MYK LATICRETE SP-100 Tile Joint is a Stain Resistant, Water Resistant & Germ Resistant grout for Floor & Wall. MYK LATICRETE SP-100 Tile-Joint is suitable for ceramic tiles, vitrified tiles, marble and stone, especially in stain prone areas such as kitchens and washrooms.

Data Sheets MYK LATICRETE SP-100 Tile Joint

Material Safety Sheets MYK LATICRETE SP-100 Tile Joint PART A

Material Safety Data Sheets MYK LATICRETE SP-100 Tile Joint PART B

Material Safety Data Sheets MYK LATICRETE SP-100 Tile Joint PART C

FAQ’s MYK LATICRETE SP-100 Tile Joint

Features & Benefits

  • 100% Stainfree
  • Strong and durable
  • Chemical and temperature resistant
  • Anti-bacterial and anti-fungal

Product Details

Packaging Net weight 1/5th unit - 1 kg & 1 unit - 5 kg. Factory proportioned unit consisting of three conveniently packed components - Hardner, Resin (part A and Part B) and coloured filler Powder (Part C) Coverage Color Available in a range of more than 36 colours Certification
  • ANSI: A 118.3
  • EN 13888: RG2

How to apply

Surface Preparation:
  • Before starting to grout, remove debris in grout joints and lightly sponge the tile surface to remove dust and dirt.
  • Do not clean tiles with acid cleaners. In case acid cleaners were used to clean the tiles, ensure to wash the area with plenty of water before commencing grouting.
  • Substrate temperature must between 60°F (16°C) and 90°F (32°C).
Mixing 
  • Empty entire contents of LATAPOXY® SP-100 Stain free Grout Part “A” and Part “B” container into a clean mixing pail.
  • Mix with a margin trowel or a slow speed drill mixer until liquids are completely blended. Add at least ¾ of MYK LATICRETE SP-100 Tile joint Part “C” Filler Powder and mix to a uniform consistency.
  • Add the remaining filler powder and mix to achieve a stiff mix to work into the joints.
  • Immediately pour entire contents of bucket onto working area. Use a plastic sheet as a drop cloth. Use standard epoxy grouting techniques to work with SP-100 tile joints.
  • SP-100 Tile joint can also be applied with a caulking gun. Be sure all grout joints are packed full.
  • Remove as much excess material as possible before initial cleaning with grout float. Do not leave excess grout on the face of tiles.
Cleaning Remove excess grout from the face of the tiles with the edge of the grout float. Hold the float at a 90° angle and pull it diagonally across the joints and tile to avoid pulling out the material. Initial Cleaning: After 30-45 min of the application of the grout scrub the surface of the tile & joint with clean water and scrubber provided to remove any excess grout. Then take a clean thick white towel and drag across the tile to remove any residue. Final Cleaning: Within 24 hours do a second cleaning with normal soap detergent to remove any haze from the tile.
Areas of Application Kitchens, bathrooms, swimming pools, fountains, water bodies, hospitals,operation theatres, sterilization rooms, restaurants, cafeterias, light industrial applications and high traffic areas.   Suitable Substrates
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