is actually a hidden membrane that divorces the grout or mortar from
the face of the tile or brick. Grout Release enables the ease of
removal of grout and cement scum from low density and open textured
tile and brick, glazed and unglazed hard composition tile.
Can be used as insurance with a pre-seal for the very porous tile
Helps eliminate the risk of stain when using a dark grout on light
Will eliminate cracking and crazing on glazed tiles
Will form a stronger bond between grout joints and tile by way of
Insures a cleaner job
Works while you are away
Lowers cost of operation
Installation and cleaning without drudgery
Covers 600 square feet per gallon
Install tile or brick.
Apply a heavy coat of Grout Release using brush applicator or paint
roller (use a criss-cross pattern on very porous tile).
Allow to dry for 30 minutes.
Grout as normal.
Remove Grout Release and excess grout and mortar from tile surface,
within 24 hours.
Use tap water, a short bristle brush, and a large sponge.
Using brush, apply water and agitate to re-emulsify and bring the
Grout Release back to a liquid stage.
Wipe clean with a damp sponge.
after tile has been installed, but before
grouting. Proper application is as important as using the right
material. It is important to note that if Grout & Mortar Release is
not removed within 24 hours it will have the opposite effect on grout
and tile, thereby making it harder to remove mortar and cement scum.
Grout Release is not abrasive or harmful to skin or tile.