Stone Consolidator for Porous Natural Stone

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Stone Consolidator for Porous Natural Stone

$99.00$399.00

Stone Consolidator is a modified silicate sealer developed to penetrate deep into porous  stone such as Sandstone and Limestone, and react with free calcium and lime to provide a hardened densified surface that will be more resistant to wear from water and chemicals.

 Consolidating Sealers unique reaction creates a calcium silicate hydrate that fills the voids in the stone, creating the strength and durability whilst producing a less permeable surface, this will also help prevent the formation of efflorescence.

 

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Stone Consolidator is a modified silicate sealer developed to penetrate deep into porous  stone such as Sandstone and Limestone, and react with free calcium and lime to provide a hardened densified surface that will be more resistant to wear from water and chemicals.

 Consolidating Sealers unique reaction creates a calcium silicate hydrate that fills the voids in the stone, creating the strength and durability whilst producing a less permeable surface, this will also help prevent the formation of efflorescence.

Features of Stone Consolidator:

  • Seals Porous Stone – Sandstone , Limestone
  • Hardens and increases life of Stone
  • Reduces porosity and permeability of Stone
  • Breathable
  • Minimizes the occurrence of Efflorescence
  • Reduces Moss, mould and algae growth
  • Retains a slight sheen look dependent on stone
  • Reduces dust
  • Deep penetrating
  • Alkali resistant
  • Acid resistant
  • Chemical and Solvent resistant
  • Water based, non-flammable
  • No odour
  • Will not flake, peel or scratch off
  • Suitable for food areas
  • Consolidating Sealer will last up to 5 years dependent on application, climate conditions and maintenance.

Application:

  • Clean surface if necessary
  • Surface to be treated should be dry and absorbent
  • Apply Sealer liberally, by spray, flood coat spreading with bristle broom, sponge or roller
  • Give whole surface a “wet” look
  • Leave for 20 minutes then reapply a second coat whilst still wet
  • Do not allow puddling on surface, a white residue could form
  • Allow to dry, water repellency will be evident immediately the surface appears dry, full curing will take 24 hours

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