Description of Porcelain Stoneware Impregnation:
Sustained and invisible protection against oily, greasy, water-based stains and general dirt and signs of wear. Impregnated surfaces are stain resistant and easy to clean. For polished, matt, ground and structured porcelain stoneware. For interior and exterior use. Can also be used as grout protection.
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Lasting, invisible protection from oil, grease and water marks as well as general soiling and traces of wear. Impregnated surfaces are more resistant to marking and are easier to clean.
Can be used indoors and out for matte, natural, highly polished, precision-ground, textured and shaped porcelain and stone. For work surfaces, tables, walls and floors. Can also be used to impregnate porous surfaces such as cement grout.
Direction of use:
The base must be dry, unmarked and clean. Use a paint roller or a brush to apply a very thin but even layer. A second application after 3-5 minutes, while the first application is still wet, will increase its effectiveness. However, only apply as much as the surface can absorb. Do not apply any excess. Let the impregnation sit for 50 minutes and then soak up any liquid that was not absorbed, using a clean, dry, absorbent cloth. Remove any dried-on residue using a cloth soaked with the impregnation. Do not leave any streaks. The drying time for the impregnation is another 3-4 hours; do not step on the surface during this time or expose it to moisture. It becomes fully effective after about 24 hours.
For larger surfaces, always work in sections. Cover glass and solvent-sensitive surfaces during the application. Only apply to clean, unmarked, dry and cured grout when using as grout protectant. Otherwise, irregularities and discoloration may result.