Internet #100196894

Model #10060Q

Store SKU #289493

4 in. x 9-1/2 in. Molded Rubber Grout Float with Non-Stick Gum Rubber

  • May be used with all grout types
  • Completely molded rubber pad prevents absorption of materials
  • For both smooth and textured tile
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Price:
$896

Product Overview

The QEP 4 in. x 9-1/2 in. Grout Float has a compactly molded rubber pad that prevents absorption of grout and other materials. The contoured, rigid handle and aluminum back plate make this an easy tool to use. Contoured rigid plastic handle with an ergonomic grip.
  • Use for grouting
  • Non-stick gum rubber pad prevents absorption of materials
  • 5/8 in. molded black rubber with beveled sides and squared corners
  • Aluminum back plate

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Specifications

Dimensions

Float thickness (in.)
0.625
Product Width (in.)
4

Details

Flooring Type
Tile
Handle Material
Plastic
Material
Rubber
Product Weight (lb.)
1
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
To be free from manufacturing defects

Questions & Answers

2Questions8Answers

whats the difference in rubber grout and sanded

Asked by terry August 28, 2017
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Answers

Rubber grout is flexible & more smooth, sanded grout is rigid and somewhat rough to the finish

Can you use this for epoxy grout

Asked by Mike April 12, 2016
5
Answers

Yes although you'll have to clean it right away if you want to reuse this float

Customer Reviews

  • 4.4
    out of 256 reviews
  • 95% recommend this product
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Solid float, feels well made and sturdy. ...
Solid float, feels well made and sturdy.
by Steven
1 person found this helpful
If you need to float some grout, this will work. It cleaned up nicely. I dropped a star because i...
If you need to float some grout, this will work. It cleaned up nicely. I dropped a star because it did leave a texture in the grout lines, but that could’ve been user fault.
by ArtTeacher
2 people found this helpful
Great product, and the first time I ever grouted and it went smooth. I followed the directions,...
Great product, and the first time I ever grouted and it went smooth. I followed the directions, worked at a good pace. It wiped fine and the job is done.
by mitchie
5 people found this helpful
Very easy to use and clean.
Very easy to use and clean.
by Christy
1 person found this helpful
This put the grout right in the lines and cleaned up really nice after the job was finished. Gett...
This put the grout right in the lines and cleaned up really nice after the job was finished. Getting ready to do a full kitchen floor with this - we just did a laundry room. Love it!
by JB
3 people found this helpful
Great Quality!
I decided to upgrade a little and get this float, it was well worth it! It's durable and handle epoxy grout wonderfully. Also it made work easier not having grout stick to the float. Well worth the money!
by hwilliams324
5 people found this helpful
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Rating provided by a verified purchaser
by HomeDepotCustomer
Nice rubber, got a small job (20sf) done fine. The...
Nice rubber, got a small job (20sf) done fine. The metal got bent up pretty good from working grout into little corners. That got in the way a little. Good enough for the money though.
by Ken
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