UniBond Grout Reviver Pen / Anti-mould grout pen now £3 add-on item at Amazon
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UniBond Grout Reviver Pen / Anti-mould grout pen now £3 add-on item at Amazon

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Posted 2nd Aug
  • For renewing and whitening faded and discoloured grout joints: can easily be applied on top of the existing grout
  • Triple protection: repels, kills and prevents mould effectively / Apply on clean and dry surfaces
  • Ideal for: use in the bathroom, kitchen and shower / Suitable for restoring grout lines on glazed ceramic, porcelain and other non-porous wall and floor tiles
  • Precise application: comfortable tip / Dries within 60 minutes / No additional tools required
  • Items delivered: 1 x Unibond grout reviver pen in ice white / 7ml for 6m of renewing grout
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I would not recommend this, I've used good handful of these and it's basically a bandaid/gimmick.

It runs out quickly (then it gets stressful because you only done half),
It's awkward to use when it's not pointing downwards to some degree,
It doesn't last too long (wears out)
It's hard to fill in all the off white bits as typically the grout is larger than the pen.

You may aswell use paint and cover it, then scrub off the tile parts when it's semi dry. Or use some type of filler.
Edited by: "Inquisitor" 2nd Aug
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I would not recommend this, I've used good handful of these and it's basically a bandaid/gimmick.

It runs out quickly (then it gets stressful because you only done half),
It's awkward to use when it's not pointing downwards to some degree,
It doesn't last too long (wears out)
It's hard to fill in all the off white bits as typically the grout is larger than the pen.

You may aswell use paint and cover it, then scrub off the tile parts when it's semi dry. Or use some type of filler.
Edited by: "Inquisitor" 2nd Aug
Other than probably using it to touch up a mark or two, i've never really been overly fond of these products. I'd much rather get my multi-tool out and remove the old grout and apply new stuff.
Edited by: "Wizzfizz" 2nd Aug
This is the best stuff I've found - and stays usable for years
toolstation.com/for…440

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Edited by: "Moneyspider" 2nd Aug
Moneyspider02/08/2019 20:45

This is the best stuff I've found - and stays usable for …This is the best stuff I've found - and stays usable for yearshttps://www.toolstation.com/forever-white-grout-reviver-200ml/p50440[Image]


Thanks, I will get some of this. The reviews on screw fix are very positive.
A bead of thick bleach run along the grout worked really well on our bathroom tiles, the grout came up nice and white, although I did need the door and window wide open and lots of floor cloths to mop up the bleach on the floor and a change of shoes at the bathroom door, so I didn't trample it onto a carpet.
Edited by: "melted" 2nd Aug
as said above, pour bleach and leave for an hour for it to soak in then use a scouring pad. best get someone else to do it as well
I’d say the same as above. Neat bleach all over. We do it at work with a spray bottle before we leave for the day and the next morning its come up great. Does get on your chest a bit doing it like thatthough!
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