Grout is the material that fills the spaces between the tiles.
Grout come in several different forms from cement based to epoxy. Grout is available in a vast array of colours to compliment the tiles that you have selected from your home. Whichever option you choose, follow the manufacturer's instructions on how to mix and apply the grout.
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Non-sanded cement-based, wall and floor grouting compound which is specially designed for polished porcelain to avoid scratching the surface of the tile.
ARDEX EG 15 is a high performance epoxy grout designed for situations that require strict standards of hygiene, high chemical and physical resistance. ARDEX EG 15 is exceptionally easy to clean up during application. It can be used in joints up to 15mm wide on walls and floors.
A smooth, flexible cement-based grout with improved colour integrity. ARDEX FG 8 is suitable for tile joints 1-8mm wide and is exceptionally easy to use on walls and floors.
RLA WHITE SMOOTH GROUT is an unsanded, smooth white grout designed for internal wall joints of 1 to 3mm. Smooth White has biocide protection making it highly resistant to mould growth.
RLA COLOURED GROUT is a high performance, efflorescence resistant, fast setting grout designed for use with most types of ceramic, mosaic, natural stone and glass tiles. with most types of ceramic, mosaic, natural stone and glass tiles. with most types of ceramic, mosaic, natural stone and glass tiles. Suitable for internal & external use in joints between 1mm – 15mm wide. Available in a range of of 14 colours.
Two-part anti-acid epoxy mortar. Part A consists of a mixture of epoxy resin, selected fine-grain inert aggregates, pigments and specific organic additives. Part B consists of an innovative organic catalyst. Once mixed together, the two parts form a creamy mixture with excellent smoothness, which is also suitable for vertical no-slip application. Once hardened, the product is high-performing in term of mechanical and chemical resistance. The product has been expressly formulated to meet the requirements of Part 5 of the IMO FTP Code 2010 as “finishing material for bulkheads and ceilings” for the naval sector.