Colour Chart

If you are unsure how the colour will look in your grout you can simply order our colour swab brochure before ordering any products, this way you will know exactly how your grout colour will look before you choose your colour sealer.

Online colour charts are meant to be a guide for colour selection. Actual colour may look slightly different as computer monitor calibrations may vary. Please read tips below in selecting a colour sealer for your floors and walls.

Most tiled floors already have a grey unsealed coloured grout installed. Grey or dark coloured grout is what we call a picture frame design if against a light coloured tile. It all depends on your your tiles colour, texture and decor.

You may like the grout against the tile to have a seamless look and try to match the colour sealer as close to the tiles colour as possible. This gives a great effect as well and can make rooms appear a lot larger. Anyone who has a unsealed light coloured grout installed already knows that it does not stay that way for long but with our colour sealer it will for over 15 years.

As you can see there are many colours to choose from. To make things easy think about how much foot traffic your floor will have and who will be maintaining your colour sealed grout once applied.

White grout suits most shower walls or splash backs perfectly. If your tile is an off white colour you may like our mist white instead.

We have 24 colours for you to choose from, if you are unsure of how the actual colour will look on your grout you can order our colour chart brochure where we apply a swab of all our colours for you to cut out and compare into your grout joint.