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Polyblend #380 Haystack 8 oz. Grout Renew Colorant

$1577
  • Makes grout joints look like new
  • Stain and fade resistant
  • Use to restore or change grout color of cement grout joints
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Product Overview

Polyblend Grout Renew is a waterborne acrylic stain and sealer for renewing or changing the color of cement grout joints. Formulated with fade-resistant pigments, Grout Renew seals the grout against stains while it colors. Available in all 40 Polyblend Plus colors to complement any tile or stone installation.
  • Makes grout joints look like new again
  • Interior or exterior use
  • Ready for light traffic in 2 to 4 hours, normal traffic in 24 hours
  • Stain and fade resistant
  • Sample colors shown may vary from actual grout
  • Final installed shade can differ based on tile type, porosity, job site conditions and finishing techniques
  • California residents

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Ratings
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Product typePremixPremixPremixPremix
Flooring Material FeaturesNo mixing required,No sealing required,Stain resistantNo mixing required,No sealing required,Stain resistantNo mixing required,No sealing required,Stain resistantNo mixing required,No sealing required,Stain resistant
Maximum coverage area (sq. ft.)300300300300
LocationCountertop,Floor,Interior wall,ShowerCountertop,Floor,Interior wall,ShowerCountertop,Floor,Interior wall,ShowerCountertop,Floor,Interior wall
Flooring TypeStone,TileStone,TileStone,TileStone,Tile
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Specifications

Dimensions

Maximum coverage area (sq. ft.)
300
Product Width (in.)
2 in

Details

Color
Haystack
Color Family
Beige
Commercial / Residential
Commercial / Residential
Dry time (hours)
24
Flooring Material Features
No mixing required,No sealing required,Stain resistant
Flooring Product Type
Grout
Flooring Type
Stone,Tile
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor/Outdoor
Location
Countertop,Floor,Interior wall,Shower
Product type
Premix
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Lifetime Warranty
No
Manufacturer Warranty
1 Year Product

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.6
    out of 1,958 reviews
  • 90% recommend this product
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Awesome quick fix to grout!
I used this on my entire kitchen and fireplace! I bought the platinum and some craft paint brushes as well. Paint on and let it set for 3 min then wipe off with a damp cloth. Use a flat hand to wipe. Works amazingly!
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    2 people found this helpful
    ******TIP***** HOW TO APPLY ******TIP*****
    I use a power washer to clean my tiles. If your able to I recommend it. The directions say use a tooth brush. DONT! Take the orange cap off an Elmer’s glue bottle it fits right on this bottle. Use it to squirt the grout. Check pic for rest of tip
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      Looks Like Brand New Tile
      Originally I had bought the Bone color but it was way too light for my tile. So I exchanged it for Haystack and it was a perfect match. There is a decent amount of prep but that’s what will make the product last for years.
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        The color is way off
        I purchased this in a specific color using the sample on the website to match my tile. I chose the "Rolling Fog" color which was in the brown family. When I went to use the product, the sample on the bottle label was light gray and so was the product.
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          Great solution if you dislike your current floors
          I hardly ever write reviews, but the satisfaction of using this product drove me to write one for this. I'm redoing a small bathroom on a budget, and the tile floor has always been my biggest problem with it. The tiles are good quality, but there was something about them that bothered me that I couldn't put my finger on-- color? Shape? Grout color? All of the above? After investigating many possible solutions including painting the tiles or using vinyl stickers, I decided to give the Grout Renew a try because, as other reviewers have mentioned, the stakes seemed low; it would only set me back $15 and a few hours. The transformation has been unreal! The grout looks clean and fresh, and the tiles are unrecognizable-- it's like the floor has been fully retiled. Here are a few tips: -Make sure you clean the tiles and especially the grout lines ahead of time. I used baking soda and vinegar and scrubbed with an old toothbrush, and then I used a dust buster with a brush head to get all the baking soda up once it had dried. -Other reviewers have mentioned using an Elmer's glue cap on the bottle, which I did, but I would caution that a little of this product goes a long way. What ended up working for me was putting some of the Grout Renew into an old dish and then painting it on with a paintbrush. Applying it directly to the grout got a little messy. -Use a toothpick to apply to hairline cracks. -A lot of people seemed to have an issue with the color of the product, so before I bought it I decided on a range of color values I'd be okay ending up with. I wanted something either the same color as the tile or lighter, without pushing into Arctic White territory. I ended up using the Bright White and was very pleased.
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            7 people found this helpful
            Perfect color...
            Perfect color
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              Works great! I ordered the Graystone color first to cover...
              Works great! I ordered the Graystone color first to cover my way to silver grout used on my new front porch tile, but ended up reordering the New Taupe and it was perfect. Both turned out to be a shade lighter than the way the swatches appear on both my phone and desktop computer. Do yourself a favor and buy a regular $1 bottle of Elmer glue to replace the cap for super easy application.
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              2 people found this helpful
              Works well with a little elbow grease
              Like others, I recommend an Elmer’s glue cap to apply the product. I applied the product to the grout and then rubbed it in with a toothbrush. I waited a few minutes and then wiped up the excess with a paper towel. Any that had dried on the tile came up with a little more effort with the paper towel, and if it didn’t, I used a plastic scrubber meant for dish washing. I started with the color “Bone,” but it was still a bit dingy, so I started over with “Arctic White.” Note that this is for cement grout. It does nothing for plastic grout. In the pics, there’s a mid-process one that shows the difference between “Bone” and “Arctic White” pretty well.
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                3 people found this helpful
                Excellent...
                Excellent
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                1 person found this helpful
                Goes on easy and looks great
                The white grout we had started turning brownish/yellow. A thin coat of this stuff made it go right away. Instructions on bottle are not too informative, but we ended up using a tiny paint brush to apply. The consistency after shaking is akin to Elmer's glue and for our non-gloss/glazed porcelain tile it was easy enough to clean off without worry. We did about a 4x4 (16sq/ft) area at a time, then just used Q-Tips to clean off whatever got on tile while applying.
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