Classic 250 – C25

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Description

Classic 250
High Solids Floor Finish

DESCRIPTION
A premium quality, high solids, metal cross-linked acrylic floor finish designed to give exceptional initial gloss with minimum amount of coats. Dries to a hard durable finish that withstands daily high traffic yet responds well to low or high speed spray-buffing. Designed for low or high maintenance floor care programs.

DIRECTIONS
PREPARATION: If stripping is necessary, use a high quality stripper and follow the directions accordingly. Follow with a thorough rinsing and allow floor to dry completely. If stripping is not necessary; sweep up loose dirt and dust. Clean with a quality cleaner to remove dirt and oils. Follow with a thorough rinsing and allow floor to dry completely.

FINISHING: Spread a liberal coat of finish evenly across the floor with a clean mop or applicator. Allow each coat to dry at least 30 minutes before applying the next coat. Four coats is ideal initially, depending on the condition of the floor and desired gloss.

MAINTENANCE: The floor may be maintained using a quality floor cleaner and damp mopping regularly. Spray buffing or mop-on restoring may also be done after sweeping up loose dirt and dust. Follow directions for each product accordingly.
SPECIFICATIONS:

Color White
Odor Fragrance free
pH 8.0 – 9.0
Non-Volatile Solids 25%
Coverage 1800 – 2200 ft2 / gal.
Recommended Coats 4
Dry / Recoat Time 30 minutes min.
Maintenance Schedule Weekly or monthly burnish or spray buff
Slip Resistance 0.5 min. by ASTM-D2047
Storage/Stability 1 year
Weight per Gallon 8.65 lbs./gal.

AVAILABILITY:

105427…………………..4 x 1 Gallon
105432………………..2 x 2.5 Gallon
105421………………….5 Gallon pail
105435………………55 Gallon drum

 

Additional information

Brand

Non Volatile Solids

Recommended Coats

UL Certified

VOC Restrictions