Rose Beige Sanded Grout - CBP #390
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This grout is discontinued and is no longer available. I will not be able to get more when it's gone.
COLOR: Custom Building Products Polyblend Rose Beige Sanded #390
TYPE: Sanded – recommended for joints 1/16” and wider
This Rose Beige Sanded Grout is the original discontinued Custom Building Products Polyblend #390 sanded grout - a match for Laticrete's Dusty Rose, which has also been discontinued. Perfect for floors, walls, counter tops, back splashes, tub and shower areas, and mosaic art projects.
Tub and shower areas
This grout is polymer-fortified. Just mix with water - includes directions. It should be sealed after drying for all architectural applications, and for any other project which may be exposed to moisture or used outdoors.
NEED A LARGE QUANTITY?
We recommend purchasing a sample so you can test the color to make sure it's exactly what you want before placing a larger order. If you need more than you see listed here, please contact us for information on availability.
Due to variations in color displays on electronic screens, the colors you see may vary somewhat from the actual grout colors. Other factors, such as lighting, material preparation, mineral content of water used and application technique may also affect the final color.
Because there are occasional variances in the materials we receive from suppliers, we cannot guarantee absolute color consistency across different batches of grout. So, if you're using multiple bags, dry-mix them all together before adding water and beginning the application process.
BUY ENOUGH TO FINISH YOUR PROJECT
We have a limited supply of some of the unique colors we carry, so please order enough to finish your project, and include some extra for cushion and future repairs. Tile industry professionals recommend ordering at least 10% more grout than your calculations indicate you'll need. Any pro will tell you: You do not want to run out of grout in the middle of your project.