Why should I seal my grout?
Seal your grout if it’s liable to stain, retain water, or crack and chip. Consider grout sealing in spaces that are exposed to moisture. And seal grout where mildew, mold, and bacteria are liable to grow. Take note that some grouts do not require a sealant, such as epoxy grout, so be sure to ask your tile expert if grout sealant is necessary for your surfaces. You may also want to seal your grout to improve the look of your tile surfaces. We’d be happy to work with you to find the right sealant to provide the color and shade of grout that you desire.