backsplash grout question

lam702January 27, 2014

We finally picked our backsplash tile, an antique white subway tile. The grout will be a similar shade to the tile. The tile store said they sell an additive you can mix in with the grout that will make it stain proof. I think its called Boost, it sounds too good to be true. Has anyone used this product? Or am I better using regular grout and then sealing it with a quality sealer? I had originally thought of just using a dark grout, but I like the look of the grout and tile matching better.

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We used Laticrete Spectralock. There are limited colors, but it's great!! We haven't had any staining issues at all. It cleans very well.

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