What do you use to seal a ceramic tile kitchen countertop?

I have a new condo that has shiny white ceramic tile with white grout–I want to keep it clean. The information from the builder says "to apply a sealer after 30 days" but does not say what type. Has anyone done this? What did you use? Is it hard to do? Thanks for your help!

Home Depot and Lowes will have the sealer you are looking for. It’s very easy to apply with the built in applicator with some brands provide. Most brands come with very easy to follow instructions. Good Luck!!

3 Responses to “What do you use to seal a ceramic tile kitchen countertop?”

  1. dodfish99 Says:

    You can use any type of tile sealer that you can purchase at a hardware store.
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  2. unclebutch Says:

    it’s called a "plasticizer". it’s used in concrete and ceramics. it’s not much more then latex or elmers glue.
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  3. Glass_cut_r Says:

    Home Depot and Lowes will have the sealer you are looking for. It’s very easy to apply with the built in applicator with some brands provide. Most brands come with very easy to follow instructions. Good Luck!!
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