Has anyone used grout boost and is it worth it? Or is it better to use grout mixed with water and then go over with grout sealer.
The tiles are to be mounted on tub/shower surround walls.
this is my first time grouting, so I am reading up a lot . Thanks all.
I was sold Grout Boost from a salesman at a local big box....
It is now 3 months later. As far as I can tell I wasted 400 dollars. Kitchen counter tops take stains like nothing is there. Coffee, grease etc. Today I bought grout sealer and will try to clean and mitigate my stupidity!
Thanks all for the good info. I will use regular grout and water and then seal later.
Is epoxy grout very different from regular grout, or are they the same thing. Any benefits of one over the other?
this is my first time grouting, so I am reading up a lot .
Our contractor was talked into using this new product, Grout Boost, by a local big box store. Said it resisted dirt and stain and wouldn't need to be sealed. Sounded great-- but is not true. We used it to regrout unsanded grout in bathrooms-- and to regrout a kitchen floor with the sanded grout boost. It turned the sanded grout white. Called the company and they spouted off a canned reply that it was efflorescence and we should clean with a vinegar and water solution after 10 days. They sounded dismissive. The vinegar solution didn't do anything.
Six months later--It has not resisted stain and dirt at all in the bathrooms nor the kitchen. The grout will need to be sealed to resist dirt and stain. This product is a total waste of money.