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weber.grout Tile Grout WB33

weber.grout Tile Grout WB33
weber.grout Tile Grout WB33

Product benefits

  • Exceptional and consistent quality
  • Suitable for areas that will be dry or intermittently wet
  • Suitable for joint widths up to 8 mm
  • Can be used in conjunction with under-tile heating
  • Limited flexibility to accommodate some movement
  • Available in a range of colours

weber.grout Tile Grout WB33 is a cement-based grout designed to point tile joints (2 - 8 mm) on walls and floors.

Produced from carefully selected raw materials for consistency of product, it only requires the addition of water on site.

Product Features


For grouting joints between tiles:

  • Suitable for walls and floors
  • Suitable for interior and exterior use
  • Suitable for intermittently wet and dry conditions
  • Used in kitchens, bathrooms and showers

Features and Benefits

  • Exceptional and consistent quality
  • Suitable for areas that will be dry or intermittently wet
  • Suitable for joint widths up to 8 mm
  • Can be used in conjunction with under-tile heating
  • Limited flexibility to accommodate some movement
  • Available in a range of colours

Technical Data

  • Joint width: 2 mm to 8 mm 
  • Pot life: 90 minutes 
  • Final drying time: 24 hours at 20ºC and 50% humidity 
  • Water demand: 1.35 litres per 5 kg 
  • Application temperatures: Do not apply in temperatures below 5ºC or above 30ºC

Note : All the data given was obtained at a temperature of 20ºC and 50% relative humidity.


We agree that Weber products meet the product specifications and will be free from any defect. Any guarantee with regard to the performance of Weber products will be subject to the professional and practical application of Weber products in accordance with our instructions and specifications.

However, we have no influence over specific site conditions and therefore, if in doubt, the user should first carry out sufficient tests to ensure that the product is suitable. In special cases, obtain advice. Should our product prove defective, we undertake to replace any defective material. This guarantee will fall away in the event of Weber products being contaminated by the addition of sand, cement or substance other than recommended by us.


When stored, unopened in a dry place at temperatures above 5ºC, shelf life is 9 months from date of manufacture.


Send or download the documentation

You can either send the documentation to an email address, or download it.

Preparation & Application

Surface Preparation

The minimum joint width is 2 mm for walls and 3 mm for floors. Do not butt-joint tiles. Adhesive should be left to dry for at least 24 hours before grouting. If a rapid-set adhesive is used, kindly follow the manufacturer’s instructions. Longer drying times may be required on sealed or impervious surfaces.

Ensure that the tiles and joints are clean and free from grease or any other contamination. If the grout is required to be chemically resistant, use weber.grout Acid-resistant Grout WB235.


  • weber.grout Tile Grout WB33 should be mixed with 1.35 litres of clean water per 5 kg bag to produce a thick creamy paste.
  • Allow the mixture to stand for 5 minutes.
  • Remix thoroughly before use.

If weber.grout Tile Grout WB33 is used in permanently wet areas, areas where food or cosmetic staining may occur, e.g. kitchens and bathrooms or if increased flexibility is required, the water in the mix should be replaced with Bond-it WB183. Mix as above. Note that the grout will dry a shade darker.

Do not add too much water or attempt to extend the working time by adding more water as this will cause the set grout to be weak with a tendency to crumble. It may also cause surface discolouration and variation, especially with darker colours.


Using a squeegee or rubber float, apply weber.grout Tile Grout WB33 liberally to a small area. Completely fill the joints leaving no voids. Excess grout should be removed immediately using the grout squeegee held at 90º to the tiles.

Move the squeegee diagonally across the tiles to prevent removal of the grout within the joints. Leave the grouted joints to harden for approximately 2 hours. The excess grout can then be cleaned off with a damp (not wet) sponge. Do not leave excess moisture on grout joints. The joints can be finished off by pointing along the joint lines. Allow the joints to dry for 24 hours before polishing with a clean, dry cloth.

Please note :

Some tiles may have a soft surface which can be scratched during grouting. Tiles with a matt or porous texture are prone to surface staining when coloured grouts are used. The use of an appropriate protective sealer is recommended. Natural stones such as limestone, marble, slate, sandstone and terracotta, will require sealing prior to grouting. Some tile faces have shallow depressions that can fill with grout.

This grout must be removed before it hardens. When using a grout that is a similar colour to the tiles, it can be difficult to see any residue that is left in these shallow depressions. It is recommended that these tiles be treated with an appropriate protective sealer that helps to stop the grout sticking to the tile face. It is advisable to test the grout on a spare tile before proceeding.


Coverage Use the following formulation to calculate the quantity of weber.grout Tile Grout WB33 required per square metre of tiling:

kg/m2  = (A + B / A x B) x C x D x 1.7 

A = length of tile; B = width of tile; C = thickness of tile; D = average joint width

Packaging, Health & Safety


weber.grout Tile Grout WB33 is supplied in 2 kg bags.
weber.grout Tile Grout WB33 is supplied in 5 kg bags.
weber.grout Tile Grout WB33 is supplied in 20 kg bags.

Safety Instructions

Contains cement, which is alkaline when wet and can cause skin irritation. Use eye protection and gloves and avoid prolonged skin contact. Avoid inhalation of dust. Wash skin contamination away with warm soapy water. Remove splashes to the eyes by prolonged irrigation and consult a doctor. Do not ingest.