Review of TileLab's Grout and Tile Sealer
(Solvent or Water)
|Type of Sealer||Trade Secret|
|Price per Quart||$26.88|
|VOC Level||5 g/L|
TileLab's Grout and Tile Sealer is Custom Building Products budget based sealer for tile grout and stone. Most Custom Building products can be purchased at local home depot stores. We see if it is worth it to save some money using this budget based sealer for sealing your tile, grout and stone.
Custom building products grout and tile sealer comes in various packaging and sizes at local home depot stores. It comes in a spray bottle, with a brush tipped applicator for sealing grout and also in a conventional quart bottle size. It is relatively inexpensive and simple to purchase at home depot. Despite its low price and ease of use it does not perform well as a grout sealer or a stone sealer. The budget based Dupont Grout Sealer works much better as a budget based grout sealer.
As a stone sealer the TileLab Grout and Tile Sealer did not work well at all in our stone sealer testing. The spills and contaminates did not bead on the sealed stone and immediately started to soak into the stone. The stains left behind were relatively pronounced and you could see how the spills flowed on the sealed stone as opposed to beading up. You can also see the red spot from the hot pepper stain that is not visible with high quality stone sealer. While this sealer may be cheap and easily accessed it is not recommended to use this type of budget based sealer on your expensive stone tiles.