Grout, Tile & Stone Sealer – Quick Drying has a quicker drying time; the Grout, Tile & Stone Sealer – Slow Drying has a slower drying time.
Use non-acidic cleaners or a light cleaner like dishwashing liquid or just plain water. Use a damp mop or cloth. There is no need to use harsh detergents, or cleaners containing chlorine or abrasive material.
No. It dries invisible and will not change the appearance or texture of the tiles.
1 litre of Grout, Tile & Stone Sealer – Quick Drying can cover up to 40 square metres, depending on the method of application and the porosity of the tiles and grout.
If using the Grout, Tile & Stone Sealer – Quick Drying or Grout, Tile & Stone Sealer – Slow Drying, clean your brushes with turps followed by rinsing in warm, soapy water. If using the water-based sealers, warm soapy water is all that is needed.
To remove wax the best product to use is Sure Clean Porcelain Cleaner which is designed to dissolve wax and grout residue from tiles.
The sealers are “impregnators” that penetrate into the tiles and grout to seal them in order to help prevent penetration by oil and water-based stains. They also help stop soiling. The impregnators are not coatings, so there is no film or membrane on the surface of the tiles or grout; therefore, the impregnators will not scratch, peel or flake off.