It is a consumer misconception that use of grout for wall and floor tiles is only really to fill the gaps between the tiles and stop the dirt getting in. And, with this mind set, people often think any old cheap and cheerful material will do.
As we know this is far from the truth. Although it does fill joints, it also plays a vital role within the entire tiled finish, not only aesthetically but technically too.
When choosing a grout, there is lots to consider, most importantly though being the final use of the tile installation. Points to factor in should include traffic levels, damp or humid environments which can encourage mould growth, use of natural stone tiles, hygiene requirements, performance attributes and decorative finish required.
Offering an all-in-one solution, Bond Its’ Steri-Grout, available in 6 colours, is a specially formulated, polymer modified cement based floor and walltile grout. With the added benefit of containing a strong fungicide making it mould resistant, it will also inhibit black spot mould growth and reduce dirt pick up, making it an ideal choice for sanitary applications. With the ability to fill joints from 2mm to 20mm it is a versatile grout capable of accommodating limited movement or vibration, so ideal for use over timber plyboards and heated sub-floors.
This grout has excellent adhesion characteristics to porcelain and fully vitrified tiles, has low permeability and is waterproof, classified CG2W. Supplied in plastic 3Kg sacks and available in either white, limestone, black, grey, jasmine and silver grey. For more information visit: