Dries in approx. 16 hours at 15°C
Easy to apply with brush or roller
Stops concrete from dusting
Transforms dull or drab paving slabs
HOW TO APPLY
There’s not much preparation to do. If your floor is clean, dry and free from any loose material, just give it a good sweep and you’re good to go. If there’s any grease or oil present, treat it with our Oil & Grease Remover.
Making sure the lid is on tight, give the tin a good shake. Apply in warm, dry conditions. Pour some into a roller tray and using a medium pile roller apply sparingly to make sure you are achieving the desired result. A paint brush or mini roller will help with edges or small areas. Don't pour directly onto the concrete as this may create a patchy effect.
You will be able to walk on it after approximately 16 hours, based on a minimum temperature on 15°C. The lower the temperature, the longer the drying time. Seal 'n' Tint will be fully resistant to scuffing in 7 days at 15°C.
Unfortunately this will not work on a sealed floor as the surface needs some porosity for the product to bond to.
No, unfortunately it is not suitable for porcelain tiles as it will not bond to a non-porous surface
Yes, our Seal 'n' Tint Concrete Patio Stain can be used on brickwork, as long as it is a porous surface and untreated.
Once applied and the product has fully cured (dried) then the area could be washed down easily using a standard hose or jet wash. It would always be advisable to use this on a low setting though, as you don't want to jet wash it so hard that it makes the coating crack as water could get underneath and high pressure jet washing could physically push it off the surface. However, providing the initial coating is well bonded this would be unlikely.
It's water based so if you do spill it on your grass or plants just flush it away with lots of water. We can't 100% guarantee that the grass and plants wont be affected, but they shouldn't be. If in any doubt, its best to protect the surrounding areas with plastic just to be on the safe side.