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White or Light Grey Grout Marker Pens + EXTRA 10% Off

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Latest Deals has worked with Discount Experts to show you the deal on these White or Light Grey Grout Marker Pen. Just enter the code DEMAY10 at the checkout to drop the price down to £3.59.

  • Paint over imperfections with the White or Light Grey Grout Marker Pen
  • Super easy to use - simply draw over stains and marks in your grout
  • Just clean and dry your grout, colour in marks and then wipe excess off with a cloth
  • Freshens up old floors and walls in moments
  • With a small 2mm felt-tip for extra precision
  • Dimensions: 14cm x 1.4cm
  • Choose from 2 colours: white or light grey
  • Available in a pack of 2 or 4 pens

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  • £3.59 for a pack of 2 pens
  • £6.29 for a pack of 4 pens
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JemmaLarge
JemmaLarge2 months ago

Great price! But please be aware that I tried to redecorate my bathroom grout using these and one pen only covers a very small area. One small wall took me three pens, so please be mindful of how many you would have to buy. If you are using them to clean up small areas then I think that would be great, but otherwise I would stick to buying the grout you want premixed and do it yourself properly!

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Stapmevitals
Stapmevitals2 months ago

Agree.

However, if you want to whiten (or colour) up your wall tile grout, you can actually use good old emulsion paint.

First clean any mould off and dry the area. Then :

Just put a blob on your finger, and rub it in, then immediately wipe of the excess.

And no : it doesn't wash off.

I have not yet tried it on the floor, or the shower area, but l can assure you that the ones l have done look very perky, clean and bright.

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JemmaLarge
JemmaLarge2 months ago

Stapmevitals I haven't tried emulsion paint! What a great tip!

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Stapmevitals
Stapmevitals2 months ago

Yup. A great little hack.

Make sure you use thick matt emulsion.

If you want a couple of examples, just let me know.

JemmaLarge

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lizreidx
lizreidx2 months ago

Thanks for sharing this with us,

I was going to buy these,I would need loads,and I've not got a steady hand.

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cookiewithcarro
cookiewithcarro2 months ago

Stapmevitals my dad used to have a decorating company and he used oil - based paint just like you described (I'm not sure if it's different from emulsion) on kitchen tiles when a client wanted to clean them. He did it at home several times too, to the point it would not work anymore. He's on LD too, I will ask him if it worked on bathroom tiles too (we have wood in the bathroom).

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Stapmevitals
Stapmevitals2 months ago

Emulsion, is water based paint and easier to handle and clean up, and l imagine one of the super tough kitchen/bathroom/scrubbable/steam resistant paints would be more robust in a damp environment. The beauty of emulsion is that you really scub it into the grout so it leaves a thin impregnated film on the original grout, and the clean up is blissfully easy.

Simple to colour change too, as water based products adhere easily to other water based products (if clean). Hope that helps... cookiewithcarro

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ivenailedit
ivenailedit2 months ago

Stapmevitals thanks, you‘re very knowledgeable. Will be sorting bathroom out & my word the grouting needs attention. Will be buying Matt emulsion for sure

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MerissaHill
MerissaHill2 months ago

Been meaning to purchase one of these for a while! thank you for reminding me. great price too

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Mark007
Mark0072 months ago

I want to use in my some place to correct.so i like to order. Thanks for posting this product

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PauletteW
PauletteW2 months ago

Thanks for posting. I bought some before I read the previous comments. Oh dear, that's what I get for being impulsive.

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mariahowe46500
mariahowe465002 months ago

I'm going to order some of these to freshen up the grout, thankyou for sharing

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Firedragon
Firedragon2 months ago

Thanks for sharing. I think these will be great to freshen up the tiles. Good job

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sarahc1427
sarahc14272 months ago

That’s a great idea! I need something for my bathroom tiles so this looks like it will do the job.

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