How to Seal Grout Around Ceramic Tile?

Answer The grout that surrounds ceramic tile is usually made up of a type of cement. Like many cements, grout is porous and subject to staining by absorbing moisture, spills and dirt. To help facilitate e... Read More »

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How do I seal grout on ceramic tile floors?

Sealing Ceramic TileAllow the newly tiled floor to cure for at least three days before applying the grout sealer, according to the product manufacturer's directions. Use a half inch artist's paintb... Read More »

How do i clean&seal ceramic tile grout?

CleaningScrub dirty grout with an old toothbrush and a homemade cleaning solution of 3/4 cup of baking soda and 1/4 cup of water. Leave the mixture on the grout for 5 to 10 minutes and then rinse i... Read More »

How do I seal ceramic tile& grout floors?

Select a SealerWait at least 48 hours after you have grouted before sealing. Continue to seal the grout at least every two years to maintain the sealer's protective qualities. Many types of sealers... Read More »

When do you seal the grout in tile?

You should apply sealer to grout no soon than 48 hours after grouting a new tile surface. This waiting period allows the grout plenty of time to finish setting. For maintenance purposes, sealers sh... Read More »