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The following information will progress in the order the grout stain products might be utilized. This doesn’t always imply that each and every step are required for every job. For example, should your job not require sealer remover simply skip that step and proceed to the following step. Eliminate instructions reliant on your job requirements while still maintaining the general sequence. If you should necessitate any sort of support or possess any queries please contact us… and don’t forget to watch the demo video.
- Tile cleaner
- Plastic gloves
- Pro Grout Paint
- Patented Applicator or Grout Brush
- Fine scouring pad or tile brush
Evaluate your tile floor before commencing. You will definitely wish to make repairs or replace tiles at this point. If you should want to replace any damaged tiles or grout, this will be the occasion to do so. Youdo not have to match the tile grout color precisely. Simply within several shades will suffice to keep the grout color uniform.
In the event that your tile grout has been sealed with a grout sealer previously, you’ll have to 1st use Pro Grout Stain Sealer Remover. If you don’t remove the sealer first, the grout stain may likely not be able to bond properly to the grout.
You should thoroughly clean the tile grout with the use of a solvent of neutral ph. Pro Grout Stain Pre-Treat is developed specifically for this.
If you plan on using a grout brush to apply, put the dispenser tip on the bottle and draw a thin bead of Grout Stain down the grout line.. Use the grout brush to generously work the grout stain in to the grout lines. Make an attempt to cover the entire grout line, getting as near the tiles as is possible. Overlap is suggested at this point as extra can easily be cleaned away.
If you are utilyzing the Pro Grout Stain Applicator Bottle, simply apply the grout stain straight to the tile grout joint while softly squeezing the stain bottle allowing the stain to come out smoothly and steadily. Apply as formerly mentioned, performing your best to work Pro Grout Stain completely to your tile grout.
As soon as the stain appears to be absorbed, briskly wipe up any stain that remains on the tile with a moist sponge such as the shammy provided in the kit.
If you should notice stain remaining upon tiles after the tile grout joints have already dried, you may then, with use of a damp sponge or cloth, vigorously lift the stain from the tile.
All Tile and grout lines should be cleaned with the use of a Neutral pH cleaner, neither acidic or alkali in nature. This is something often violated by homeowners. You might even consider continuing to use Pro Grout Stain Pre Treat for your normal use. Solvents that should never be used include, ammonia, vinegar, or bleach. This recommendation is true for all tile and grout floors. Steering clean of these solvents will improve the resilience of your grout and tile and preserve your grout joints looking fresh, clean, and uniformly colored longer.Prepare yourself for some decenet duration on your knees while staining your tile grout lines. Utilize kneepads or other similar cushion.SLightly ove rlapping the stain on to tiles aids sealing the stain.Staining grout lines with unglazed tile isn’t recommended as the tile is porous as well. Grout stain could permanently stain the unglazed tile.Never dispose of stain or project waste in brass, bronze, or stainless steel sinks or basins.Rapid drying could make cleanup challenging a times. If you’ve a larger or even medium size area, you’ll likely want to stop staining every couple minutes or so to stop and wipe up portions that are already stained.