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Paint For Grout Lowes: A Comprehensive Guide

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Grout is an essential part of any tiling job, but it can be difficult to keep clean and looking like new. Luckily, there is a solution: paint for grout. At Lowes, you can find a wide range of products designed to help you refresh and rejuvenate your grout. In this guide, we’ll explore the different types of paint for grout available at Lowes, how to choose the right one for your needs, and how to apply it for the best results.

Types of Paint for Grout

There are several types of paint for grout available at Lowes. The most common options include epoxy, acrylic, and latex-based paints. Epoxy paint is the most durable and long-lasting option, but it can be difficult to apply and requires a lot of prep work. Acrylic paint is easy to apply and dries quickly, but it may not be as durable as epoxy. Latex-based paint is the most affordable option, but it may not last as long as other types of paint.

Choosing the Right Paint for Your Grout

To choose the right paint for your grout, consider the condition of your grout, the color you want, and the level of durability you need. If your grout is in good condition but just needs a refresh, a latex-based paint may be sufficient. If your grout is damaged or discolored, you may want to choose a more durable option like epoxy or acrylic paint. Consider the color of your tiles and choose a paint that will complement them.

Preparing Your Grout for Painting

Before you start painting, you need to prepare your grout. Start by cleaning it thoroughly with a grout cleaner and letting it dry completely. If your grout is damaged, you may need to repair it before painting. Use a grout saw to remove any damaged grout and fill in the gaps with new grout. Once your grout is clean and repaired, use painter’s tape to protect your tiles from any stray paint.

Applying the Paint

When applying paint to your grout, it’s important to work in small sections and use a small paintbrush or roller. Apply the paint in thin, even coats, and be sure to cover all of the grout lines. Let each coat dry completely before applying the next. Depending on the type of paint you choose, you may need to apply multiple coats for the best results.

Finishing Touches

Once your paint has dried completely, remove the painter’s tape and clean up any stray paint with a damp cloth. If you used epoxy paint, you may need to apply a sealant to protect the paint and prevent it from chipping or peeling. Be sure to follow the manufacturer’s instructions for sealing your grout.


Painting your grout is a simple and affordable way to refresh the look of your tiles and keep them looking like new. At Lowes, you can find a wide range of paint for grout options to suit your needs and budget. By following these tips and choosing the right paint, you can transform your grout and enjoy a beautiful, refreshed tiled surface for years to come.