When do you seal the grout in tile?

Answer 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 »

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How do I seal marble tile grout?

Tile PreparationPrepare the marble tile grout for sealing by waiting approximately 48 hours for the new tile to cure. If sealing existing tile, clean the tile and grout with a nonacidic cleaner mad... Read More »

How to Seal Glazed Tile Grout?

Protecting glazed tile against everyday stains, dirt and wear requires a grout sealant, as the glazed tile itself does not require a sealer. The type of grout determines whether it must be sealed.... Read More »

Do you seal slate tile before you grout?

Absolutely... Unlike glazed ceramic or porcelain tile, natural slate and other stones absorb liquid readily. Because they do, if you use a grout on unsealed slate or stone the tile can be stained ... Read More »

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 »