Acrylic stone varnish
It is a high-quality solvent-borne acrylic varnish for stones and porous mineral substrates for exterior and interior use. It protects and decorates porous substrates such as stones, bricks, cementitious substrates etc. Due to its special formula, dries quickly and penetrates deeply into the substrate, providing waterproof and protection from the atmospheric pollutants. It protects its film from mold growth and corrosion caused by the weather conditions. Additionally, it contains UV filters, oﬀering high resistance to sunlight.
» High impregnating properties
» Protects the stone from corrosion
» Refreshes the stone appearance
Brush, roller, spray-gun
Dry to touch
0.75 L, 2.5 L
To ensure good adhesion, the surface must be dry, clean and free of dust, grease, residues, blistered paint or varnish etc.
» On new stone surfaces: Before applying the varnish, wash the surface with water and dry well.
» On painted surfaces with mold/algae: Remove all residues, sand the surface, apply KRAFT MOLD BLOCKER and after 24h remove the mold/algae.|
» On stone floors: Remove all residues, wash the surface with water and dry well.
» The product is ready to use.
» Check the surface moisture before painting. The surface must dry properly.
» Tools: Brush, roller or spray gun.
» Stir well before use.
» Apply 1-2 coats of KRAFT STONE CARE for vertical surfaces and 2 coats for floors.
» Apply it outdoor or in a well-ventilated area.
» Minimum recoat time is approx. 4 hours.
» The surface drying time is approx. 1 hour at 25°C and 50% relative humidity (drying times are longer in wet/cold conditions).
» Avoid application at temperatures below 10°C or greater than 35ºC and relative humidity greater than 50%.
AFTER USE INSTRUCTIONS
» Close the bucket well to maintain in good condition for future use. Store before and after opening in a cool place and away from sunlight or frost conditions.
» Clean the tools thoroughly with KRAFT NITRO 1100 and then with water and soap.
» Store the product before and after opening at temperatures between 5°C to 35°C.