Beware, Dingy Grout! Polyblend Grout Renew is the BEST
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Polyblend Grout Renew is my favorite way to spruce up grout lines!
Got ugly, old grout? I’ve found the best grout sealer and colorant!
If you currently have some dingy-looking grout that could use a makeover, you’re in luck. While we’ve recently finished up an entire bathroom renovation, there’s a little secret that is still worth sharing that has worked for me and my home in the past.
The miracle worker is Polyblend Grout Renew, and it’s incredibly affordable for the amazing before and after results it produces!
You see, even after getting the grout professionally steam cleaned in our home, it still never looked clean, and that has always bothered me.
Before replacing our flooring downstairs as part of a renovation project, I discovered that it’s actually the dirty-colored grout that bothered me the most, especially in high-traffic areas.
The best way I found to refresh the grout was with Polyblend Grout Renew!
As a side note, this brand isn’t paying me to rave about it. With Spring home refreshes on everyone’s mind, I wanted to share this secret that totally transformed my old floors!
What is Polyblend Grout Renew?
It’s an all-in-one grout colorant and sealant that lets you easily update or change the color of cement grout joints. This Grout Renew paste is formulated with both stain-resistant and fade-resistant pigments. I love that it’s also mold and mildew-resistant.
They even have a huge selection of colors available to get the look and style you’re trying to achieve. I personally like the look of contrasting grout and tile, so I decided on a shade of white for my previous darker tile. They have a vast selection of colors to choose from, in case you want the grout to blend with the color of the tile, or if you’d rather the grout colorant to stand out.
The grout renew application is easy too…
To apply, follow these easy steps from the bottle:
- Clean the grout very well using a scrub brush, and let dry.
- Apply Polyblend Grout Renew with a toothbrush or small paintbrush.
- Wipe any excess that gets on the tile with a damp rag or paper towel before it dries.
- Last, let the grout dry completely.
This Grout Renew is so simple to use, even my 12-year-old (at the time) was able to help out. He was anxious to help so he could earn a little extra allowance money but was just as excited with the final results. 🙌
Check out our Polyblend Grout Renew before and after! 😍
Wow, what a difference! My flooring looks brand new! I love how crisp and clean the grout lines look now. It makes such a big improvement!
But you’re probably wondering if the color really does last? 🤔
It’s been about four months since I tested the grout renew on the bathroom floor. I even waited to do the rest of the tile in the house before we gave it a good run for its money.
I’m thrilled to report back the color looks exactly the same today as it did the day I put it on! Plus, I only used about a quarter of the bottle to do the bathroom. One bottle goes a very long way!
Fast forward a year…
Since I finished up the rest of the house, it’s been well over a year since we used this product on most of our downstairs. As I mentioned, we’ve recently undergone a major home renovation but it looked great up until demo day! In heavy traffic areas, there was a bit of wear but overall, I’m very pleased with how well Polyblend Grout Renew is held up!
If you’re in need of a grout makeover like I did, I’d definitely recommend this!
The completion can be a little tedious depending on the size of the space. However, if you have a DIY spirit and want to save money by completing the task yourself, the results are highly satisfying!
It’s also worth noting you can use Polyblend Grout Renew anywhere you happen to have tiles in the home. This includes counters, floors, and bathrooms.
So awesome! 👏
Curious to see my renovation? Check it out in our post all about what our team has been up to lately!