Slate Grey Flexible Wide Joint Tile Grout - 5Kg

£12.50

(£12.50 per 5kg)

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It is suitable for joint widths of 2-20mm and for grouting between all types of wall and floor tiles including porcelain. Containing unique Rock-Tite™ polymeric binders the enhanced flexibility of the grout allows a greater range of fixing possibilities normally only achieved by the addition of separate admixtures.

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Norcros Flexible Wide Joint Tile Grout is a hard wearing, water and weather resistant tiling grout. It is suitable for grouting between all types of wall
and floor tiles including porcelain. Containing unique Rock-Tite™ polymeric binders the enhanced flexibility of the grout allows a greater range of fixing
possibilities normally only achieved by the addition of separate admixtures.
Norcros Flexible Wide Joint Tile Grout can be used in both internal and external conditions and in fully immersed conditions such as pools. It is water
resistant but not impervious to the passage of water, in situations where the background needs to be protected against water ingress the use of Norcros
Wet Seal Tanking Kit should be considered. Where an impervious grout joint is required Norcros Super Epoxy Grout should be used.
Conforms to classification BS EN 13888 CG2

1kg will fill joints of
approximately 0.66m² of
100mm x 100mm x 8mm tiles
with 5mm wide joints or 2.5m²
of 330mm x 330mm x 9mm
tiles with 4mm spacing

On Brick slips 203mmx65mm with 10mm spacing  ~ 1.5-2.5m

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Coverage
est. 2-2.5m2 on brick slips

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Slate Grey Flexible Wide Joint Tile Grout - 5Kg

It is suitable for joint widths of 2-20mm and for grouting between all types of wall and floor tiles including porcelain. Containing unique Rock-Tite™ polymeric binders the enhanced flexibility of the grout allows a greater range of fixing possibilities normally only achieved by the addition of separate admixtures.

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