How To Seal And Gloss Tile And Grout In One Step




If you are looking for a very easy way to seal your tile and grout floors in one easy step, read on… Sealing your tile and grout is an important step in making your flooring last for years to come. There are many different ways and methods to seal tile and grout. One of the easiest ways for slate, saltillo, limestone, travertine or concrete tile floors is a one step gloss sealer. A one step gloss sealer and finisher will not only seal the grout and tile, but will give it an incredible glossy wet look. The tile on your floors can get dull looking from daily use. A one step gloss sealer and finisher will not only fix that, but it will also seal the floor to protect it from just about anything. We did the procedure and have a few pictures below…

First, we vigorously cleaned our tile and grout to prepare it for the finisher. We then sealed our bathroom floor using a quart of Stonetech High Gloss Finishing Sealer. It cost us under $40 dollars and took under 4 hours. We used a simple sponge like applicator that made applying it easy. Our tiles and grout were incredibly dried out and would absorb the product. This caused us to add about 4 heavy coats. The only time consuming aspect of this project was allowing the finisher to dry between coats. All in all using a gloss finishing sealer on our floor was a great decision. It has sealed the grout and given everything a great glossy shine. Water just sits on top of the grout instead of soaking right in like before. Our tile and grout is well protected and should look great and last for years to come!

seal tile and grout_2BEFORE APPLYING A HIGH GLOSS FINISHING SEALER TO TILE FLOOR BATHROOM

seal tile and grout_1APPLYING A HIGH GLOSS FINISHING SEALER TO TILE FLOOR BATHROOM







seal tile and grout_3AFTER APPLYING A HIGH GLOSS FINISHING SEALER TO TILE FLOOR BATHROOM
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Before applying a sealer, you will need to clean the grout. This video explains how.


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