Restoration of Tile, Stone, Concrete, Carpet Floors for Coachella, Palm Springs, Cathedral City, Rancho Mirage, Palm Desert, Indian Wells, La Quinta, Indio and for the rest of the Coachella Valley.
FLOOR GROUT is a sanded grout, composed of modified Portland Cement and finely graded aggregates. It is designed for use as a grouting material for any tiled surface with joints between 1/8" and 1/2".
FLOOR GROUT is ideally suited for all glazed and unglazed ceramic and mosaic tile, quarry tile, brick pavers, slate, stone, marble and granite.
Interior or exterior
Resistant to alkali and abrasives
ANSI specifications recommend waiting 48 hours after initial tile setting before grouting to ensure maximum adhesion of tile to substrate. Remove tile spacers between tiles if they have been used. Dampen surface of tile making certain not to leave any standing water in the grout joints.
Mix only the amount of grout that can be used in 1 hour. When grouting highly moisture absorbent tiles (above 7% level).
Change water often to keep as clean as possible. Do not leave any water or grout residue on the surface of the grout joint. Remove any grout haze remaining after drying with a clean dry towel or cheese cloth.
After the grout has cured for 10 days, the installation may be cleaned to remove any remaining grout from the surface of the tile by scrubbing with hot water and soap. Acid cleaning is not recommended. After a minimum of 28 days curing, the installation may be sealed with a penetrating sealer.
FOR USED GROUT, PLEASE ALLOW AT LEAST 2 DAYS FOR THE GROUT TO DRY AFTER POLISHING AND SEALING, TO APPLY THE GROUT SEALER.
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