off, flip the towel over during each pass (you get 4 passes per towel/sponge during the cleaning process). After that I gently take a wadded up towel and pass over the area to make sure I get it all up. This has work flawlessly for me and leaves no mess behind. I've been going over porcelain tile and its been amazing to work with. In the shower, I applied the grout, and waited a minimum of 10 days before using the shower, that ensures a proper curing time so the grout won't wash out of the floor grout lines. Cleanup of the shower has been easy, just a light brushing or wipe from a towel and the grout cleans up from the usual shower scum and dirt accumulation. Floors have been in for 3 years and the shower has been completed and used for a year with 0 issues.
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      This is a great product and I recommend it. Super easy to use, just make sure to clean as you go
      This is a great product and I recommend it. Super easy to use, just make sure to clean as you go
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      Beautiful as I expected. I love it....
      Beautiful as I expected. I love it.
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      Great product
      Great product
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      No sealing required, easy to work with and clean up...
      No sealing required, easy to work with and clean up
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      Great material if you’ve used something comparable like bondo or...
      Great material if you’ve used something comparable like bondo or use a caulking/piping bag (or reloadable caulk gun tube)... but it’s notorious for shrinking. Once it shrinks you have to refill the low spots- so it’s at least simple: reapply before it’s cure (should be a no brainer). But for the price and coverage- this stuff is really expensive and I needed like 15 buckets for my house to account for loss. If your tile person isn’t experienced in this material you may need to cut the coverage by 25-50% and add time to your project. You can’t really do half a house and come back with a sponge like traditional grout- you get a 4x4 area and or a room at best before you break out the sponge.
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      Good for do it yourself people.
      If you are doing your own grouting and take your time you will love this product, but if you are a contractor where "time is money" probably not so much. I do two to three small sections (maybe 3'×3' at most) and then change out my cleanup water and sponge. One picture is my kitchen which I am using the Charcoal color and the other is my bathroom I did earlier last year in Delorean Gray. Highly recommend if you have patience you won't be disappointed!!
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        We love this product. Once you get the hang of it, it is easy.
        We love this product. Once you get the hang of it, it is easy.
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        TERRIBLE PRODUCT!
        We worked so hard and cautious to remove an ugly outdated green shower only to be let down by this product on our shower pan. We used river rock and sealed it after installing with mastic and again after grouting. We let it dry several days in between and then another couple weeks before actually using the shower while the shower tile was finished. To our dissappointment, the grout is actually absorbing the water like a sponge and the entire floor needs redone at our cost and will be challenging to remove We definitely do not recommend and dissapointed Home Depot would continue to carry an inferior product having now seen so many other troubling reviews!
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          I used Ice Blue. The color is beautiful. I did it on the feature area of a kitchen backsplash s...
          I used Ice Blue. The color is beautiful. I did it on the feature area of a kitchen backsplash so I didn't use much. It was easy to apply, I watched the video beforehand. It came out well. I had to spend time cleaning before it dried. I used glass tile which may be easier to clean.
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            1 person found this helpful
            Kitchen Wall
            Used on a kitchen backsplash with subway tile. No complaints. As other reviews have stated you need to work small areas and clean up well. Looks great. Will repost as time goes by.
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              2 people found this helpful
              Soupy Garbage !
              The worst grout I’ve ever used! I’ve had chicken soups that were less watery. This stuff is horrible to use, messy, watery, sets too quickly and really useless for doing walls. Should be removed off the shelves because it’s that bad!
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                This is great to work with. Pop the lid, give it a stir and you’re ready to use. My only advice...
                This is great to work with. Pop the lid, give it a stir and you’re ready to use. My only advice is apply it in small areas then clean, otherwise it’s more difficult to clean over large areas.
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                4 people found this helpful
                Follow the directions, its worth it!
                First time grouter here- like first time EVER. After starting our new kitchen, we needed grout for our subway tile backsplash. We went with fusion pro because I did not want to mix something ourselves and risk not having a even color. I read so many mixed reviews- I was nervous. BUT, I followed the directions to the T and read tons of online reviews. It came out great with NO HAZE afterwards and heres what we did: - as soon as you star the grout, only do a FEW TILES at a time. We have the large subway tiles and worked on a maybe 6 tile space and no longer than 2 minutes. You dont want that stuff sitting. Put it on, rub it in and wipe off RIGHT AWAY. - Wiped off with damp sponges. 4 of them each time. Then after the sponges, damp mirco fiber clothes a few times. - Then moved on to the next step I think you really need patience and a little OCD to use this stuff- but its SO worth it. We LOVE the color and how it finished. Take your time- dont rush. Dont do huge areas. And clean the tiled area over and over after before moving on.
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                  Complete Trash
                  My contractor used this grout for the first time on our shower project. The cost was less than a grout with sealant sold separately so it seemed like a value. It isn't. It erodes, cracks, and doesn't get the job done for our shower. Now we're going to have to end up tearing out the shower floor and seeing how much water has gotten underneath from the grout failing. And all the grout in the other areas is cracking too and needs to be replaced. So far all Custom has done is given my contractor the runaround and refused to cover anything. Guess who gets to pay the bill? ME.
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                    Easy to use as a first timer
                    Bought this particular product for a few reasons, #1 it doesn't need sealing every few years like traditional grout, #2 the color is constant so if i have to do it in multiple batches it will still be the same instead of me adding color and having to match #3 its pre mixed so i don’t have to guess or have different constancies between batches. Before applying, #1 rule READ THE DIRECTIONS. This grout sets up much differently than normal grout (4 minutes). The Key points, wet the surrounding tiles before hand with a damp towel, grout a section of tile for no more than 4 minutes (small area) then immediately start wiping. I used a digital kitchen timer set to 3 minutes every time so that i knew that i could finish up a specific area in the remaining minute. Again, READ THE DIRECTIONS! There is also a video you can watch which is useful. I felt it went on rather easily, and had no problems i did not have to use any grout release, as i wiped everything clean after each section. I did however wipe with a dry towel after the moist microfiber towel to take off any wet haze. I also used 2 buckets of water, one for the sponge to wipe after grouting and the other for the microfiber towel, cleaner is better especially to avoid hazing. This product is a sanded grout with a sort of a colored water poof epoxy so its a bit of a hybrid grout. My application was 12 x 24 inch tiles with 3/16 spacers and it worked out great. As a first time tiler and grouter, i found it easy to use, maybe because i was so cautious and followed the directions. also i don't have the experience with regular grout to compare, but i like the idea of not having to seal the grout every year or two, cause i know I'd get lazy and not reseal it every year.
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                      8 people found this helpful
                      The product a little tricky at first. It is very...
                      The product a little tricky at first. It is very important to damp the floor and will make easier to spread. Fusion Pro is a good product and recommend it to anyone.
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                      Very strong grout. Does not crack or stain. MUST work in small areas and fast.
                      Very strong grout. Does not crack or stain. MUST work in small areas and fast.
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                        Horrible
                        I asked the clerk for epoxy grout but they steered me toward this for my shower. All the instructions were followed. Within 3 months the grout started coming out of the grout lines in the floor. Also it is not mildew and stain resistant after three years I am still battling this grout I have been using the tile lab non acidic cleaner which does nothing for this. We paid over 12000 dollars to have this bathroom done and can’t afford to have somebody come back and re- grout. Do your research if I had, I wouldn’t be dealing with this now.
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                          Ruined my marble floors
                          Awful product. It stained my marble tile grey. The tile was pre sealed. I did a grout board with the cheap grout and it looked great. The fusion pro completely stained it. Do not use Even if you’ve sealed. Awful product. Pay 5 times as mush for grout and get a bunch of staining.
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                            5 people found this helpful
                            Actual color was different than label.
                            Actual color was different than label.
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                            Pricey but worth it if I never have to seal it! A Home Depot associate told me this grout never n...
                            Pricey but worth it if I never have to seal it! A Home Depot associate told me this grout never needs to be sealed, and I'm all for easy maintenance. He said it was a little harder to work with than standard grout, but our installers didn't complain. I used the bone color with Romagna Almond 12 in. x 24 in. Polished Porcelain Floor and Wall Tile and Jeffrey Court Cappuccino 0.75 in. x 12 in. Marble Dome Trim Wall Tile.
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                              Many review will say same thing, the bad is because it wasn't used properly or having proper prep...
                              Many review will say same thing, the bad is because it wasn't used properly or having proper preparations. First off I mixed it as there was a bit of moisture sitting on top, so I stirred it with drill and small paddle for a minute, just because it was separated in appearance .That said, you want 2 buckets water and 2 sponges, I did not have to change out water doubling up for 100 sq feet. It falls off float easily so be aware, use a putty knife to load it on or onto seems of tile AVOID customary spreading like grout you mix yourself, this has polymer and sets FAST and gets gunky when left more than a few minutes. stick to doing grout lines only as best as you can, and use sponge constantly (every 3 sq feet ) , stop to clean up and wipe down. This is really a great product when you take your time. sets fast and hard. wiping down as you go eliminates haze, watch out for drying pieces falling off float, clean that as well when it starts getting stiff and dry. it dries smooth, and clean, color is consistent, and its a sealer as well, for premix its easy to use if you prepare and are aware of how fast it sets. for walls, well its cumbersome since its a little thicker than mayo when you spread, and not as thick as toothpaste. it will fall off walls if not careful, I recommend if you use it for walls, use a little at a time, and load the float using small end and work upward stroke than smooth out, do 2 foot sq area and wipe down with same method described before. its worth the extra precautions to use this stuff...pricy, but worth it in my opinion...... on another not, if edges have a bit more than you like after the fact, many recommend sanding it out, if you take time, there is no need..but if your all about the littlest things, a emory board, for nails (like a large nail file) works perfect.. no fear of scratching tile, and if you dont wear gloves, your nails will look painted ( how i figured that out lol), works on elbows too
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                                5 people found this helpful
                                I used this product a few years ago in the living room, kitchen and hallway. Maintenance? There i...
                                I used this product a few years ago in the living room, kitchen and hallway. Maintenance? There is none. It holds up over time. It is tough. There is no sealing necessary and cleans up as easily as the tiles it accents. On the current project (two smaller bedrooms), I used the same tile and grout color as the previous project. The grout matches perfectly. As expected based on my past experience, it takes more application time to get the desired result. That said the outcome looks great. The initial application time definitely pays off. I will use this product on any future tile projects.
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                                The grout went on smooth. Didn't stick real well so I had a lot fall out until I really got it pr...
                                The grout went on smooth. Didn't stick real well so I had a lot fall out until I really got it pressed in.
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                                Easy to work with
                                This was the first time I used this product and was very impressed. It has a different process compaired to self mixed grout but the results are very nice. I did float the entire shower floor before sponging and cleaning off the tiles. I had no problem getting the groute off the tops of the tile. We used this product to regroute exising tile in the bottom of our shower to give us a little time before we do our bathroom renno. We are very please with the application, clean up and final look.
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                                  "Hate" isnt too strong a word
                                  As a DIYer who has tiled for years. I do not recommend this product. maybe Pros like it but for twice the money, it's twice the work, at least. It recommends you buy a grout release to put on your tile before using. It says to wipe immediately, do not ket the haze dry. it says use three sponges and a microfiber towel to wipe it.i had to use the three sponges and 3 kitchen towels inbetween, then 2 microfiber towels, which keant double the clean up. in doing so, the grout is uneven and I have had to come back the next day to fill in. Today, I tried to fill in as i went, which meant more vlean up. i bought the pewter but in my light grat tiles, it looks lite gray. so, twice the money, twice the work, at least. in the photo, it's uneven and half as dark as it should be. excuse the spelling errors, please, zi cannot see or edit this review on my phone.
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                                    Needs improvement and quality control.
                                    I really tried to like this grout....I am at what I consider at pro level with grout application. 20+ years...anyway down to the point. It seems as if they were trying to recreate the epoxy here without the fast mixing and set up. There is a lot of friction after a few minutes of application. Wiping with a sponge is somewhat difficult because the sponge needs to be drip less after wringing it out. It is imperative to only apply the grout to a small area at a time and this is stressed in the instructions. The longer it stays on the surface then more difficult it is to remove the excess with an almost dry sponge. I understand the concept of this because I have lots of experience with epoxy grout. The problem that arises is that you can hardly remove the excess grout without some kind of moisture in the sponge. If it gets any water at all it shrinks into the grout joint noticeably. When applying grout to the floor area it's not a problem but with the walls it becomes difficult to leave a professional finish. Another factor to consider is that the grout requires a 7 day wait period for water contact. The next problem I ran into was in the 3rd gallon bucket of grout I opened had some kind of greenish solid slimy stuff. You can see it in the pictures. The bucket was sealed when I opened it and still had the anti theft tag on the handle. I am not sure what this was but it doesn't look like a grout additive. Overall this grout seemed to go down hill from there. I noticed that after a couple days of drying the grout shrunk unevenly in a lot of the joints. I cannot understand why the customer thought it looked fine other than they just wanted their bathroom back in order. I know that regular grout has it's quirks with cracking and regular sealing but at this time I would not recommend this grout to anyone but a professional trained to use it. In regards to the foreign substance in the grout I attempted to contact the distributor with all my information and they made no effort to return my calls or emails. These photos are not altered in any way and were taken from the actual job.
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                                      I don't know what the negative reviews are about. This grout floated nicely with a plastic putt...
                                      I don't know what the negative reviews are about. This grout floated nicely with a plastic putty knife. Cleanup was easy. Just make sure you finish up with a damp microfiber cloth and you are good to go. I let it cure for a week and it looks great. The kids can use the shower again!
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