• Digital Six Collaborator Apr 23, 2018

    How to use Oil & Grease Remover

    Prepare: Brush off any dirt and dust. The surface should be dry before applying Oil & Grease Remover Apply: On floors Brush on Oil & Grease Remover and leave for 5-10 minutes. Scrub with a stiff broom, or similar to remove, and rinse with clean water. Grease and oil will simply float away On machinery Use a soft brush to give a generous coating to areas affected by oil or...

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  • Digital Six Collaborator Apr 23, 2018

    How to use Stain Block Primer

    Prepare Surfaces should be clean, dry and free from dust, oil, grease and adhesives. Any cracks should be filled Sand existing gloss paint to provide a key Apply Apply with a brush or roller at temperatures above 5°C Do not spray. Stir well before using, do not thin and do not let paint drip or run One coat is normally sufficient, though a second coat is sometimes needed on porous...

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  • Digital Six Collaborator Apr 23, 2018

    How to use Pourable Concrete Repair

    Prepare Ensure the damaged area is free from oil and loose grit by brushing it with a stiff broom or wire brush The surface to be treated can be damp but not wet Apply Slowly add 150-200ml (maximum) of clean water to 1kg of Pourable Concrete Repair powder. It’s important to do it this way rather than adding the powder to the water. Don’t mix up more than can be...

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  • Digital Six Collaborator Apr 23, 2018

    How to use Concrete Floor Leveller

    Prepare Sweep the surface with a stiff broom. Remove any flaky paint. Use Oil & Grease Remover if necessary. Concrete Floor Leveller can be used on damp, but not wet, surfaces Firstly, dampen the concrete with cold water and leave for 30 minutes. Apply Primer 1 with a soft brush, leave for a minimum of 20 minutes (you can even leave it overnight). Then apply Primer 2 (it doesn’t matter...

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  • Digital Six Collaborator Apr 23, 2018

    How to use Drive Rescue - Asphalt Drive Repair

    Prepare: Ensure a clean, dry surface. Sweep the area well Use a pressure washer to remove moss. Allow to dry Apply: Pour some Drive Rescue into a container and, using a 5" brush, paint the drive edges To tackle the rest, tip the Drive Rescue straight from the container onto a small area and use a soft broom to spread the product The product will dry to a black finish...

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