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We have just tiled a kitchen wall in glass tiles – a DIY project. Can you recommend a sealant to protect the tiles with?

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We have just tiled a kitchen wall in glass tiles – a DIY project. Can you recommend a sealant to protect the tiles with?

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You don’t need a sealer to conver the tiles, as glass tiles are impervious. But for the grout lines: once they have been damp cured (28 days), pick a grout sealer recommended by your local tile distributor, or go to the online Stonetech store. Note: remember to damp cure the grout first, or the grout lines may, in time, dry out and degrade.

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