White Powdered (Sanded) Grout - 2 LBS

$8.95 USD
Item# 425580
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Product Features

  • It's so easy - just add water!
  • Excellent workability
  • Great for interior OR exterior use
  • Sold in 2 lb container


Product Description

No need to lug around a giant bag of grout! This 2 lb. tub is easy to use and store. Premium grout is a polymer modified portland cement based blend. It provides hard, uniformly colored, wear resistant joints with greater bond and better compressive strength than other grouts. Sanded grout is ideal for both interior and exterior use.

Delphi Tip: Create custom colors of grout for all your projects with Mosaic Colorants.

Flower project below created by Delphi artist Melanie Churchill.

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Product Details

  • Package Dimensions: 4.75 in W x 4.75 in H
  • Weight: 2.25 pounds
  • UPC: 79436600580-8

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Pros : I have tried both the commercial brands of grout found at the local stores and this product is far easier to work with than traditional grout. I also tint it with acrylic paints for variations of colors.
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