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SpectraLOCK PRO Mini Unit A+B

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  • Ceramic tile, glass tile and stone applications, residential and commercial.
  • Interior and exterior. Floors and walls.
  • Swimming pools, fountains and other wet area applications.
  • Ideal for re-grouting applications.
  • Each Mini Unit A+B requires 1 Part C 2.25lb color. Order sperately.
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SpectraLOCK PRO Mini Unit A+B + SpectraLOCK PRO Part-C 2.25lb Bright White + M-D Building Products 49829 Epoxy Grout Float
Price for all three: $65.86

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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number 216 mini
SizeMINI UNIT
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB002UENW8Q
Best Sellers Rank #99,350 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableOctober 26, 2009
  
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Product Description

LATICRETE SpectraLOCK PRO Epoxy Grout Part A&B Liquids. (ONLY) REQUIRES PART C 2.25lb LATICRETE SpectraLOCK PRO Epoxy Grout is the finest grout available. Whether a residential bathroom or a light commercial floor, LATICRETE SpectraLOCK PRO Grout provides unmatched performance with incredible ease of use. LATICRETE SpectraLOCK PRO Grout is a patented, high performance epoxy grout that offers color uniformity, durability and stain resistance with extraordinary ease of use.

Customer Reviews

3.7 out of 5 stars

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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By BA on November 29, 2011
Caveat: I'm a novice when it comes to tile work. This is my first time using grout, but I'm fairly handy.

The tub surround grout in one of my bathrooms was in terrible shape: Cracking, mildewed, and missing in spots. I opted to buy SpectraLock at my local Lowe's over standard grout because of its quick drying time, anti-microbial properties, and not having to deal with resealing the grout every year. I ended up using two SpectraLock kits for my surround at $30/kit (parts a and b are purchased separate from part c), which is an excellent deal for what it provides.

The contents of each complete kit include part A, B, and C, a sponge, and latex gloves. I had to buy a margin trowel and grout float to mix and apply the grout, respectively. Applying the first batch of grout was a bit of a challenge; the mixture is a bit too thick if you don't squeeze out all the contents of the part A and part B pouches, and the directions say to NOT add water to modify the consistency. Realizing this fact, I left out about 5 to 10% of part C (powder) when I mixed up the second batch, and the second application went much smoother and faster than the first batch.

Cleanup: I made sure to follow the instructions and have two buckets of water and vinegar solution available. You must do a thorough job of cleaning off tiles and other surfaces at the time intervals specified or you'll have a coating left behind that's tough to remove. Since my tile is an off-white, and the grout color I selected was "bright white", I had a tough time seeing where I'd left residue on the tile. This resulted in a haze in a few areas that I could only remove with a razor blade. Also, it took me about two hours to scrape residue off my tub's surface from grout that had fallen off my float.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By robsto on April 25, 2012
I was in the tile bussiness for thirty five years and was introduced to spectelok when it first came out .They had training seminars at that time. This is a great product. Clean up is a little tricky, you should let it dry for fifteen minutes to thirty minutes and then use soapy water with a scotch pad to clean the first time then you can use a spong with soapy water. I donot recommend this grout for walls ,it just rolls out but for flat areas like counter tops and floors its great.I would highly recommend this product.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By flyboyx on November 13, 2013
i have used this product several times and there is nothing better on the market for the purpose it serves. i am in the market for another kit and i was pricing it here on amazon. i thought i would read through the reviews. i was surprised at how bad some of them are and the reasons people reviewed it so low.

first of all, this product is nothing like typical concrete based grout. it is epoxy for goodness sake! you can NOT mix it or use it like one would water base products. the first review about mixing up several kits and going to work was fraught with disaster from the beginning. the product only has a working time of 90 minutes or so. it clearly states that in the directions. from the minute you start mixing the a and b portions, it begins to harden. i assume it took 45 minutes to an hour to mix 4 or 5 kits together. how could anyone possibly get that much product installed in that period of time it takes to harden? seriously. the guy below that talks about how small the kit is apparently forgot to purchase the "part c" (sand) portion of the kit. you have to mix colored sand into the epoxy. the mini kit needs 2 lbs of sand. the larger one take 9 lbs i believe. this is the premise of how this stuff works. read the directions thoroughly!

i always use this product when i do a tile counter top. i am telling you there is nothing better. i often use absolute black granite tiles set on 1/16" grout lines. it fills the gaps well but you have to spend a lot of time working it in. the product is pretty gooey. i first installed this product back in 2005 on a kitchen counter. to this day, 8 years later, it still looks as new. i sealed it once and have never bothered since. if you apply this product properly, it seems it will last forever.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By G Lawson on November 28, 2010
This was overall not really any harder to use than traditional grout. I used white, so I can't say if the colors are true to the color card. Make sure you also buy part C (the color sand). I found that the grout was a little easier to work if I didn't put in all the sand, just 85-90% of it. Coverage is about what is given on the Laticrete website, that is - not much for these small units. That suited me fine, as it gave me some time to work each batch without worrying that it would set up.

It is expensive, but worth it to have some bulletproof grout you don't have to seal. I used this on a bathroom floor and in the shower.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Don Nolin on November 28, 2011
I have applied 5 of the full units, which covers about 60 sq feet at a time. It takes about 30 min to apply. Wait 45 min and use the initial wash packet with 1/2 cup vinegar and clean 2x...Wait about an hour and then wash with the final wash and 1/2 cup vinegar using a scrubby and sponge.

It is a little more difficult than regular grout as it is a little stiffer and using a hard epoxy float. But the long term is great. I had tiled and grouted a room a little over a year ago and it still looks the same as when I installed it, 2 dogs, 2 cats and my kids and neighborhood kids.

The upfront cost is high, but after sealing the first time and then every two years, you come out ahead.
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