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 to Seal Grout Around Ceramic Tile?

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 »

How soon can you seal slate tile after grout?

Although sealing slate tiles after grouting is not a necessity, wait until the grout is completely dry to apply your sealant. The actual amount of drying time will depend on the type of grout used ... 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 »

Can grout be used to seal tile in a shower?

Grout itself is a form of sealant for tiles. It is used between tiles to keep them in place and to keep things, such as water or debris, from getting behind the tiles. While you do not need to prov... Read More »