Importance Of Grout Stain
A grout stain is a product made intended for repairing existing grout joints. They are a water-based acrylic coating that can cover your preserved grout joints from stains, scrapes and even dirt. Additionally, grout stain can give you a chance if you wish for a fresh appearance.
Various grout stains can be used to darken or lighten the grout. These pigments act as a sealant, extending the life of your grout joints. Furthermore, since it protects the grout joints from filth and debris, it requires care to reduce grease, oils, and muck. And that might spill chemicals. You only have to clean it because it’s water-resistant and dries quickly.
Considering the appearance, it can also provide a luminous and semi-gloss look. Grout stain is odour free; therefore, it is entirely safe and not dangerous. You can use it in any of the following areas:
- Ceramic tiles, marble and slate joints
- Commercial sinks and kitchens
- Public hallways, foyers, bathrooms
Grout Stain Applications
Most stains won’t need to be mixed with other elements, just like water, but it is best to read the label’s instructions before you apply them only to be sure. Before staining the grout, thoroughly clean it and allow at least 24 hours for its porous surface to dry. Dab it directly into the grout’s surface using a grout brush to stain the grout. Following application, wash it with water and mild to remove dirt.
Grout Stains Safety Measures
Grout stains are unsafe for eyes and skin, so keep them out of children’s reach. Wash it immediately with soap and water in accidental contact with the skin. For communication with the eyes, rinse them with plenty of clean water, and you should consult medical professionals even if hardly any symptoms occur.
Crystalline silica and Portland cement compose the Grout stain. Consequently, you need to wear a mask to avoid inhaling its dust. Immediately after installation, wash your hand thoroughly. It may also be essential to use a grout sealer to seal it once finished.
Indeed, you can count on Steam n Dry Grout Stain Auckland, a certified Flooring Installer that works with the high industry standard of National Certificate in Flooring.
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By Graeme Stephens. Last update 23/04/2023