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For grout lines of 1/8 in. or less. Safe, water based, non-sanded, non cement based formula. White can be tinted to achieve any color. 8 oz. jar.

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Tile Grout

by Mosaic Mercantile

Average User Rating: Based on (2 Reviews)

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Sandera P. from Portsmouth, NH says:

Ultimate item for time saving! Less mess, and much easier than mixing your own! Drys evenly and smooth. A wonderful product!

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How long does the tile grout take too set up.

- Asked by Frank Harenza on 07-Dec-12
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The Tile Grout will begin to harden in about 45 minutes. However, we do not recommend walking on the tile surface until the grout has fully dried and set overnight.

- Answered by MisterArt on 07-Dec-12

How does one clean the tile?

- Asked by Frank Harenza on 07-Dec-12
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To clean the excess grout, you can use a damp sponge or towel. For remaining bits, use a flat razor blade or spackling tool to scrape off as much of the leftover grout as you can.

- Answered by MisterArt on 07-Dec-12

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Rated by: Sandera P. in Portsmouth, NH
Ultimate item for time saving! Less mess, and much easier than mixing your own! Drys evenly and smooth. A wonderful product!
Rated by: Patricia A. C. in Galeton, PA
I used the grout on the stones at the base of my dollhouse. I applied it with and old brush which I had used with glue and it was stiff so I would use the brush to get the grout down between the spaces in the stones so I would not have alot of removing of the grout it worked great,and the water clean up makes it even better good product for what I had used it for.

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