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How to remove grout sealer haze from tile

Posted by alannap (My Page) on
Fri, Nov 30, 07 at 8:38

Hi there,

I have slopped some grout sealer on my porcelain tiles and now I have a haze on the tiles. Can you please recommend a good product to remove the grout sealer haze that is on my tiles?


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RE: How to remove grout sealer haze from tile

Here is a really good site I've been lurking on lately. Lots of good information

Here is a link that might be useful: North American Tile

RE: How to remove grout sealer haze from tile

Magic Erasers may take it off, but it depends who much you slopped. I'm not trying to tell you to go out and buy a pallet of them.:)

RE: How to remove grout sealer haze from tile

I can tell you that I cleaned soap scum haze off shower stall tiles using wet fabric softener sheets, and elbow grease....restored to brand new!might just work for sealer haze!

RE: How to remove grout sealer haze from tile

There are a lot of sealant removal products in the market, you should read the label of the sealant to find out if the manufacturer has a sealant remover, it's recommended to use the same sealant manufacturers sealant removal product.
You can also contact them and ask them what they recommend if they do not sell a sealant remover.

RE: How to remove grout sealer haze from tile

Tried magic eraser and it worked great for me.
Thanks for the tip.

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