Aside from aerosol sealers, what other types of grout sealer applicator tools are available out there?
Spray-on aerosol sealers are very popular because they are easy and convenient to use. However, it’s also important that you familiarize yourself with other types of sealer applicators that will best suit the project you’re working on.
You can use a sponge when you’re dealing with very thin grout lines which are unsealed. The sponge allows you to seal greater segments of the bathroom floors and walls because you can wipe both the tile surfaces and grout at the same time.
For tiles that are glazed and if you’re having issues with the sealer that’s not adhering to the surface, you will have to use an applicator bottle with a wheel on the top. The roller wheel will do the job of sealing wider grout lines on tile floors and other flat surfaces.
For vertical grout lines, small grout joints, and joints in showers and backsplashes, a brush-tipped applicator will be suitable for the job.
Make sure you carefully read the instructions on how to seal grout before starting. Seal With Ease gives more helpful tips on how to seal grout so visit their website today to learn more.