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Stone & concrete clear varnish for protection and appearance enhancement
SurfaPaint Stone Varnish WB is a high quality nano-polymer, ﬁlming varnish for the decoration and protection of stone, concrete, brick or other porous substrates. It is based on a nano-acrylic resin which provides premium adhesion, penetration, hardness and resistance to abrasion and scratches.
SurfaPaint Stone Varnish WB is a clear acrylic water-based varnish ideal for natural and artiﬁcial porous surfaces, protecting against water based or oily stains with exceptional chemical resistance and low dirt pick up. Its application is ideal on horizontal or vertical, interior or exterior surfaces. The nanostructured polymer has the ability to penetrate much deeper compared to conventional polymers and attach chemically on the applied surface. Therefore, it provides very good adhesion of the varnish in combination with pore sealing. The resulting ﬁlm provides excellent resistance to abrasion and scratches, making it applicable on horizontal surfaces. Moreover, the polymer structure remains unaﬀected from surrounding UV light, providing a weathering resistant solution. It is a versatile material, as its shininess is developed gradually, from satin to glossy, depending on the number of applied coats.
Flamed or rough marble, stone, cotto, cement tiles, stamped concrete.
Application: The application surface should be dry and clean. Remove ﬂaking and loose material from the application surface. Any oily residues must be removed from the application surface. Many failures attributed to poor surface preparation. Apply 1-2 coats for a satin ﬁnish or 3 coats for gloss ﬁnish.
Application method: Brush, spray or roller. Recoating time: 2 hours. Touchdry time: 60min. Application temperature: 5-35oC. It is recommended the modiﬁed surface not to be exposed to extreme weather conditions for 4-5 days after application.
Coverage: Estimated consumption rate 8-10 m²/L, depending on the porosity of the substrate.