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Glass Pro grout

Posted by kittyjhg (My Page) on
Tue, May 6, 08 at 19:04

Has anyone ever used GLASS PRO Stained Glass Mosaic Grout - RAVEN BLACK? Just ordered some and I must say that the pic doesn't look very black. The site does say; however,
'Photo note: Grout appears much lighter in photo due to camera flash.'
Thanks, Jeanette

Here is a link that might be useful: glass pro black grout

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RE: Glass Pro grout

It might be. I've only used the Mapei from Lowes,but they don't carry it here anymore so I have to find another. Seems buying grout online would be expensive with shipping

RE: Glass Pro grout

Actually, it's not that expensive (may reserve that thought; however, when it comes). I ordered it along with some diamond-shaped tiles from Mosaic Tile Mania. SH was just $6.00. The jar says it's 1 pound, though. That's probably not much. It's supposed to be for glass. I like to get diamond-shaped tiles from here to make flowers. So far, this has been the only place I can find pre-cut diamond shapes.This is a partial pic of a gazingball I'm working on. I love to use these shapes.

Here is a link that might be useful: Diamond Flowers

RE: Glass Pro grout

Is that unsanded grout or a specialized grout?

RE: Glass Pro grout

I buy my black grout from Home Depot - closer than Lowes - sanded grout - & it's very black.

RE: Glass Pro grout

No, I haven't but I have ordered things from Mosaic Tile mania and been pleased with what I got. The 1lb bags don't really go to far but are perfect if you just have one piece you want to grout.

When i first got started(not that long ago) I bought a bunch of 1lb bags from various ebay sellers and got some cool color.

Good luck

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