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Old 03-18-08, 09:28 PM
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Best Grout Sealer

I have searched high and low on the web and can't really say I have found an answer. I recently tiled my tub/shower and bath floor. Now comes time for the grout sealer.

I have used the TileGuard grout sealer from Lowes before on a small area with success but since have read a bunch of horror stories online about how unhealthy this stuff is.

Reports from people dying to being sick etc. So now even though i have a can of it, i am afraid to spray it on. Am i overreacting? What is a better option?
 
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Old 03-18-08, 09:34 PM
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The aleged "KILLER GROUT SEALER" was Stand and Seal. It is history, fortunately.

Try AquaMix, it is a top of the line product.
 
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The aleged "KILLER GROUT SEALER" was Stand and Seal. It is history, fortunately.

Try AquaMix, it is a top of the line product.
So do you think TileGuard is safe? It looks like Aqua Mix requires brushing on each individual grout line and then wiping off excess from surrounding tiles.

Not trying to be lazy but if the spray on product is just as good and easier to apply...
 
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So do you think TileGuard is safe?
Sure, if you don't drink it.
 
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So do you think TileGuard is safe? It looks like Aqua Mix requires brushing on each individual grout line and then wiping off excess from surrounding tiles.

Not trying to be lazy but if the spray on product is just as good and easier to apply...
Brush it on, better sealer, better results, why would you want to spray a sealer on a tile that doesn't need sealing?

Not hard to do and goes real fast.
 
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