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Question DetailsAsked on 5/12/2011

Laminate for countertops and tile floors

I do not care for marble counter tops as that's the 'in thing' now and so many people have marble tops. I prefer my ceramic tile counter top with matching grout in between as I also have similar tiles for the back-splash for the sink and stove. My question: In order to 'preserve' the grout from getting wet each time I wipe the counter/spill some food or liquid on it, is there a way to 'seal' or cover the entire counter top, similar to what is being used on concrete driveways and in garages to give the bare concrete a decorative look, but with a clear sheathing to show off the colored tile and grout? I'd like a similar 'laminate' for the tile floors to keep the tiles/grout clean from all the traffic, and to make it easier to clean. Is there such a clear covering for tiles? How practical and long-lasting would the sheathing be, and could it be 'non-slippery' if liquid were to spill on it?

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