Grout sealer recommendation

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  1. San2018

    San2018 Well-Known Member

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    We have just finished tiling in Dining Hall & Kitchen

    Worried about tiles getting dirty so planning to seal (DIY). Went to bunnings but there are so many options.

    Did any one try sealers or any experience. Appreciate if anyone can a recommended a sealer brand.

    Grout available from Bunnings Warehouse
     
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    I’ve just used this one, I heard it’s the best one they have. Pretty user friendly (can spray it all over the tiles without causing damage, do wipe it off after 10-15minutes though).
     
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    Beaumont tiles sells a grout sealer spray
    They told me it works well
    Will buy a bottle and try soon
     
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    Davco have a clear grout and porous tile sealer. Used by most tilers as its a reputable brand and product. Sponge on lightly (its like water but doesnt smell like water). Warning - DONT use a yellow sponge. Use white one. (The solvent in all sealers will leach the colour) Then hand polish after dry in a few mins. Repeat every few years. (All sealers). A little tin goes a long way.

    Sprays can make a mess with overspray v's a sponge