Followed water to grout mixing instructions 3 pint to 10 lbs bag. Came out very thick and difficult to work with. When grout dried the medium deep gray grout turned a blotchy white. Vey disappointed in this product. After all the time put into laying the tile floor the grout looks awful. Do not recommend anyone use this product.
The instructions on the package were easy to use. This was the first time I used grout and it came out great. Recommend making in smaller batches because the grout dries out in about 10-15 min. Don’t make more than that what you can use in that timeframe. Color in photo is platinum- light to medium tone grey.
Let me start by saying that I don’t normally leave reviews. Only if something is exceptionally great or exceptionally bad. Unfortunately, this grout is the latter. I bought 3 bags to do my 100sq feet kitchen floor. Why 3? Because I had to redo it all over again 3 times!!! First I thought I did something wrong (even though I’ve never had problems with grout before, but this was my first time using polyblend). The grout was all blotchy with darker and lighter and in between coloring all over it. So since there was no way to save it I decided to literally take it all out and buy another bag and try again. Distilled water. All the right proportions. Slow mixing. Followed all the possible directions. And again, same effect. Honestly, at this point I probably should have switched back to what I’m usually using but the color (if it turned out right) would have been prefect! So I was determined to overcome this grout issue. But guess what? Third bag and third application and I still got the same problem!!! Milder than the very first time but still horribly uneven. I ended up sanding the top layer with 220grit sand paper which took me about 5 hours but was still a better idea than removing it all again and starting from scratch. It does look better now but at what cost!!!
Very disappointed and honestly should probably call them to ask for my money back!.
Color: oyster gray.
I absolutely love the color! My husband wanted to remodel my bathroom for me. I was delighted because I loved all of his ideas. Especially the idea of my new shower floor. He picked certain stones out of the many that he laid in our back yard. If the stone was rounded, close to flat, and a natural tone in color, then it was picked to be used for the shower floor. With a wet saw, my husband cut each stone in half making one side flat, the other side smoothly rounded. The stones were creatively placed around the drain making our shower floor. We wanted the most natural of colors to go with the natural elements that made our shower floor. Though the grout color name is Haystack, we though is was the perfect color(sand color) and the perfect final step to ths completion of our shower floor.