Polymer-modified grout is a grout in which some of the cement hydrate binders in conventional grout have been replaced with resin polymers -- strings of hundreds, thousands or millions of resin molecules. Grout containing resin polymers is stronger than conventional grout, adheres well, is lightweight and cures rapidly. Polyblend grout is a proprietary material that produces hard, dense joints, resists shrinking, cracking and wear, and is durable. Non-sanded grout does not contain sand in its composition and is used for grout joints of 1/8-inch or less. Polyblend Non-Sanded Grout is suitable for use on vitreous, semivitreous or absorbant tiles, ceramic mosaics, porcelain and glass tile, brick, precast terrazzo and natural stone tile. Polyblend Non-Sanded Grout is available in 48 colours.
Whites include Bright White (381), Snow White (11) and Antique White (10), Alabaster (333) and Bone (382), with Bright White being the whitest and Bone the darkest, tending toward tan. Creamy whites are White Dove (14) and Butter Cream (17).
Quartz (101), Arctic Ice (301), Plantinum (115), Oyster Gray (386), Delorean Gray (165), Winter Gray (335), Pewter (19), Slate Gray (168), Dove Gray (370), Natural Gray (9) and Charcoal (60) are the shades of grey offered.
Light tans include Antique Linen (127), Canvas (365), Urban Putty (172) and Linen (122).
Sahara Tan (22), Fawn (156), Sandstone (180), Haystack (380), Mushroom (135), Light Smoke (145) and Khaki (186) are darker tans.
Reddish-tans include Chaparral (35), Camel (384), Burnt Clay (99), Nutmeg (50) and Quarry Red Clay (96).
Browns include Earth (105), Tobacco Brown (52), Sable Brown (95) and Saddle Brown (59).
Greens include Bay Leaf (190), Moss (311), Bonsai (312) and Onyx Green (305).
Summer Wheat (45) is a medium gold; Rose Beige (390), Ocean Blue (90), Admiral Blue (92) and Chateau (183) are greyish-brown; and New Taupe (185) is a lighter brownish-grey.
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