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TEC standard white sanded grout - similar in another brand???

Posted by lexmomof3 (My Page) on
Thu, Jul 25, 13 at 11:30

The tile I'm using - Susan Jablon MG01 curved milk glass - suggests TEC standard white as the grout. I can't get that locally and it will take about 1 1/2 weeks to order. I can put the tile guy off if needed but I was hoping that there is another brand with the same color since it's just "standard white". I used a bright white (forgot the brand) for a different tile in the bathroom and I know that color is too bright white. Is there anther brand with the same (or very similar) color as TEC standard white? Thanks!


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RE: TEC standard white sanded grout - similar in another brand???

Need to make a decision pretty quickly if possible. Anyone know if any of the whites from Polyblend or Mapei are similar to TEC "standard white" grout?

Thanks!


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RE: TEC standard white sanded grout - similar in another brand???

I would call them at Susan Jablon and see if they can recommend something other than the TEC.


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RE: TEC standard white sanded grout - similar in another brand???

I am considering this tile and would love to know what grout you went with as well as see your backsplash if you have a picture.


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RE: TEC standard white sanded grout - similar in another brand???

Colors are very much in the eye of the beholder...but I'll bite anyway...

Closest might be Laticrete "Bright White".

Second, maybe Custom's "Bright White".

Notice the trend? lol

I don't think Mapei would be a good match, their white always comes off as yellowish to me.


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