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A blend of Portland cement, chemical additives and fillers, it has hydrophobic properties that allow tile joints to resist water for up to one hour. Used for filling tile joints of width 1mm to 3mm in both interior and exterior areas, it is recommended for ceramic, vitrified, non-vitreous clay tile, natural stone and engineered stone/agglomerates. Ideal for floors and walls, it is suitable for wet areas too.

  • 1 Kg and 10 Kg

  • Approximate sq.ft. coverage per 10Kg bag of Aquashield.









    Glass Mosaic – 125 Sq.ft. to 130 Sq.ft. per 10kg

    1. Quantities shown are approximate and are given for estimating purposes only. Actual job site coverages may vary.
    2. It is always good practice when calculating coverage to allow for 10-15% additional material for wastage and spillage.

  • Available in 10 colours

  • ANSI: A 118.6
    EN 13888: CG2

  • • Unique cement based hydrophobic grout
    • Improved efflorescence control
    • Easy maintenance
    • Non-shrinking & non-cracking

    Mixing Ratio: Use approx. 400 ml of water or LATICRETE® 1776 Grout Admix Plus for 1Kg of Aquashield Grout.

  • When the tiles/ stones have set firm, spacers and bottom support can be removed.

    Cement based colour Grout

    Use LATICRETE® 600 Series Unsanded Grout / Aquashield Grout (available in a range of colours) when grout joints are less than 3 mm wide and LATICRETE® 500 Series Sanded Grout Filler (available in a range of colours) for joints 3mm – 12mm.

    The Cement based colour joints are strong and are resistant to weather, cracking and discolouration.

    Mixing Ratio:

    LATICRETE® 600 Series Unsanded Grout/ Aquashield : LATICRETE® 1776

    10kg bag         : 3.75 ltr

    LATICRETE®  500 Series Sanded Grout : LATICRETE® 1776

    10 kg bag             : 1.75 ltr

    Mix the grout filler with LATICRETE® 1776 Latex Admix, mix only enough that can be used in 30 min or less. Clean up immediately before beginning next mix.

    When applying, the grout joints should be free of dirt, debris or tile spacers.  Sponge or wipe dust/dirt of tile faces and remove water standing in joints.  Pack joints full and free of voids with rubber grouting float.  Remove excess grout from tile faces using edge of rubber float and diagonal strokes (at 45° angle to direction of joints). When the joints have set, use a moist sponge to remove excess grout from the tile and joint. Use minimal water for clean up. Final clean up to remove any grout haze should be carried out within the next 12 – 24 hours.

  • Residential, commercial, external facades and wet areas.