Grout Haze Clean-Up is a safe and effective concentrated cleaner that is added to the grout clean-up water for removal of cementitious grout haze and latex additive film from tile during the grout clean-up process. It may also be used full-strength to remove light grout residue within the first 10 days after grouting.
Grout Haze Clean-Up Key Features:
- Just pour in cleanup water
- Removes grout haze and latex additive film
- Non-acidic formula
For use on:
Unpolished natural stone (such as granite, limestone, marble, slate, and travertine), polished granite and slate, ceramic, porcelain, quarry, Saltillo, terra-cotta, cement pavers, masonry surfaces, and other stone and tile surfaces.
- Do not allow product to come in contact with any non-recommended surface
- Do not use on polished marble or any other acid-sensitive tile or stone
- Do not use excessive amounts of water during cleanup process as grout pigment may be washed out
Application of Product:
USE CHEMICAL-RESISTANT GLOVES, such as nitrile, when handling product.
DURING GROUT CLEANUP – Read entire label before using. Performgrout cleanup per grout manufacturer’s instructions. Mix 3 to 5 oz (90 to 147 mL) of Grout Haze Clean-Up per gallon (3.8 L) of water. Wet a grout sponge or terry cloth towel with the cleaning solution, wring out excess liquid. Wipe diagonally across the tile. Repeat steps 4 and 5 every 10 to 15 ft (.9 M to 1.3 M) or as necessary. Remove residual cleaning solution using a clean grout sponge or terry cloth towel dampened with clean water only.
AFTER GROUT CLEANUP WITHIN 10 DAYS OF GROUTING – Use full strength if grout haze was not completely removed during grout cleanup. Apply directly to surface and agitate with white nylon scrub pad or brush. Allow product to dwell for 5 to 10 minutes for stubborn areas or heavier grout residue. Rinse with clean water to remove residual cleaning solution.
Cleaning of equipment:
Clean tools with water before material dries.