Users' questions

Can you use black grout with white tile?

Can you use black grout with white tile?

Black grout is timeless. Whether you choose to pair it with white tile or black, you can be sure that it will never go out of style. The contrast black grout lends itself to when paired next to white works perfectly; especially if you’re going for a modern farmhouse look.

Can I change the color of my grout lines?

There are two ways you can change the colour of your grout. You can either remove the old and replace it with new, or you can dye your existing grout. The latter will only work if you currently have light grout and you want to dye it darker.

How do you change the grout color on subway tile?

How to Change Grout With Colorant

  1. Scrub the Grout Lines. Use a commercial grout cleaner to thoroughly scrub the grout lines with a small stiff scrub brush.
  2. Test the Colorant.
  3. Clean and Rinse the Tile and Grout.
  4. Mask Off the Tile Surfaces (Optional)
  5. Apply Colorant.
  6. Wipe Off Excess Colorant.
  7. Seal, if Necessary.

What is the best Colour grout for grey tiles?

What color grout should you use with gray tile? There are many grout color options that would work well with gray, but the most popular and best looking combinations are white, light gray, dark gray or charcoal, and a blue gray.

What is the best Colour grout for white tiles?

Large white tiles often look better with a grey grout as it will frame the tile.

Should you use spacers for subway tile?

Yes. Most subway tile has grooves on the sides so you don’t need to use spacers at all because it’s an automatic 1/16″ grout line.

Is it hard to change grout color?

At one time, it was quite hard to change the color of grout that had already been sealed, but today’s colorant products do a very good job of changing the color of grout lines on any type of grout, even if it has already been sealed.

Can white Grout actually stay white?

If you’re starting from scratch yes you can get white grout that stays white. It’s called epoxy grout and it’s a totally different animal than cementious grout because it’s not porous. It never needs to be resealed and it doesn’t stain.

What are the different colors of grout?

The grout color selector enables homeowners to visualize the effect of different colored grout on their desired stone profile and palette using four popular base colors of grout: buff, gray, brown or black.

What color grout to use?

Select grout in a color similar to the tile to create a unified look. A light gray grout works well with white tile, and a sandy-color grout pairs nicely with brown or neutral tiles. If you want each tile to stand out, choose a contrasting grout color.

Can You color Grout?

Grout can be colored with dyes after it has been installed and this is a good choice if the grout is stable and solid. Keep in mind that with existing grout, you can change the color only to a darker color; you can’t make dark grout lighter. Inspect the grout to make sure it is suitable for coloring.