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Seek recommendation of a good grout sealant.

Posted by janesylvia (My Page) on
Tue, Apr 2, 13 at 14:19

The wall tiles and floor tiles of my two bathrooms have been finished. Would you please recommend a good grout sealant? Is Aqua Mix Sealers Choice Gold - Quart very good?

Any input or sharing of experience is greatly appreciated.

This post was edited by janesylvia on Tue, Apr 2, 13 at 14:20


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RE: Seek recommendation of a good grout sealant.

We used STT's SB solvent based sealer on the stone tile and the grout in our most recently renovated bathrooms. It is very easy to apply, and has extremely minimal odor. I also used it to seal the travertine floor tile and grout in our FR/guest bedroom/entryway. A big job made easier with our choice of sealer! It does a great job, too. The White Thassos lining the niches in our tub surrounds looks as good as it did the day it was installed.


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RE: Seek recommendation of a good grout sealant.

Thank you so much, cat_mom. Where can I buy the STT's SB solvent based sealer?


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RE: Seek recommendation of a good grout sealant.

First container I purchased from someone on JB forum, but the second one I purchased directly from the site/developer/owner of the company. His name is Stephen (sp?) and he was very helpful.

I really found it to be very easy to use, and it's held up well so far.


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RE: Seek recommendation of a good grout sealant.

Thank you very much, cat_mom. I saw it on the website of
http://shop.sttsealers.net/product.sc?productId=13&categoryId=2
Is it the best way to use a paintbrush to apply the sealer? Can it also be used to seal the marble which is the decorative trim between the wall tiles? Thanks.

This post was edited by janesylvia on Sun, Apr 7, 13 at 1:48


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