Grout Boost Beware

Name: Val Brown
Posted: Sat, Mar 20, 2010 at 9:32 pm MST
I was sold Grout Boost from a salesman at a local big box. A broken waterline in the 2nd story had pretty much wiped out our house. Kitchen cabinets out, sheetrock out etc. We decided to tile the majority of the house. New shower, new floors, new vanity tops, new counter tops etc. I bought $400 of grout boost and gave it to my pro tile setter. He said it was not as easy to apply as normal grout but better than epoxy. It looked great and we were happy. Nothing touched it for two weeks.

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!
Name: Bud Cline Tile
Posted: Sun, Mar 21, 2010 at 12:35 pm MST
Reply: 1
Folks here were warned about that stuff some time ago.grinIt's a junk product being marketed to the unaware.grin
Name: John K
Posted: Sun, Mar 28, 2010 at 1:22 pm MST
Reply: 2
I think it is just for color consistancy, thats it.
Read the directions. It's not a sealer that is added to the grout. You're right you did throw your money away. Always read directions
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