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Grout Guide: Should I Seal my Tile and Stone?
Liquid sealers on unglazed tiles or natural stone, provide protection against stains, water penetration, can reduce wear and is very important to the life of the tile. An unglazed tile or porous tile should be sealed before grouting to prevent the grout from staining the tile.
Sealing your tile or stone is very important with regards to keeping out water penetration which can lead to mold and mildew growth. We recommend purchasing a sealer which can be applied indoors or outdoors and provides maximum protection for your natural stone and masonry. Find a product formulated with advanced, water-based properties to protect against tough oil and water-based stains which will increase the life of your interior or exterior stone and tile.