DRY STONE

For stain protection

Description

DRY STONE is a compound based on low molecular weight oligomers with functional modification dissolved in a hydro alcoholic solution. Once fully cured the product prevents the absorption of aqueous and oily liquids, protecting the surface from the attack of aggressive substances.

DRY STONE usually does not alter the appearance of the surface so that it retains its natural chromatic valences (disappearing effect).

Usage field

DRY STONE is used as an invisible protective agent for marble, granite, porcelain tile, brick, wood, fabrics and other kinds of absorbent surfaces.

Packaging

The product is sold in 300 - 1000 and 5000 ml containers

DRY STONE

For stain protection

Application

The product should be applied to surfaces thoroughly cleaned of all dust, dirt or other materials, and not necessarily to dry surfaces.

The best application method is obtained by pouring a small amount of DRY STONE onto the surface and spreading it with a clean cloth.

In case any product has been applied to excess (drops) it must be homogenized using the cloth.

Existing shiny surfaces shall be hand polished as soon as the product is dry and never later than 10 minutes after. If hand polishing is difficult to be done, a small wheel, equipped with a disc with a polishing cloth, shall be used.

If the opaque patina persists you can remove it by re-applying the product and polishing it in due time.

Please note that as the substrate's temperature increases, both the product drying time and the useful time for polishing decrease without need to apply any further product.

DRY STONE

For stain protection

Average Consumption

Coverage: 30 to 50 m2/litre, depending on the porosity of the substrate.

DRY STONE

For stain protection

Features

Bulk Density, UNI 8310

g/cm3

0.92 ± 0.05

Apparent dynamic viscosity, ISO 3219

mPa·s

22 ± 5

Contact angle

degrees

> 100

Note: testing methods are in accordance with the standards referred to in the table.

 

DRY STONE

For stain protection

Warning and informations
  • Given the substrate nature variability, it is advisable to always verify the disappearing effect on a small portion of the surface to be treated, before carrying out a full treatment.
  • Allow at least 24 hours prior to the use of the treated parts, in order to allow a minimal curing time of the active initial substance.
  • Use only neutral detergents for the future cleanup of the surface.
Preservation

Store in a dry place between +4 and +30°C. Stable for at least 1 year.