MIRACLE Grout Pen BUFF

  • MIRACLE Grout Pen BUFF
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Item#MIRA-BUFFGRTPEN
UPC:753927514753
Mfr. Part No:GRTPENBUF6
Brand:Miracle Sealants
$13.40
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Product Description

Seal & color old grout lines with a BUFF Grout Pen by Miracle Sealants. Easy to apply for refreshing dingy stained grout joints with a fresh new coat of buff coloring. Odorless and non-toxic. Covers ugly grout stains while sealing grouted joints to resist future mold, mildew and stains. Non-slip pen grip and reversible applicator nib make it easy to brighten old grout lines in your bathroom or kitchen. Use on sanded, non-sanded, epoxy grout and mortar joints on stone or tile floors. Test before full use. Follow all preparation, application and dry time instructions for the Grout Pen in the technical data document. Package includes 1 grout pen.
  • Coverage for one a Buff Miracle Grout Pen is 37 to 145 linear feet.
  • Grout color is dry to touch in about 1 hour. Complete cure in 72 hours is typical.
  • Also comes in White Grout Pen at 1877FloorGuy
  • Use On: All Sanded, Non-sanded, Epoxy Grout and Mortar Joints. Interior and Exterior Applications.
  • Safety Data: Miracle Grout Pen SDS
DIRECTIONS FOR USE:
Prior to using Grout Pen:
  • Grout must be clean, dry and free of dirt, grease, previously applied sealer, lime, hard water deposits, efflorescence, rust and other contaminants. Test for previously applied sealer by applying a few drops of water to grout. If the water absorbs into and darkens the grout then a sealer/coating has not been used or is no longer effective. If a sealer/coating is present it must be removed before continuing.
  • Coating/Wax Removal: To remove existing coatings and/or waxes use MiravStrip or Finish Sealer Stripper with a grout brush. Extract all dirty remains with a wet vacuum system and allow to dry.
  • Heavy Duty Cleaning: To remove lime, hard water deposits, efflorescence, rust and other heavy dirt, grease and grime use Phosphoric Acid Cleaner, HDAC, Porcelain & Ceramic Tile Cleaner or Liquid Poultice as directed. If an additional non acid, deep cleaning is necessary use Liquid Poultice as directed. All strippers and/or cleaners should be thoroughly rinsed with clean water and the materials allowed to dry.
  • Light Cleaning: Use Tile & Stone Cleaner, Porcelain & Ceramic Tile Cleaner or Counter Kleen as directed.
  • Freshly grouted joints must be fully cured, per manufacturer's specification.
  • Porous tile surfaces should be sealed with the appropriate Miracle Penetrating Sealer/Impregnator to prevent surface staining from the Grout Pen. Avoid getting Impregnator on grout to be colored.
Application:
With cap in place, shake well before using. Do not apply when temperature is below 50-degrees F or above 80-degrees F. Apply Grout Pen to the grout or mortar joint with it's unique applicator tip using a back & forth motion. Try to limit the amount of colorant that gets onto the pre-sealed tile or stone surface. If you are going from a dark color to a light color, 2 or more applications may be necessary. Allow Grout Pen to dry at least 5 - 10 minutes (time will vary depending on ambient temperature - test before full application). At this time remove colorant residue from the tile or stone surface with water and a nylon scrub pad. Allow a minimum of 2 hours drying time between applications. It should be easily removable from properly sealed porous tile or non-porous tile but bonded permanently to the grout or mortar joint. If Grout Pen is easily removed from grout joint, allow longer curing time. Avoid direct scrubbing on joints for at least 20 days to allow Grout Pen to reach maximum durability. Applied grout will be dry to the touch in 45 - 60 minutes and may be put into service. For optimum results the area should be kept dry and free from staining materials for 72 hours.

Coverage:
Used as directed, Grout Pen will cover 37 - 145 linear feet per pen. Coverage will vary depending on the density, porosity, texture, surface absorption, weather, amount of time solution is left on surface and application methods.
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