Grout Bully Review




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If you are one of those home owners who like to have everything around your house spic and span, you probably spend hours every day trying to clean the grout with a scraper. That’s because the grout in your bathroom, kitchen floor is one of the hardest places to clean and gets stained easily because of the presence of mold and bacteria in the house.

 

Grout Bully
Regular scrapers are tedious to use while you can get paint pens; but you only get them in white and they don’t work on large grout lines. For that you need Grout Bully, which not only cleans grout but also renews it as it were freshly regrouted. Now save yourself huge repair bills with the help of Grout Bully, which is effective and easy to use.

Grout Bully works wonders when it comes to cleaning grout because it uses a strong nanotechnology formula that gets through the grout and rids it of mold, mildew, germs and bacteria. When the main reason behind staining grout is eliminated it’s easy to get a crystal clear finish that would be suited for showroom display.

You can use Grout Bully on the floor in your kitchen, bathroom, walls and also kitchen counters. All you need to do is line it against your grout line and gently press down and apply. You can wipe off the excess and see the results. Grout Bully covers about 500 square feet area, making it highly feasible and it saves you a lot of time as well.

Grout Bully FAQs

What colors is Grout Bully available in?
Grout Bully is available in White, Black, Grey, Terra Cotta and Tan colors. More colors may be included in future.

Does Grout Bully work on all surfaces?
No. Grout Bully should be avoided on porous surfaces like unpolished granite and marble, unfinished stone and underwater areas of pools or ponds.

Can Grout Bully replace missing grout like chipped off chunks?
Grout Bully only cleans and renews old grout and does not work as substitute for missing grout. Fill in missing grout lines before applying Grout Bully.

How often does one need to reapply Grout Bully?
Depending on your maintenance of floors, you need only one application of Grout Bully. Only in high traffic areas, you may need reapplication.

What areas can I use Grout Bully?
Grout Bully can be used practically anywhere with a Grout Line whether on kitchen counters and floors, Bathroom floors, Outdoor tiles, etc. Grout Bully cleans and renews your tiles and also gives the floors instant makeover.

What are the instructions to use Grout Bully?
Shake Grout Bully well, squeeze gently and apply on grout line, let it dry for 2 minutes and finally use the chamois side of Bully Eraser to wipe off the excess Grout Bully.

Why aren’t different sized applicators available with Grout Bully?
The one size fits all approach is used to prevent customers from buying wrong sized applicators and wasting unused applicators.

Where is Grout Bully shipped?
All 50 States of US, and Canada.

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What do I get?
• Grout Bully
• Color enhancer
• 5 brilliant color chargers: white, tan, gray, black, and terra cotta
• BONUS: 6 MAGICAL ERASERS WITH CHAMOIS
by paying just the additional P&H charge of $7.95

You can order Grout Bully at www.GroutBully.com for $19.95 plus $15.90 processing and handling.

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  1. Darlene says:

    I bough this at Fry’s for $10 on a whim. We live in an old house with very old grout in the bathrooms. Mine is brown no matter how much cleaning I do. I tried the Grout Bully and I love it. I had to use it a little at a time (or I was stepping in it), so I did a few feet, let it dry, came back, did a few more….the worst areas required reapplying. The product was a little difficult to get flowing, but once I had the trick of pressing directly down to depress the little button that allows the product to flow, it went well. I also had to wet the chamois cloth to get it to really work at removing the product.

    Grout Bully worked GREAT. I never thought I’d see the floor grout white in my lifetime, but there it is and I love it. There were even some cracks in the light-colored tile from our foundation shifting that filled in with the white GB and are now invisible.

    I love this product. It may be paint, but I don’t care. I’d buy it and use it again.

  2. Jeremy Palis says:

    10463-6349

  3. Pat Sparks says:

    I wish I could say I tried the product. I received it but they sent me the wrong color. I called today to get the color I ordered and paid for but they told me I called too late and it’s past the 30 days. Due to traveling, I did not get a chance to look at this box until 4 months later. Once I opened I noticed immediately, they sent Terra cotta instead of tan. When I talked to the young…and I mean young..lady on the phone, she was scripted and no matter how much I tried, she didn’t budget and told me I cannot exchange it. I said, I’m not asking for my money back, I’m simply asking you send me the product I ordered but nothing. I asked to speak to her superior and she said, ‘they’re just going to tell you the same thing’. I said I don’t care, I want to talk to someone other than you. Now I was furious. Of course no one came to the phone, because the person was “busy”!! This company has no sense of customer satisfaction. They obviously have no idea what that is. I have placed a complaint with the BBB and I noticed there’s quite a few complaints there for this company. I am now going to contact our local TV station and mention they scammed me out of my money because they refuse to send me the product I ordered. So consumers beware!! This company is nothing but a ripoff and the fact they don’t even care if you’re satisfied or not, is of no concern to them. I wonder how they sleep at night? Their ‘so called’ return policy starts out with “Our goal is for you to be 100% satisfied…” but obviously it’s just words that are not backed up by this very unprofessional company.

  4. Michael wright says:

    I love grout bully. I bought it at CVS and could not believe how great it works. My floor looks Brand new.

  5. Michael says:

    This product is amazing. My bathroom Floor looks brand new. I love it.

  6. Kathy Robinson says:

    Grout Bully is a joke. It is nothing but glorified shoe polish. It is difficult to get out of the bottle and the “liquid” hardly covers the grout much less colors it. DO NOT waste your money on this product!

  7. Rachel says:

    I purchased the grout with my credit card on 11-17-11 and never received my order. I called customer service on 3-27-12 to imply about my order, I told them to either send me my purchase or return my money, they told me to fax them a copy of my credit card receipt in which I did (with a successful fax confirmation) and that someone would get back to me, nobody ever did. WARNING, DO NOT BUY FROM GROUT BULLY, IT’S A SCAM!

  8. Greg says:

    Asking the professionals out there… and I personally haven’t tried this idea. However, the whole Shoe Polish complaint thing brought a thought to mind. Would using actual Liquid Shoe Polish and then using a Grout Sealer not work? I know one would be limited to White, Black and Brown. For a around five to six dollars for a 12oz bottle of Grout Sealer at Home Depot and a couple of bucks for the polish this may be a cost effective solution.

  9. Brenda Engle says:

    Our ceramic tile-kitchen, eat in area, 2 and 1/2 bathrooms are all almost 20 years old. The builder did not seal any of the grout. I do not need to tell you about the dirt and grime. Disgusting. I have just completed almost 3/4 of the project. The grout was so dirty that I had to repeat 2 and 3 times with the Grout Bully. Now, I have new and beautiful looking tile! The product is a miracle for us. We have tried everything to clean to no avail until Grout Bully. Thanks for a wonderful product.

    • Sandra on the west coast says:

      I Saw this on TV & bought it at Bartelles. It really works, you need to take your time. My floors look Great. In areas that are really bad I had to reapply. We live in a RV & replaced the carpet with tile 3 Yrs. ago. We also have 3 small dogs. Go to one of the stores that sell it, spent the $10.00 & try it on a small area in your home. I steam clean my floors also every day & it does not come off when I steam clean. One thing you need to have the area your working in well vended. I would buy this again.

  10. Robert Z says:

    Guys and ladies. It is what it is. Grout Buddy applied nicely, but the chamois sponge was not good to get the remainder of the grout buddy. I used a dampened Scotch Brite Non-scratch sponge. Worked great. You have to wait at least 2 hours for it to dry. Re-apply areas that were not covered completely. Keep in mind when you have ceramic floors that are slightly etched, the excess is more difficult to remove. The ad showed a perfectly smooth surface. After 2 hours it seemed fine. The real test will be how it holds up to a steamy shower tomorrow. For those who feel you got ripped off, it does what it says it does. It didn’t say it will last forever. For the meantime, it worked fine for me, just a little more effort than what’s on the ad. Otherwise, they wouldn’t be able to sell the product.

  11. Another Busy Mom says:

    I did wait over a month to get it, but it is easy to use. You have to expect some work. The amount of work required was reasonable for this type of improvement. I’m sorry for the others’ bad experiences, but mine worked great! I am in love with Grout Bully. It made my nine-year old grout look awesome. Not perfect, but much improved!!

  12. Roxie B says:

    DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT. IT IS SHOE POLISH. WHEN IT GETS WET IT JUST COMES OFF. THEY ALSO CHARGE YOU MORE THAN THEY ADVERTISE.

  13. Desiree Ann Watson says:

    When I got Grout Bully, they sent me bottle that was completely hard. In other words, when you squeeze it to get it out of the bottle, nothing comes out. Also when I tried to call the phone number they have listed on website and on packing slip, it does not exist. In other words, there is no phone number. I want my money back and I am writing to tell them so.

  14. Matt says:

    Ok there are products that are absolute crap and then there is Grout Bully. You see the commercial and you are like wow what a great idea but let me tell you the product is worthless. It would be better to color your grout with permanent marker and it would probably last longer too. Not only is grit bully temporary, as in it wears off, but it is almost impossible to spread and extremely time-consuming plus it costs a lot of money. I can not believe that its inventor can stand up for such a horrible and utterly useless product. It is shameful and I hope he issued for very last cent he made from this garbage product.

  15. Customer Service Rep says:

    As a rep for this company, I have to say YOU ARE ALL IDIOTS. I am a rep for every single “As Seen On TV” product. I hear the same thing everyday, just a different product. “Where is my product? I am not paying shipping and handling! , my order number is #6352462358 , does this product really work ? , I bought this product from Wal-Mart and they won’t refund me, I want a supervisor, I am calling the BBB! Etc”

    First, its on a back order, people who place their order when we get some in stock will get it before you, ohhh? You are not paying the shipping and handling?? Then you are not getting the product, simple as that. No your order number does not start with a 6, it starts with a 1 and its only 7 numbers long, no this product doesn’t work for everyone, if you buy it from Wal-Mart they have to refund you, we don’t have an account for you, supervisors don’t want to talk to you and everything we say they are going to tell you too, waste of your time , call the BBB , when placing an order you sign a contract with all the fine print or complaints as listed on this website. Also we don’t want to hear your life stories, we don’t care that you are on a back order. As far as I am concern if I can’t go to the store and buy it now, I am not going to buy it.

    This all goes for Grout Bully, Happy Nappers, Cuddle Uppets, Silver Sonic, Egg Genie, Genie Beauty Products, Olivia And Joy , Stallone, Uniscience , Copper Patch , Phytalife, Phytarthocaps, Vital Max, Wakame, Ridigerm, Slim Chu, Vantage , Press Dough, iRenew Bracelet, Jack Rack and much much more. I use to be nice, but after being screamed at and threatened and sworn at, you all wonder why customer service is rude, look how you treat us. Remember we are just a very small part of the company; we don’t even have a phone number to contact corp.

    • Nope says:

      Then get a different job.

      • pete pow pow says:

        WOW, if this is your idea of Customer service, you should find another job ! Just your comment alone has made me not want to purchase. Along with all of the reviews of not being a good product, not your dreamed up “back order” (make more to keep up then) problem, I am more concerned with use issues, I can wait a few weeks ! Get your ACT together, buddy !

    • cindy says:

      I think you need to get out of the customer service business. Get a job that doesn’t interact with any humans or animals. Just saying.

  16. t winters says:

    Worst pile of crap ever. Don’t waste your money on this stuff.

  17. buddy larsen says:

    PLEASE turn your commercials down –for God’s Sake, people! How bad do you need to sell your product? THAT bad? Are you crazy? Seriously –are you CRAZY?

  18. Drew says:

    I have seen the commercials, but I did not purchase this product because all it appears to do is “paint” the grout. I should mention that I have over 10 yrs experience selling cleaning products to restaurants—which will have a much heavier soil load than what you will find in your house. Actually “cleaning” your grout can be quite easy if you know the correct procedures. Pick your floor cleaner and properly mix it according to the instructions. You will then need to slop that solution onto the floor, creating a bit of a puddle, and let it sit for 3-5 minutes. The “time factor” is critical… in fact, it may mention this on the label. Once you allow this time to pass, use a scrub brush (preferably with a long handle) on the grout lines….understand that I hate to use the word “scrub” because that implies hard work. You’ll actually only need to agitate with the scrub brush with light pressure because the chemistry of the cleaner will have already done the heavy lifting. You’ll just need to agitate to remove the soil the product has loosened up. You’ve probably burnt something on a pot or pan before, so you know that trying to cleaning it right away is pointless…so what do you do? Let it soak for awhile and the job is a lot easier…it’s the exact same concept. Give it a shot if you want “clean” grout, if you’re just looking for a color change…well I guess this is the product for you.

    • Drew says:

      Another note… I have read a few more posts and I have seen that someone spent 4 hrs prepping their grout with a putty knife…you may need to repeat the procedure above more than once, depending upon how heavy the build up in the grout lines are. Please understand…it may take a little time, but recovering your grout lines should not be a labor intensive process.

  19. joan larkin says:

    We purchased the Grout Bully, it was a total WASTE OF MONEY!! It does not work. You could use white shoe polish & it would do just as good. As some of the others said, WE GOT SCAMMED AGAIN. BUT HOPEFULLY LEARNED OUR LESSON ABOUT BUYING SUCH crap …. DO NOT BUY IT!!

    • blondylyn says:

      I absolutely agree! I was going to write a review but yours is what I was going to say-WHITE SHOE POLISH! I knew it was too good to be true but I was looking for an easy answer. Oh well, only costs $10 at Walmart and I’m not in the kitchen much so hopefully, it will last a bit longer for me.

  20. william weiss says:

    I would love to leave a Grout Bully review. I ordered on 3-6-2012 and have received no conformation ! Today is Monday 4-9-2012. We finished laying new tile last week, it would sure look nice w/Grout Bully to accent the tile. My order # is 6346664396496 . I know you will give this your undivided attention. Thank you in advance for your expedited work.

    William R Weiss Jr.

  21. Cheryl says:

    I am not very impressed with their salesmanship of this product. They said when I ordered would be shipped 2 to 6 weeks. It has now been just over 10 weeks and I still don’t have my order. Buyers beware.

  22. Brut says:

    I used the Grout Bully and re-ordered for tan this time. But, I ordered it from Carol Wrights gifts online. The reviews from Grout Bully were not the nicest and was worried about delivery.

    I used it the first time before Christmas and followed instructions. It was for the kitchen tiled floor. Before using the old grout was yucky to say the least. After more than 4 months now it still looks great. After drying for a few days I coated the floor with a sealer for the tiles also.

    Works for me.

  23. Matt Pentecost says:

    As someone who cleans tile and grout and applies color seal professionally, I see many problems with this product. Unfortunately if the grout is not cleaned and “prepped” properly you are asking for many problems down the road such as flaking, peeling, etc. I have personally seen this exact thing happen. Talk about a nightmare! The commercial shows the best case scenario….smooth edged glazed ceramic tile with recessed grout lines. These are just a few of the things I look for before I price color sealing jobs. This is one of those things that even when applied by someone who is educated on proper application, is very tedious and time consuming.

  24. Ruth Leavitt says:

    I bought and tried Grout Bully today! It is a complete waste of money! I was totally dissatisfied with this product. It did not work as stated and I ended up with a big mess to scrub off! As seen on TV products are a scam as far as I am concerned. They never do as promised. I always say, if it looks to good to be true, IT IS! I am embarrassed to say I fell for this one. NEVER AGAIN will I fall for these worthless products.

  25. Dan says:

    Grout Bully doesn’t work as easily as advertised, but it does work. If you’re willing to take the time and properly prep the surface it definitely works. There is no substitute for hard work. I spent about 3 or 4 hours of prep time cleaning out all of the grout lines with a putty knife (not removing the grout, just scraping off the gunk on top of it), then I spent about a 1/2 hour applying and wiping off grout bully and now the floor looks brand new. I also bought a grout sealer and sealed it the next day. AND YOU DON’T HAVE TO ORDER ONLINE. You can buy it a WalMart for $10.00. The sponges that come with it are useless though, just use a regular sponge or a face cloth, and keep rinsing it as you go.

  26. Kaylee says:

    I just bought it tonight from Walmart and used it…I’m glad it only cost me 10 bucks….definitely a waste of money! It’s paint, it doesn’t clean as it says and it’s extremely hard to wipe the excess away! I’m 9 months pregnant and was certain scrubbing the tiles would send me into labor (that would have made the 10 dollar loss worth it!) I wouldn’t recommend it to anyone and I won’t use it again! If you don’t mind a half a**, cheap looking job then the product might be “OK” for you!

  27. Tile guy says:

    As a pro I used grout bully and was impressed with the easy application. Wipe on and wipe off. Very clever. Ingenious idea. I used the grey in one room and then used the beige to change a rooms grout from white to beige. Unbelievable! So simple. It cost so little to do a real effective job. I saved a lot. And all for around $20.

  28. Pat says:

    I ordered on January 3, 2012 and still haven’t gotten it yet. They didn’t use my card so I emailed and cancelled order. Think I will just try something else after reading all the complaints.

  29. TOM S. says:

    Thanks to all who took the time to share their experiences on the Grout Bully product. I too shy away from infomercials and the tenor of the comments to date certainly give one pause before embarking on this RIP-OFF venture. Where ARE the credit card companies in all this? Why have they not been shut down by now? Where is the state Consumer Protection Agency and what are they doing? I’ve contended for a long, long time that the media who present this garbage for the consumer to buy into have a responsibility to protect their audience beyond the statement “the views and claims expressed by the advertiser are not necessarily shared by this station” (paraphrased, I’m sure). I think they have a fiduciary and moral responsibility to review their advertisers and their product claims. I think that they should NOT be lending credibility to baseless scams and money-grubbing companies. As far as shipping, this particular product (multiple tubes, even) would fit in a USPS $5.25 mailer. The remaining excess costs represent an unconscionable attempt to part the public from their hard earned money. Shame on such practices and the people who perpetrate and commit such felonious schemes. I guess such companies will continue to exist, sadly, because there is still a segment of the populace who believe almost everything they see or hear in the way of TV advertising and consequently fall victim to such scams. Unfortunate, I believe that a lot of them are the ones who can least afford to lose that much money to these get rich quick schemers.

    Well….sorry for the rant……was really interested in the product possibilities until I read these reviews. Whew…..again…..thanks to all who shared and who certainly helped shape my negative opinion about this company.

    • ED says:

      The last two sentences of your first paragraph says it all. Too many people are conned into buying this worthless stuff. And the problem is, they keep coming back for more. They are addicted to “As seen on TV” junk. And as you say it’s the ones who can least afford to lose that much money. That’s what these advertisers are after.

  30. Marcy says:

    Hello everyone,

    I used the Grout Bully on my kitchen tiles and it works great but instead of using the shammy try using a old damp cloth and then go in circular motions it will take it off alot easier. And also I work for Walgreens and we have a “as seen on TV dept where we sells things that are seen on TV” and guess what? we finally got in YUP THE GROUT BULLY so check your local stores and that will save on shipping. Have a great day!!!

  31. Chloe says:

    Whether or not Grout Bully is a paint. It works. Hated the shipping charges to be honest but as far as product itself goes Yes it stays on, it doesn’t run. I had no problems. I’ve literally had it for 5 months and it still looks good. The mold hasn’t come through at all. So sealant, colorant, grout cleaner, paint. I really don’t care. My bathroom floor looks so different now.

  32. benotasucker says:

    Wow good thing I didnt buy this crap. The internet is good for uncovering such scams. 4 weeks delivery. runs when wet…

    My experience is that I called the 800 # by accident while trying to save it to my contacts. The damn company kept calling me back – like a recorded prank call. Only found out its grout bully only by calling it back. Then I knew this company was not on the level with folk. Times are tough but do we really have to lose our manners. Shame on you grout – you are a bully!

    NYC is infested with grout mildew you could have made a killing!
    -D

  33. Lynda K. says:

    Why not just go to Home Depot and get Polyblend Grout Renew–8 oz bottle for $11.48 or any of the other colored grout sealers that are available locally? It really is just as easy to use and lasted for well over a year on the white grout of my kitchen floor. I just do refreshers in the areas needed. It comes in many different shades. It is also fast drying which it seems this Grout Bully stuff is not. Besides if you don’t like it, you can easily return it.

    • Brie says:

      Lynda, I tried the Polyblend and I didn’t like it. It was too diluted to stay on for a long time. The consistency of it wasn’t what I expected so I did end up returning it. I ordered the Grout Bully this morning. I have mixed feeling about the reviews I’m seeing so I hope they get proven wrong. I really need to fix my grout lines.

  34. Nelson says:

    I have not yet used Grout bully, but I did get the bill. An e-mail was sent to me with the charge amount of $55.89, when I receive the charge it was $60.84 instead. I replied back to the e-mail with the question, why was I charged more than the original price? I received no response. So when ordering make sure you watch what you have been charged.

    Confused!!

  35. Victor August says:

    I have been waiting over two months for a delivery. That is not very good service.

  36. Avery says:

    Y’all had the shipping issue too? My shipment came in 4 weeks which to be honest I feel is a long time for such a small delivery. Anyhow I actually bought Grout Bully for my sister because she always complaints about the dirt in her bathroom. She raises small kids and it’s impossible to keep her tiles clean. I wanted to report that this stuff works the way it says. Drying time is longer than advertised but it took such a huge weight off her shoulder let me tell ya. Angies happy as a clam now.

  37. Deanna Cruz says:

    Can anyone get this stuff out of the tube?? I got a little bit out and it looks awesome but it’s impossible to get more out of this thing. I feel like I’m doing something wrong or missing a step. Someone help?

  38. Holly Brooks says:

    “Floor makeover package” $49.99 and you get free shipping, I’ll take it. Stopped by here to see what everyone else said, some are good, some are bad, some just complain about slow and expensive shipping. Hopefully mine doesn’t take long to ship. Has anyone use this yet? dos it work?

  39. Belina Myrto says:

    Used Grout Bully on my outdoor tiles. Not a good idea. Had rainfall soon after and hated seeing it all pretty much “melt away”.

    Used it indoors this time in my bathroom. It looks surprisingly good. kind of hard to get on corners but I improvised and made it work. Still waiting for it to dry so will update once it does.

  40. Catherine McMillan says:

    Tried Grout Bully on my kitchen tiles. Bought the terracotta one. shipping charges were hefty. Wish I had the free shipping up-sell option when I ordered.

    Anyway I ended up using grout bully with a paint brush so I didn’t waste any with the thick applicator (which defeats the purpose of “how easy it is” but then again my grout line is soo thin.) It was a time consuming project but nonetheless my floors look really good. I’m hoping this isn’t short lived. I’m hoping it stays on. I don’t have any small children so I do have control over dirty shoes and messes but hopefully it wont just ware off. Loving the look though.

  41. Fortuna says:

    Grout Bully was a total nightmare for me. I applied it exactly as the instructions told me. I let it dry for even much longer then the two hours they tell you to, I let it dry over night before I let anyone in my family use the shower. The next morning my husband was covered in white stuff screaming at me, “what did you do to our shower”. As if it was time consuming enough applying the stupid stuff I had to rewash the bathroom the next day making sure every bit of the stuff was really off as we also have a three year old and I did not want any toxic chemical getting on him if I gave him a bath. And the product did not even completely eliminate the stains like it claims. Did anyone have a similar experience? Does anyone know a better way to clean tiles? The only way I have found so far that works is bleach and it is so toxic, I was so sad that grout bully was not a good alternative. The customer service lady was nice though and even said I would get my shipping and handling charge refunded, not the cost of what it will to send it back.

    • Colby says:

      You’re suppose to let it dry for two minutes not two hours.

      • Brandie says:

        Colby , that is the stupidest reply on this website. Whether she let it dry 2hrs or 2 min. makes no difference in her situation. “The stuff came off when the water was turned on”, is what she is saying.

      • Ruth Leavitt says:

        Even at 2 minutes it is very hard to wipe off!! Complete waste of time to use this product.

  42. Sam Langely says:

    Just ordered the free shipping up charge. I guess for an extra 39 bucks you get extra tubes and pro caulk and erasers etc. and it eliminates any processing and handling charges so I took it. Id rather pay money for product than for just shipping alone. I literally keep seeing complaints on shipping I cant even take it anymore. Hope this stuff works.

    • KITTY FUSON says:

      I DON’T UNDERSTAND WHY EVERYONE SEEMS TO BE ORDERING THIS STUFF WHEN ITS AT WALMART IN THE AREA WHERE THE AS SEEN ON TV ITEMS ARE. I JUST STARTED USING IT SO I’M KEEPING MY FINGERS CROSSED THAT IT WORKS.

      ALSO IF YOUR WALMART DOESN’T HAVE IT GO ON WALMART WEBSITE AND ORDER IT FROM THERE. HAVE IT SHIPPED TO YOUR WALMART AND ITS FREE SHIPPING. GOOD LUCK (TO ME TOO)

  43. Jack Rohde says:

    Just got Grout Bully. Ordered what seems like forever ago. Overall it works. You have to wash the applicator tip or it dries.

  44. charles halasz says:

    I have ordered Grout Bully, but I cant use it. I followed direction, shook the container real hard, got my bathroom tiles ready, but nothing came out of the container, I squeezed the container hard as I could, but nothing came out. I have tried the second container to with the same result. It is the biggest scam. My advice to the consumers, don’t buy it! I can’t even send the product back, no return address.

    • Jack Rohde says:

      Charles I had the same issue. Did you find the blue button at the middle of the spongy applicator? once you press that button down the fluid will come out. It took me a while too. Let me know if that works.

  45. Joseph says:

    I did not confirm the purchase of this product. My credit card was charge about two months after I never confirmed to purchase this product on groutbully.com. As far as I’m concerned this was an unauthorized charge and they have no business charging my credit card two months after I inquired about the product on Groutbully.com. I did not confirm the purchase of this product because of the ridiculous shipping and handling charges. Seeing as I never confirmed this transaction I had expected all my money back ($27.52). I also spent $5.80 plus my time and travel to return the product and only received $10.63 back, so when it’s all said and done I had spent $33.32 on this product I never agreed to buy and only end up getting $4.83 back after subtracting the amount it cost me to send it back from the refund amount.

    I have a video review of this product. You can check it out with this link. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OXdG89R_yLU

  46. jon owens says:

    Have nothing good to say about Grout Bully-took forever to arrive, didn’t cover as advertised, didn’t clean off tile as advertised.

  47. Brandon Greenfield says:

    My wife uses the grout bully with comet. So she scrubs the floor clean first then applies the grout bully and it looks like new. Did you all receive yours? It worked for us :/

  48. Jordan Barrows says:

    Just got my shipment FINALLY! Reviews on shipping don’t look so good but here’s to hoping this thing works. I’d like to give it a chance.

  49. Donna says:

    I also check on the net about the grout bully product. Was not convinced to place an order. However I do use the grout pen, and it works great. Grout lines look like new. Also you can buy this at Lowes, I think home depot may carry it also. Hope this helps.

  50. Nathan says:

    Hello….I am Sherly. I believe that the appearance of your home projects out lifestyle. Hence, I always love my sweet home to be clean and uncluttered. But one can hardly prevent the bathroom and kitchen floors from being dirty, isn’t it? I had all the cleaning material ready at my home. But they consumed a lot of my time and energy. I wanted something that can fix my bathroom filth in just few minutes. My sister informed me of Grout Bully, a cheap but effective product. I suffered from a lot of mildew, mold and germs in my kitchen and bathroom, despite of using expensive cleaning materials. So I thought of cross checking the product before I could actually buy it as I was looking for a perfect change. I googled different sites. And what I came across was infuriating! All the reviews on the sites groutbullyreviews.com, groutbullyreviews.net, groutbully.net, groutbully.org seemed to be made up. Infact these sites seemed to be the manufacturer sponsored sites. On intense surfing, I came across this site, which solved all my confusions. Finally, I decided NOT to buy Grout Bully and stick to my old ones. Thanks to all of you for sharing the most valuable and helpful experiences.

  51. chase says:

    This stuff is such a scam..When I read this site I went and bought a $2 bottle of white shoe polish…My grout lines look brand new now!!! Used a sponge to wipe off the tiles…PERFECT! DON’T BUY THIS PRODUCT!

    • jamila says:

      I was thinking of getting the Grout Bully but wanted to check the reviews before I did. Our bathroom tile is a mess and been looking for something to get it to look nice. Will try white shoe polish and see how that works. Thanks for the tip!

  52. Ann S says:

    There is a product made by Stone Care International that works great to color grout. Looks just like a magic marker. You clean the grout first and then apply. Comes in a few colors. I ordered some about 2 years ago and the pen finally dried up so I’ll order more. Worked great and a reputable company. Recommended by good housekeeping. Try it. You can order from their web site.

  53. Rusty Shackelford says:

    Am I the only person that realizes this is just paint?

  54. Rusty Shackelford says:

    Am I the only person who realizes that this stuff is just paint?

  55. sheri says:

    wow some very passionate people on here. Thanks for comments I to was thinking about trying to find it at store. Some times if you never find it in the local stores that is always a red flag. I have used as seen on tv products but have learned lesson by not buying it and paying shipping and handling. This company may have a good product however due to its bad customer service it will not be around long. If I owned the company I would read these reviews and send everyone there money back and complimentary merchandise. I know people make mistakes but I believe it is not how many mistakes you make but how you fix them. A little customer service goes a long way. You cant make everyone happy but you can try.

  56. brenda says:

    I purchased your product on 12-29-2011. Hasn’t arrived as of yet. When will it arrive the order # 6346075807243

  57. Beth M. says:

    Whew! I’m glad I read these reviews, thanks everyone!

    I saw the infomercial & called around to stores in my area that often carry “As seen on TV” products (some of them actually DO work well, like the Titan Peeler) because I would never order from TV or their website – not worth paying P&H if you can just get it locally. No stores in my area are carrying it yet, so I went online to check it out, and now I won’t EVER buy this product.

    I have a handheld Scuncii steam cleaner that works really well, even if it is a bit of a pain to operate – it’s non-toxic, uses NO chemicals & cleans like a charm! I recommend this steamer to anyone.

  58. Jane says:

    The commercial was way too loud. I do not know why screaming is productive. I just change the station or mute the volume. Then I make a mental note NEVER to buy a product when the Ads are so offensive.

  59. agnes says:

    Thanks to all for the valuable responses. will not purchase this product. Anyone notice that most TV infomercials boast sending twice the product, just pay additional shipping for the second product. This reaks of scam.

    • KAREN says:

      My Mom just ordered this product and Scam is right!! Don’t call the number and order!! Once they get your credit card info they make you listen to many, many, many other products to purchase and keep you on the phone for 20-25mins. Make sure you decline ALL other products that you DO NOT WANT or your credit card WILL BE BILLED!! They never even gave her a total price that would be charged to her credit card for the purchase or a way to speak to a “live” person! This really stinks of SCAM. Also, a phone number they list for customer service is not in the U.S. Huh, imagine that?! Maybe calling India for product information?? DO NOT ORDER THIS PRODUCT!! If you really want it wait until it is available at a store near you.

      • KAREN says:

        Also, she ended up calling and cancelling her credit card to avoid ANY issues that could come from this transaction. You should be able to speak to a customer service rep at an 800 number that works without issue if the product is legitimate. End of story!!!!

        • Ih8morons says:

          The customer service is a 203 number… that is Connecticut number… last I knew… Connecticut was in the united states… moron…

        • TOM says:

          Those of you that can’t figure out that you need to push the blue button to dispense the product need to complete a self evaluation of competency. You probably shouldn’t be using the product as you may mistake it for frosting if you leave it in your kitchen cabinet!!

  60. Irwin Fletcher says:

    I hope everyone realizes that many of the favorable posts are made by people being paid to make those posts. It is called ‘salting’ review sites.

    • Ann P. Topmiller says:

      Thanks Irwin! I was going to post the same thing. TO all the folks that took the time to post a review…THANK YOU so much. I was considering getting this product, but now, NO WAY! I would have never ordered it online due to the outrageous “processing” charges, but now I won’t get it from WalMart either. Don’t you wonder where the FTC is? The BBB can’t do anything, but the FTC could. Also, CONTACT YOUR STATE ATTORNEY GENERAL’s office. When enough people complain, that will trigger an investigation by a state’s AG office. GOOD LUCK.

  61. Bill P. says:

    Look like a good product. However, the applicator is wide, thus there would be considerable product waste on a 3/8″ thick grout joint.

  62. Bill P. says:

    Looks like a good product. My observation is, however, that the applicator is wide to accommodate a wide grout joint. There would be considerable product waste on a 3/8″ wide joint.

  63. T says:

    It took me a while to get mine also. I tried to call to speak to a representative to order over the phone because my intent was to decline the “but wait, there’s more” extra bottle! Unfortunately you can never get to a rep and there is no way to opt out of the 2nd bottle. You can’t decline it online either. In hindsight, I needed both bottles because it was so messy, I wasted most of the first bottle. Either I’m totally not handy or it definitely doesn’t go on as easy as the infomercial portrays. I wish the tip was more like a pen because it was really hard (for me) to get in spaces up against appliances or my island. I couldn’t even get the solution out at first. I thought I got a defective bottle at first but you have to expose the blue applicator tip and then push it in a bit and then it came out fine. Wish they had that in the instructions!

    Did it work? Yes. Was it worth the money? The jury is still out on that one. DEFINITELY not worth the $25.90 I paid for it, but if it truly was just $10, then it would have been no harm no foul. I’m sure it won’t last all THAT long but with the shape my floors were in, it did wonders and I’ll take what I can get for now.

  64. Annie says:

    Use 2 gallons of hot water, 1/2 cup white vinegar and ounce of Murphy’s Oil Soap to clean grout. DO NOT use bleach or ammonia to clean it as it will fade and weaken the grout. Once it is clean and thoroughly dry, use grout sealer. Most grout was never originally sealed. If something is sold on an infomercial, don’t waste your money.

  65. Wigen says:

    When I saw it on TV I thought to surprise my mother, but decided to go over the reviews before making my order, unfortunately it want be any order.

    Thank you all for posting your comments

  66. Ana says:

    Obviously everyone didn’t see it well…

    Grout Bully is Just a shoe polish. The reason some people are having a hard time with the S&H, are because of your trust in everything you see on t.v that works..? The S&H is where they get you.. at the end of each INFOmmercial they say “Get 2, just pay the additional shipping & Handling”.

    That there is a scam.. My friend bought some after over 6 weeks.. we used it & then went out and bought shoe polish for $9.99!

    Shoe polish/Grout Bully: Same Consistency, Color, Smell, and effect.

    • Ana says:

      In other words.. If you are curious and would like to see how it works..
      Go to your local hardware/shoe store and pick up some white shoe polish.. or the also have shoe polish in tan,black,gray, and terracotta.

    • Vik says:

      I ordered it. Waited. No Grout Bully! Called the Customer Service #. Back order? Really? Ok, cancelled my order. My refund appeared as a credit on my card within three days. No problem with that part but won’t order it now because of the reviews on the web.

  67. Joshua Foley says:

    I love this product. Just used it last night. So quick. I couldn’t imagine using any other product that is long and tedious. Grout Bully works and is so easy. Thanks GB!

    • Anastasia Beaverhousen says:

      Thanks Josh, perfect example of what Irwin Fletcher is referring to as “salting” the reviews.

  68. Dr. Jeff says:

    I was curious about this product after just seeing the commercial, though I always believe the “if it looks to good to be true” axiom. The site does however indicate that there are $7.95 P&H charges.

  69. odanny says:

    Thank you everyone who left reviews, you saved me money and aggravation and I really appreciate your help!

    I just ordered Aquamix Grout Colorant for $21.39 on Amazon.com, and will first clean it with either Comet and hot water or Clorox Clean Up spray.

    Great advice everyone!

  70. Marc says:

    Use those Miracle Erasers on your grout to get it white again.

  71. Clifford Yantz says:

    Grout Bully is a scam!! They got one thing right, they are a Bully of a company!! They charged me twice what my receipt said when I checked out and lied to my credit card company about it!! Do not buy products form this company. They obviously are also trying to control any negative press or reviews of their product or service – most review sites appear to be controlled by them, very convenient!!!

  72. kenn says:

    How come other people find the grout bully effective while others dont. In my conclusion, some of them may not be able to use it. You may want to read first the instructions before you use it unless it will become useless. On the first place, those who complain must have know there product more than just a good a advertisement. as a consumer, you are responsible for what you buy not the other people.

    • Shirley Rothman says:

      Kenn, If we did not trust a company/person who is selling us a product we would not buy anything from food to cars etc. The consumer can not research every product that is being sold. As a business person you want to sell a good product and have repeat customers. If this is a scam, shame on them and they are just a fly by night scam who will not last long after they have gotten enough money to close shop and move on to another scam. I feel sorry for the had working person who believed in the product they just bought that doesn’t work and has cost them more money then they thought. Shame on them and I don’t mean the consumer either…….

      • j says:

        Yeah that’s a realistic comparison. Food or grout bully…really? Do you ever worry the butcher is slipping you soy? You’re an idiot for saying that. Some things are necessity and some aren’t. Food is. Grout bully? not so much, if your dumb enough to buy into this crap then you should be getting ripped off for being stupid, just paying for peoples retirement with your stupidity

  73. susan dunnick says:

    Well thanks for the reviews guess I will not order Grout Bully. I lived in Italy so will use the old way the grandmas did in our apt building tile and marble floors. Soap and Clorox scrub with a brush…I have white marble counter top just bleach and water…thousands of years of women cleaning cant be all wrong!!

  74. Betty says:

    I cannot get the grout bully out of the tube.

    • Diane Beahn says:

      Did you leave it in room temperature? If it’s very cold it doesn’t work as well. I just got mine and it came out easy. Hope this helps!

    • Shirley Rothman says:

      Return the tube and ask for a full refund then contact consumer affairs and file a complaint.

      • Shirley Rothman says:

        And the BBB

        • j says:

          Or you could just own up to being a complete dumb ass. Take responsibility people.

          • Red says:

            Hey J- Maybe you should get a life and stop being so rude to people on review sites. Do you have a real review for this item? If not, get a job and stop harassing people.

          • JENNY says:

            I totally agree with the person above me. If you can’t say something nice about people, whether you know them or not, you should not say it. People are entitled to make mistakes or bad judgments. No one is perfect. Be kinder to others, it may pay off.

          • KITTY FUSON says:

            HEY J GET A LIFE OR GO CLEAN YOUR HOUSE & LEAVE THESE PEOPLE THAT HAVE A REASON FOR BEING HERE ALONE. REMEMBER THIS? IT TAKES ONE TO KNOW ONE. LOL

    • T says:

      I too was frustrated at first because I couldn’t get the stuff out either! If you push the foam part down a bit, it will expose the blue tip of the applicator. Push it in a bit with your finger or a pin and then it comes out just fine.

  75. Frederick Raposa says:

    Is there any reason just plain old normal grout and sealer can’t be used? The process is about the same.

    What is the advantage using Grout Bully?

  76. Maria Bova says:

    Looks like a lot of these posts are about delayed shipments. I ordered mine after thanksgiving and got it last week, so about 3 weeks. There is a number at the bottom of their site that I called and they said they had problems in the fall with too many orders but that they are now shipping on time. I haven’t had a chance to use it yet but will post once I do. I tried a little spot in the bathroom and it seemed to work! :)

  77. cat says:

    Does anyone every get this stuff delivered…I ordered in October and haven’t gotten it yet. I emailed them…no answer…hmmmmm…do I smell scam?

    • Amy says:

      Ordered mine a week ago and just got it.

      • Diane Beahn says:

        I ordered Grout Bully a while ago too and just got it. I heard there was a back order issue but now they’re mailing them all out. Hence why some people are saying they ordered and got it within a week. I’m gonna post pics soon of the results.

    • Tom says:

      My wife ordered ours back in September and we still have not received our order either. It’s not about the money, but the service (or lack thereof) that bothers me!

  78. Michael says:

    Wow those are some pretty bad reviews you should all try GROUT SHIELD at http://www.groutshield.com the product is the best.

    • Linda says:

      I used Comet mixed in hot water and an old toothbrush to clean my grout. It disinfects and it looks great. For floors, let the mixture sit on the grout for about 10 mins after working it in with the toothbrush. Then mop as usual. Not a glamorous job, but cheaper than other methods and won’t damage the grout or cover it! I thought Grout Bully might be easier, but after reading these reviews I’m sticking with good old Comet. ;)

  79. Lynn Winslow says:

    Don’t expect your Grout Bully within 10 days of ordering. Called today to find out it takes 2 to 6 weeks. Wow…they advertise on television but don’t reveal the long shipping time. Do they get the product from China?

  80. d kaye says:

    To all — happy holidays. Just call your credit card company and jump through the hoops and dispute the charge …. reason code to your card company, product not as described or services not rendered. Do not take it sitting down people!!

  81. margie says:

    I was thinking of ordering Grout Bully, but decided to read the reviews first. After mostly terrible reviews I went to work on my very dirty grout. I was astounded how clean I got it on the first try with Clorex Cleanup Spray and a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser. Went through many, many Magic Erasers, but I cleaned 500 square ft. of tile that looks new. Now I must seal it to keep it looking new.

    • Angie says:

      I have used the Clorox bleach pen and Magic erasers too, they work wonders! I even use the magic eraser on stubborn carpet stains, it takes out what no other product or steam machine can. The bully thing just looks like shoe polish to me and isn’t worth my credit card to find out! I will get my grout clean in less time than trying to get a refund for a bad product :)

  82. Lynn says:

    I have been waiting at least 2 months for my product and it still has not arrived. After reading these reviews I’m inclined to do what I have wanted to do for a LONG TIME….remove the filthy tile and replace it with laminate flooring. Grout is just not worth the worry anymore.

  83. judith carner says:

    Writing to the att. general I live 80 miles away from shipping address and was charged $39.75 for shipping?? Total bill for a $20.00 product was $63.49 Scam Scam Scam!!! Waited 5 mos for product. Shipping it back. Reporting to rip off.com and any other agency I can find. Put these scammers out of business now!!!

  84. Larry says:

    Hey look folks – go to your local hardware store and get a can ofK2R and a foam brush- it’s water soluble so you can wipe off the excess with a damp sponge- covers great and has a mold inhibitor in it – it comes white so if you want a specific color add some in a separate container until u get what you want then apply- dries to the touch in 1 hour and you can mop it in 24-has worked great for me for years.

    • SWiley says:

      @Larry what is the stuff you are referring to? Can’t find it in a google search. Thanx

      • Kristin says:

        @SWiley, K2r is technically a fabric/carpet cleaner, but it has been around a long time and works well. Here’s their website: http://www.k2rbrands.com/ You can get K2r at the following stores:

        ACE Hardware
        True Value Hardware
        Do It Best Hardware
        Winn Dixie Supermarkets (Southeast Region)
        Demoula’s Supermarkets (Boston Area)
        Items Galore Stores
        Discount Drug Marts
        Superkleen Direct
        Foam To Size, Inc.

        Hope this helps.

        • Suzanne says:

          Thanks for the info! I went to the website but, I don’t know which K2R product I should order. Is it the original?
          Thanks!

    • Tina says:

      Larry, is this used to clean the grout or do you just put on a layer and let it dry?

  85. John says:

    This Grout Bully is a total scam. It is hard to apply, and does not apply evenly. The shipping cost was absolutely ridiculous.

  86. Prince M says:

    I ordered two bottles of this product months ago and totally forgot all about it until I saw an amount that had been debited from my bank account for $64.70. How in the hell can two bottles of this crap that’s advertised for $10.00 a bottle plus one for free end up costing $64.70? I’m calling on the Attorney General of this company’s state to complain. This is definitely a scam. If alot of us petition we could put them out of business. Remember one person started a petition against the big banks charging excessive fees on debit cards such as Bank of America and BOA the bully backed down!

  87. CAJ says:

    I found the container difficult to use, the product flowed inconsistently causing reapplications to get an even finish. The container is hard and difficult on the hands, otherwise it is cost effective and subsequent to the numerous reapplications I was satisfied with the result.

  88. Jim Britt says:

    Only IDIOTS order ANYTHING from these type ads!

    SCAM SCAM SCAM

    • Kristin says:

      Idiots? A bit harsh on the criticism don’t you think? If you are so savvy on scams what on earth led you to this review page? Obviously you were curious about the product.

      • Joe B. says:

        Maybe harsh. How about we agree that anyone who orders the stuff after reading this page is certainly not too bright.

        • kat b says:

          I got here because I was going to order the stuff and decided to read the reviews first. Glad I did because I will not order it now. Thanks to all that ordered, but sorry it didn’t work for you. That’s what reviews are for. Sorry Kristen, you are harsh!

  89. ald says:

    Absolute scam. It takes forever to get and the S&H charges are unreal. I asked them to cancel but they said they could not because it already ha shipped. I don’t think it took UPS 10 days to deliver a small package. These guys are total crooks.

  90. michael thomas says:

    I ordered grout bully on 8/15/11 and haven’t gotten it as of 11/16/11.

  91. Bev says:

    SCAM!! Doesn’t work! They charge $7.95 PER BOTTLE for S&H and this total is NOT REFUNDABLE! This shipping amount is not posted when you purchase. Only when it gets charged on your credit card or receive it weeks and weeks later do you see exactly how much was charged!

  92. Michael Higdon says:

    Ordered Grout Bully in July, finally shipped in Nov. Product cost is $20.00, and shipping / handling is $31.80 (for a box of less than two pounds, standard US mail). No chance of us using this scam of a product; it’s being returned and the credit card charge is being reversed.

  93. kornaz says:

    No TV infomercial product ever works. Mold needs to be treated the right way – this product WILL NOT take care of the problems.

    Yvette and Jean obviously does not know how to use review forms.

  94. Bobbie H says:

    I saw this Grout Bully product on TV today and decided that it must simply be too good to be true….after reading the reviews, I will not waste my $$ on this product. Time to get out the white vinegar and clean the grout the good old fashioned way!

  95. Jackie says:

    I tried to call the number that is advertised everywhere for this promotion to get a second. But the number seems to be DISCONNECTED!! I went on the Internet to try and order it and I didn’t go through with it because I was leery about the phone line being cut off. They are advertising this product on tv so you would think that all possible ways of selling would be available. Apparently not!! So I am really wondering if it is a SCAM. I will continue to use my liquid gel bleach it works when you leave it on for a while. If anyone has any info about this product please post it so we the consumer can protect ourselves.

  96. Susie B says:

    Ordered Grout Bully in July–still have NOT received it. I now see that they do not ship their product, just take your money!!

    I will be filing a complaint for sure. DO NOT BUY GROUT BULLY.

  97. Henry Lester says:

    1.Nano technology being used more and more.
    2.Not happy about that.
    3.Can anyone prove they can clean it all up?
    4.Am I the only one who nearly had a heart attack when I saw they were encouraging home use?
    5.Do You think it’s honorable to offer a product when so little is known about it’s effects? (Don’t worry the military probably got this wrong too.)
    6.If it does do that to grout what does it do to your insides?
    7.PLEASE do not try it out that is neither what I meant nor a good idea!
    8.Feel free to email me if you know how to combat this or have a few ideas please,I’m still stuck at “come the revolution…..”Thank You.

    henryjosephlester@hotmail.com

    • Sammy Kleghorn says:

      Are you serious? This stuff is shoe polish. If shoe polish is nanotechnology, it’s been around for 200 years at least.

      • Kristin says:

        Yeah, it looks like standard paint and nothing more…which by the way I would be happy to use if it worked and the company was not such a rip off with the shipping and handling.

  98. valorie pruitt says:

    I ordered grout bully at the beginning of August. Received email confirmation and the whole bit. Still haven’t received it so started calling. Called the order line that gave me a number to check my order status. THE NUMBER IS WRONG!!! Can’t seem to get the email that they provide to work either and the e-mail I received was from a “do not reply” address. What horrible customer service. I WOULD NOT recommend this product to anyone.

  99. skip stewart says:

    You can get the same results with a magic marker. It is even cheaper then this product. Plus it only covers the mold and mildew. It does not get rid of it. Only by sight.

    • Lyn says:

      How does the magic marker work? Have not seen a white or off white magic marker. Willing to try-please suggest.

      Thank you much

  100. Eric Svenson says:

    I want to cancel my Grout Bully order…I ordered it online in May and by phone in June..Have talked to several people with NO answer to when I would get my order…I am NOT happy about the delay and have chosen another company to order from…will have it in 3 days and I have a tracking # already…

  101. Mel Dey says:

    Does Grout Bully have chemicals that are harmful to Cats?

  102. floorperson says:

    Grout Bully is a temporary quick fix type of product. When applied the grout between the tiles will give you that new look. The new look will last approximately. 1 month before the old grout color will gradually reappear. This is simply a tv. Sales marketing ploy to make a quick buck for those too lazy to spend t0 dollars on real grout that will last several years. This product is mainly used by realtors trying to sell their clients on a new floor or shower that is actually old and mold ridden. Buyer beware.

  103. Mildred says:

    How do you keep the new grout lines clean after applying grout bully? Will I need to continue to apply grout bully after each cleaning? Do I reapply every year, every five years, every ten years, etc?

    Do I need to seal the grout lines after applying grout bully? Does grout bully repel mold and mildew?

  104. Grout Bully says:

    Review Grout Bully
    Have you used the Grout Bully, did it live up to your expectations?

    Did it save you time spent cleaning stubborn grout stains?

    Was it easy to use?

    Are there any cons of using this product?

    Do you prefer Grout Bully to other similar products available in the market?

    Do you know a better alternative?

    Is it an “as seen on tv” scam?

    Do you know the customer service number?

    How do you cancel the order?

    • Bill says:

      you ask to many questions for such an inexpensive product, use it, live with it, get over it.

      • Jean says:

        WOW!! You really are a BULLY. How arrogant of you to say, “you ask too many questions for such an inexpensive product, use it, live with it, get over it.” Your potential customers have valid questions that require truthful answers. Your product may be right for some, but not for others. If the grout is temporary, for example to make grout look like new prior to selling a house, then there may be a market for that. If your grout is temporary it may not necessarily be the best choice for a homeowner living in their home. It takes time and effort to apply this product. Consumers need to know how often they may need to apply your product. If you are so pompous that you can not offer simple, usable information about your product then why should anyone buy it? Good luck with you marketing technique, Bully.

        • West says:

          @Jean and @Yvette, it was ‘Bill’ who said, “you ask too many questions for such an inexpensive product, use it, live with it, get over it.” Grout Bully was just asking for people to review their product, no harm in that, and certainly not ‘rude’ or ‘obnoxious’.

      • Yvette M says:

        What a rude thing to say. So, just hand money over to these folks and if it doesn’t work – GET OVER IT? Seriously? Obnoxious.

      • MrsK says:

        Oh, so, because of what YOU consider to be low cost, nobody can complaint? And since when you make the rules?! This stuff does NOT work. My husband knows everything there is to know about construction. He cleaned part of our counter REALLY WELL. Waited until it completely dried. Applied it by the book: the sponge made a huge mess and mostly removed the applied product. Result: we paid more than we’ll get back if we return the product. These guys are clearly dishonest. Challenge the charge with your Credit Card; if CC companies start to get lots of challenges, they’ll have to go after these crooks!

    • bob says:

      There’s a product called Aquamix grout colorant-sold it for years-pretty easy to use-puts a colored epoxy surface over grout-has pretreat for mold and mildew removable-cost and coverage varies,about $40 for a good size kitchen floor.

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