No sealing required, easy to work with and clean up...
No sealing required, easy to work with and clean up
Jan 9, 2021
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.
Jan 3, 2021
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!!
We worked so hard and cautious to remove an ugly outdated green shower only to be let down by this product on our shower pan.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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Jul 21, 2020
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.
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!