Viper Prestige is a water-based impregnating sealer that slows down the penetration of liquid and especially oils, yet water vapor permeable to allow moisture in the substrate to evaporate.
- Fluoro-chemical technology provides maximum protection against spots and spills
- Protects without affecting slip resistance
- Preserves the natural look of stone and can be applied to interior surfaces
- Ideal water based sealer for prestigious stones like marble, granite, limestone, and travertine
- Coverage: Between 300 to 1200 sq ft per gallon depending on the porosity of the surfaces
- Form: Liquid
- Colour: Yellowish
- Odour: None
- RTU pH: 10
- Package Size: 1 Gallon (3.8 L)
- Ready to use: Yes
- Dilution: RTU
- Product Number: CH08GL / 174827 / 1687-7247
Shake thoroughly before each use. Test for suitability in an inconspicuous area, especially for polished marble and extremely porous surfaces. Ensure that the area is well-ventilated during application and until the surface is dry. Keep children and pets out of the area until foot traffic resumes. Sealer may be applied to damp surfaces one hour after standing water has been removed. Surface temperature should be between 50°F and 80°F. Mask any surfaces not intended to be treated.
Cleaning is necessary. Surface must be cleaned and thoroughly rinsed to neutralize pH and remove residues. Dry stone enables the best penetration into the surface of stone. Make sure that there are no puddles in grout lines and use airmovers to speed the drying of the stone and grout lines before application.
Dilution instructions: Do not dilute. The product is ready to use. Coverage should be between 300 and 1200 sq. ft. per gallon depending on the porosity of the surfaces and the coverage required
Stone Application: For entire floor application, spray on sealer using sprayer maintaining 35 to 50 psi with an 2004 TeeJet nozzle. Spread evenly with a brush with synthetic fibers. An alternative and sometimes preferred application method is to liberally apply an even coat using a paint pad, roller or brush. Allow sealer to penetrate the surface for 15–30 minutes. During this time, distribute sealer over entire area to ensure even penetration. Stone density will vary over the same stone
so more may be necessary in some areas and less in other areas. Remove excess sealer by wiping entire surface thoroughly with clean, dry towels. A second coat may be necessary after 1 hour. Place drop of water on newly sealed stone and see if it absorbs into grout or stone. If it does absorb readily, then a second coat is necessary.
Post Application Precautions. Floor is typically walkable in 3 to 4 hours, ready for use after 8 to 12 hours, and completely cured in 24 hours. After 6 to 18 months, reapplication may be necessary, depending upon the traffic level, maintenance procedures and the type of surface sealed.
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