1)    How is Betonit Tile Grout different from other tile grouts?

From customer feedback and internal technical test, Betonit Tile Adhesive is better performing than current tile grouts in the market in terms of Reduced Water Absorption & Abrasive Resistance.  We would also like to stress that in the development of Betonit Tile Grout, we have been guided by American Standards for Tile Grouts (ANSI 118.6).

2)    What’s the difference between white and prima white?

Prima White is overall better performing.  It is more abrasive resistant, more water resistant, longer potlife, better workability and consistency.  White was developed in reply to the market demand for a more economical white tile grout.  However, our white, when compared to other brands is better.

3)    Can Betonit Tile Grout be used for swimming pools?

Yes it can.  Other clients have shown concern that Tile Grouts tend to become powdery when wiped with a wet sponge or submerged in water.  Betonit Tile Grout has undergone water submersion tests as well as abrasive tests and has successfully passed.  However, we recommend using Betonit Plus as a tile grout modifier, to better protect your grout and tiles.

4)    Does Betonit Tile Grout Colors stain the tiles when left to dry on the tiles during application?

Betonit Tile Grout do not stain the tiles when left to dry during application.  Simply wash off the tile dried excess tile grout with soap and water.

5)    Can Grouted Tiles be cleaned with muriatic acid within 24 hours of application?

As a general rule, it is not recommended that acid and other harsh chemicals be used to remove excess grout on tile surfaces, since these can weaken and erode the grout.  In extreme cases of grout residue, the use of specific acids can be used like sulfamic or phosphoric. The acids should not be used prior to at least 10 days after the grouting was completed.