Ultra Tile Fix Pro Flexible Grout Cream 3KG
UltraTileFix ProGrout Flexible has been designed for areas where movement or vibration is likely. Polymer has been added to the formulation to increase flexibility and to provide a virtually impermeable set. UltraTileFix ProGrout Flexible is suitable for joint widths up to 20mm. ProGrout Flexible is packaged using the latest plastic packaging technology, offering you greater product protection and prolonged freshness.
- Designed for use with all tile types
- ColourShield technology for vibrant durable finishes
- Ideal for wetrooms, swimming pools and underfloor heating systems
- Wash down with minimal effort
- 1-20mm joint thickness
- 30 – 60 minutes pot life
- 12 hours hard set
- Mould resistant
- Conforms to CG2 WA EN 13888 classification
- Sizes: 3kg & 10kg
- Colours: White, Cream, Bahama Beige, Jasmine, Limestone, Taupe, Brown, Silver Grey, Mid-Grey, Grey, Charcoal & Black
- Lifetime guarantee
UltraTileFix ProGrout Flexible has been designed for areas where movement or vibration is likely. Polymer has been added to the formulation to increase flexibility and to provide a virtually impermeable set. UltraTileFix ProGrout Flexible is suitable for joint widths up to 20mm.
SURFACE PREPARATION Ensure that the tile adhesive is completely set and that the tiles are firmly fixed. All joints should be free from excess adhesive, dust, grease or any other contaminants.
MIXING UltraTileFix ProGrout Flexible should be added slowly to clean water in a suitable mixing vessel in the approximate by volume ratio as indicated on the side. Mix until a smooth consistency is achieved, leave to stand for 2 minutes then remix. Do not mix more than can be used in a 30-45 minutes period, do not rewet or add too much water. This will cause a weakening of the grout and a tendency to crumble. In certain cases this may also lead to discolouration in the form of efflorescence.
APPLICATION The grout should be applied to the surface using a rubber backed trowel or squeegee. Work the mixed material thoroughly into the joints a small area at a time. Ensure that the joints are completely filled without voids before continuing. Excess grout should be removed as grouting proceeds. Any residue left on the face of the tile can be removed by wiping with a damp sponge when the grout has started to firm (approximately 15 minutes - when using a normal ceramic tile. On non-absorbent tiles such as porcelain, this may take up to an hour). Any dry film remaining once the job is complete can be polished off the face of the tiles with a soft dry cloth. Finishing when the grout is not firm to the touch, may lead to joints being emptied or potential colour variation.
CLEANING Tools should be thoroughly cleaned with water to remove excess material immediately after use and before the grout sets.