FluoroSeal

FluoroSeal is a water based penetrating fluoropolymer sealer for stone, tile and masonry substrates providing superior oil and water based stain resistance.

Coverage

2 – 25 m2/L depending on surface porosity

Function

High oil and water based stain resistance

Substrates

Natural stone, pavers decorative concrete, spray on concrete, limestone

Effects

Water / oil floats on the surface

Available in 20l

Purchase either our 20l RTU (Ready to Use) or our 5l Concentrate

Key Advantages

  • Oil and water stain resistance
  • Transparent High wear resistance
  • UV stable
  • Non-film forming, breathable
  • Easy stain clean up
  • VOC free & solvent free
  • Can be applied to wet/damp surfaces

Recommended Substrates

Reconstituted stone and natural stone including limestone, sandstone & travertine Unglazed tile Clay & concrete building material

Typical Data

  • Appearance: Light amber liquid
  • Specific Gravity: ~1 g/ml at 20oC
  • pH value: 9-11
  • Solubility in water: Complete
  • Flash point: Not flammable
  • Shelf life: 2 years in unopened containers under 25oC
  • Coverage Rate: 2 – 25 m2/L depending on surface porosity

Application

The surface to be treated should be clean and free of all contaminants.
The surface can be damp or wet, however FluoroSeal should not be applied to a surface that has pools of water. The pools should be removed using a broom or cloth prior to application.
Do not apply FluoroSeal if rain is expected within 24 hours of application.
Do not apply if extreme weather conditions are expected.
Do not apply if surface temperatures are above 30degC.
FluoroSeal is ready to apply and should be mixed well before using. A test prior to application must be performed to assess the suitability of the product. FluoroSeal may be applied using a saturated brush, roller, paint pad or a low-pressure hand sprayer. The surface should be impregnated to saturation point, either in a single application or in two applications ‘wet on wet’.
Do not allow pooling. Pools can be spread out using a soft bristled broom or lambs wool applicator.
Excess sealer must be removed before drying. Any overspray on adjacent surfaces such as glass, metal or painted surfaces should be wiped clean with a damp rag before the sealer dries. Full curing may take up to 3 days.
Avoid traffic for at least 24 hours.
Equipment clean up can be performed with water.

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