Norcros Patio Grout Cornish Crème

Norcros Patio Grout Cornish Crème

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Norcros Patio Grout Cornish Crème gives a perfect finish when paired with our lighter shades of paving and tiles, like our Beige Smooth Sandstone or Florence Beige Porcelain Paving. This versatile patio and tile grout can be used both internally and externally with all types of paving and tiles. The patio grout can also be used for walling due to its flexible qualities. Before buying, we recommend that all customers read our Product Guide.
Product TypePointing
Material TypeCementitious coloured powder
Country Of OriginUK
Application MethodTile Float
Container TypeMultilayer paper bag
Application Surface Temperature5 - 30˚C
CoverageRefer to product calculator
Curing Time24 hours @ 20˚C
Storage & Shelf LifeStore in dry interior conditions away from direct sunlight between 5°C and 30°C. The product has a shelf life of 12 months from date of manufacture.
PPE RequirementsAvoid contact with eyes and skin. Wear latex gloves and protective clothing during application.
Recommended ForPorcelain, Sawn Limestone, Brazilian Slate, DesignClad
Working Time2 hours @ 20˚C
Equipment RequiredBuckets, paddle mixer, water, tile float, sponges, trowel, pointing tool
Joint Width2-20mm
Pointing PreparationIt is recommended to wait at least 7-14 days before pointing. It can help to dampen natural paving before grouting to help reduce the risk of picture framing. Prior to grouting the open grout joints clean, dry and free of residues. Porous or textured tiles/slabs may require sealing before grouting with a suitable impregnating sealer. If in doubt trial an inconspicuous area to check for staining and correct colour before commencing.
MixingInto a clean pail add 1 part of cold water and gradually introduce approximately 4 to 5 parts of grout powder. Mix using a low-speed drill and mixing paddle continuously until a smooth, lump free blend is achieved. At 20°C the mixed grout will have a long pot life of around 2 hours, no further water should be added after the initial mixing.
Application ProcessUsing a soft rubber grout float apply the material with diagonal sweeping movements to the grout joints, taking care to fully compress the grout into the full depth of the joints. Work in manageable areas, and clean off any residues when the grout has begun to firm up in the joints but not before it sets on the tile face. Cleaning with a damp and not overly wet clean foam rubber sponge will provide best results. Changing the cleaning water as it becomes contaminated with grout residues will also aid cleaning. When the grout has set, any remaining grout film can be polished off the surface with a clean damp cloth. N.B. Do not over wet the grout as this will result in a weakened grout joint and can also cause efflorescence, a white soluble salt, to form on the surface of the finished grout joint. Refer to the product guide for further information.
Cleaning ToolsWash all tools frequently to avoid material bonding to them
Cleaning During ApplicationAlways keep a clean sponge and water available for wiping off any excess or spillages from paving


Can withstand a light jet wash, be careful not to get too close which could damaged the joint

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Delivery Cost

£10 standard courier charge, up to 25kg

£20 standard courier charge, up to 50kg

£45 per micro pallet charge, up to 250kg per pallet

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Cancel up to 14 days from the date of delivery. Products to be returned in the same condition and packaging. No returns for bespoke or pre-sealed items.

You will be responsible for returning the material to London Stone. Collection can be made by us but this will incur a collection cost.

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