The green rubber float made for epoxy grout is in my opinion the best float out there. I use it on all types of grout. It holds sharp edges for a long time and will outlast any other float if ya take care of it. It hardly leaves any residue on top of the tile, therefore cleaning up is easier. This float is a must if you use epoxy grout but also works great on sanded and unsanded. I have owned mine for over a year and i install everyday. This thing was built to last!
9725 Barwalt Original Ultralight Grout Floats
- Product code: 9725
- Manufacturer: Barwalt
$13.87 to $16.25
Barwalt Original Ultralight Grout Floats
- New design is comfortable, lightweight and wear resistant.
- Ultralight™ floats feature a non-marring plastic handle to prevent scratching of tile surfaces.
- Designed for comfortable use, these floats are also easy to clean since grout doesn't stick to the handles.
- Made in the USA
- Dimensions: 10-1/2" L x 4" W, 3/4" Thick.
- UFF-1, 100% Solid Green Rubber Float, best for epoxy, 81300.
- Hard surface & floor float for tough to spread grouts.
- UWF-2, Beige Gum Rubber Float, best for non sanded grout, 81320.
- Softer beige gum rubber face bonded to a dense foam rubber back for use on walls.
- UWF-1, Green Gum Rubber Float, best for sanded grout, 81310.
- 100% green gum rubber face bonded to a dense foam rubber back for use on walls.
- Mix grout mortar thoroughly, removing lumps, to the consistency of peanut butter.
- Place a generous amount of grout on your starting point.
- Hold the grout float at a slight angle and push the grout mortar into the tile joints.
- Grout only a small area of floor at a time until you begin to feel comfortable with the process.
- Use a grout float to remove any excess grout from floor.
- Allow up to 15 minutes for the grout to set and then proceed to wipe floor clean.