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How does grout stain look?

Posted by tartanhabit (My Page) on
Thu, Sep 27, 12 at 13:21

Does anyone have experience of staining grout. We've had various issues of uneven grout and one option that has been presented to us is using a grout stain. I worry that it will look fake and unnatural. Anyone out there have opinions/experience of what it looks like. I've looked at some online images but it's really hard to tell.

Thanks so much! I hope there will be a time when I'm not posting about grout but not yet :-)

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RE: How does grout stain look?

If your grout is funky and you don't like it and don't want to tear it out, a grout stain works fine. The colour you see is the one you'll get....and you don't have to seal it.

RE: How does grout stain look?

It might be a last resort. I'm having a hard time finding someone who will do a regrout of 2 bathrooms with sanded grout; the complaint being that sanded grout is hard to get out and it's risky for tiles. StoneTech, do you have any thoughts on that?

I was wondering if grout stain would look weird and unnatural though - not like grout normally looks. Thanks for your input.

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