Do not apply if rain is forecast in the next 24 hours, on damp days or when surface temperature is below 4°C or above 27°C. All waxes and polishes must be completely removed from the surface before application.
Surfaces must be thoroughly cleaned and prepared by appropriate sanding methods. Using a maroon pad or 320-400 grit sandpaper is recommended to lightly scuff the floor. Prior to the coating application, remove all dust from floor and surrounding structures. Always protect neighbouring surfaces including carpet, metal and other surfaces.
TEST SAMPLE: Floor Grip should be tested on flooring surfaces before full application. To prepare test sample, pour a small amount of Floor Grip into a separate container with a small amount of additive, mix well. Apply to a clean inconspicuous area of your floor and allow to dry completely.
Floor Grip can be applied in either 2 or 3 coats. Each coat consists of: Floor Grip + Crosslinker + Additive. Floor Grip can be applied in either 2 or 3 coats. Each coat consists of: Floor Grip + Crosslinker + Additive
Once ready for full application, determine the number of coats you plan to apply. Prepare solution for each coat separately in a sturdy container. Add the appropriate amount of Crosslinker to the container, dividing it between the containers for each coat. NOTE: Once Crosslinker is added to the Floor Grip, solution must be applied to the floor within 4-6 hours. CAUTION: MIX WELL BEFORE APPLYING
Add appropriate amount of additive to solution, depending on number of coats, and mix well. Medium texture is recommended. Read additive bottle label for instructions. Using a paint roller, apply Floor Grip in uniform coats at a moderate speed to prevent
foaming. For best performance, avoid thick coats.
For general cleaning and maintenance, use a light pressure rinsing. For best results to remove oily deposits or other foreign matter, apply pH-neutral cleaner at recommended dilution rate and scrub lightly with a soft bristle deck brush. Do not use industrial strength chemicals, alcohol, or biocides on the coating.