LTP Colour Intensifier and Stain Block For Natural Stone Tiles - 500ml
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Suitable for Interior & Exterior use
Strongly enhances natural colour and appearance of slate, tumbled marble, marble, limestone, granite, other types of natural and artificial stone, terrazzo, quarry tiles etc,. Provides a matt finish. For use on wall and floor surfaces. May be used indoors or outdoors. Strongly protects against water, oil, grease and dirt. Allows surface to breathe.
Directions for use:
Important: LTP Colour Intensifier is very difficult to remove once hardened. Therefore, please read instructions carefully. Do not over apply. The surface to be treated must be completely clean, dry and free from contamination e.g. old sealer or polish. If necessary, first clean floor with LTP Grimex and allow to dry thoroughly. Apply LTP Colour Intensifier thinly and uniformly with a cloth, brush, sponge or roller and allow to penetrate for approximately 15 - 30 minutes before wiping over with a clean dry fluff-free cloth to remove all and any excess which may remain on the surface. N.B. The surface must retain a matt finish after treatment. Any excess left on the surface could oxidise to form an unsightly gloss varnish. For stronger colour enhancement and in the case of more absorbent surfaces, further coats may be applied. Allow at least 30 - 60 minutes from application of previous coat before applying further coat. N.B. The aim is to completely fill the substrate with Colour Intensifier without over applying it or allowing any excess to oxidise on the surface of the tiles. Do not apply in direct sunlight or in a temperature exceeding 25 degrees celcius. Beware of application upon floors with underfloor heating as the product may dry prematurely. For further enhancement and to provide a shine finish, LTP Clear Beeswax, Ironwax or Ironwax Satin may be applied once the Colour Intensifier has fully cured. If you are unsure of correct application methods, test on an inconspicuous area, prior to general application.
Approximately 5 - 10 square meters per litre depending on surface porosity