CE 33




Cement-based tile grout for filling narrow and wide joints of 1 to 8mm


  • Smooth surface finish
  • For fine grouting work
  • New brilliant colours
  • Suitable for wet areas
  • Crack resistance
  • Easy to wash

This TDS is applicable for the United Arab Emirates only. Please contact your local Polybit sales office for the available TDS in your region

Step by Step

Substrate preparation

The surface and thin-bed mortar, dispersion adhesive or thick-bed mortar must have set sufficiently hard and dry. Scraped joints must first be wetted. In case of tile coverings with a porous or nonscratchproof surface test suitability of CE 33 for grouting.


Pour Ceresit CE 33 in the measured quantity of cold and clean water and mix with an electric mixer until you obtain a homogenous mixture, free of lumps. 1.05-1.15L water for 5kg of Ceresit CE 33 are required for mixing. Mix again after 3 minutes. Fill the joints with the Cerecit CE33 mix using a special grout float or rubber squeegee, without leaving any gaps. Wipe over and clean freshly grouted tiles with a damp sponge. Remove the dry film later with a soft cloth. Dampen the freshly grouted joints after 24 hours to prevent surface moisture deficiency. Floor tiles can be walked on after only 24 hours. Use CE 33 only in dry conditions and at temperatures of 5°C to 40°C.

Please note

Differences in the absorbency of the joint flanks (tile edges), different water/cement ratios, different drying rates and moisture levels of the surface can cause discoloration of the joints. When applying CE 33 between 1 and 2mm always assure that the joint will get cured with water for at least 24 hours. When using different packs of joint mortar, the colour may vary slightly. Therefore make sure to use bags of the same batch number within a building or room. CE 33 contains cement and reacts with water, producing an alkaline solution. Always protect skin and eyes. In case of contact wash immediately with plenty of water. After eye contact seek medical advice. Use otherHenkel products when grouting tiles in swimming pools and exposed areas, especially with exposure to chemicals, and for settlement joints. Observe the warnings-, safety - and waste advice given in the safety data sheet. Kindly contact your local Henkel technical advisor for further assistance.