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I'm Ryan Parker with Parker Home Renovations in New Braunfels, Texas, and today I'm going to teach you how to seal grout joints. Now there are a few materials you're going to need to seal your grout joints. First thing you're going to need is a scotch pad, you're going to need a rag or a sponge, you'll need to get what's called a seal a wheel, which is actually a bottle that holds sealer and the sealer actually comes off this roller, and then you're going to need some actual sealer. Now the first thing you're going to need to do is take a scotch pad and you're going to want to dip it in some clean water and scrub the grout joints just to get any type of residue off the grout joints. Then you're going to want to wipe those grout joints off with either your towel or a good sponge. Then you're going to take your sealer and pour it into this bottle of, for your seal a wheel. And what you do is you just unscrew the top like that, and you just pour your sealer in there and then you screw the top back on and then it's full of sealer. Then what you're going to want to do is you're going to want to take the seal a wheel and you want to turn it upside down like this and you want to roll that wheel across the grout joints evenly on each grout joint. And that's how you seal grout joints. If you have any other questions, you can contact me at