LTP Mattstone Impregnating Sealer For Natural Stone Tiles - 1 Litre

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LTP Mattstone is a completely natural matt finish for travertine, limestone, terracotta, quarry tiles, slate, sandstone, marble, concrete, brick and external paving. Delicately enhances colour and texture. Helps protect against staining. Strongly re
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Description

Suitable for Interior & Exterior use
A completely natural, matt finish for Travertine, limestone, terracotta, quarry tiles, slate, sandstone,
marble, concrete, brick and external paving. Delicately enhances colour and texture. Helps protect
against staining. Strongly repels water, oil and grease. Allows surface to breathe.

Directions for use:
Shake the bottle prior to use. Ensure surface to be treated is completely clean, dry and free from dirt, grime,
cement and grout.
Apply 2-3 coats of LTP Mattstone with a soft cloth or brush allowing at least 2 hours
between coats. More absorbent floors may require further coats and on such floors the product should be
generously applied. 1-2 hours after application, rub over the surface with a soft fluff free cloth or buffing
machine to obtain a uniform finish and remove any material not yet absorbed.
LTP Mattstone will dry after about two hours, but will take a further three days to become fully resistant. N.B. The aim is to completely fill the substrate with Mattstone without over applying it.
Do not apply in direct sunlight.
Mattstone will help to inhibit oil based stains but such spillages should be wiped up immediately.
On rougher surfaced floors it may be prudent to use an appropriate surface sealer in conjunction with ‘Mattstone’.

Use only in well ventilated areas.
Do not breathe vapours.
Do not use in temperatures under 5°C or over 25°C.

FOLLOWING APPLICATION DO NOT ALLOW SURFACES TO GET WET AND KEEP DRY FOR A MINIMUM OF 3 DAYS.

Always test first on an inconspicuous area, prior to general application.

Coverage:
Lower porosity floors - approximately 1-2 litres per 10m2 of floor
Higher porosity floors - approximately 3-4 litres per 10m2 of floor