Groutin

At Rainbow Chalk, we’re proud stockists of Groutin – a specially designed paint that can help instantly refresh grout lines.

Groutin can significantly reduce the appearance of stains in your tile grout, making the area look fresh and clean. The formula consists of anti-bacterial and anti-fungal agents that work to protect the surface against mould, making it the ideal solution for use in areas such as shower cubicles and around bath tubs. It can also help prevent the further buildup of dirt, meaning it’s easier for you to maintain cleanliness and hygiene.

Groutin is suitable for use on all types of wall and floor grout, and due to its non-toxic and low odour formula, it is safe to be used in enclosed areas. It is also water-based and fast-drying, meaning it will be resistant against water within 24 hours of application.

For best results, you should first ensure the grout joints are clean and dry. Apply the paint evenly with a brush, wiping away any excess product with a damp cloth. Once dry, you’ll be left with rejuvenated, clean-looking grout lines. It’s that easy.

We offer Groutin in a broad range of different colours, including grey, black, white, brown and many more, so you won’t struggle to find the perfect shade. To view our full range of grout paint products, browse this page.

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