10:32AM | 07/23/12
Member Since: 04/18/12
26 lifetime posts
I was wanting to change the color of my grout to a lighter color, has anyone ever tried the grout bully?


10:03PM | 07/27/12
Member Since: 07/03/05
283 lifetime posts
I am not familiar with grout bully but I have used grout dye to change the color dozens of times. Just do some research and find a good one. Dont use cheap priced ones as they are weak and ineffective. It may take 2 applications to cover.If the grout has previously been sealed then a dye cant be used as it wont penetrate the grout. The good thing is the dye is also a sealer if the grout was not previosly sealed. The dye can last for 15 years and will give a uniform color look .


01:08PM | 08/08/12
Member Since: 06/06/12
18 lifetime posts
I have tried it once before, and it is kind of a cheap product, but it does the job.


04:18PM | 08/25/12
Member Since: 05/06/12
20 lifetime posts
I have used it to cover up the dirtiness look on my grout and it worked pretty good. I guess we'll have to see how it looks in the long run.


01:34PM | 03/08/13
Bob, I have used Grout Bully and I thought it was fabulous. Now I am looking for a good sealer. Can you suggest one.


01:15PM | 04/17/13
Member Since: 08/31/09
1 lifetime posts
Gloria..Typically when you color your grout with a quality grout stain, it seals the grout as well. I have heard of the grout bully but have never used it so i don't know if that is true in this case.


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