Glazer Solutions for Maintenance - Internal Concrete
One of the most wear-resistant polyurethane fortified sealer finishes ever made. Great resistance to marking and scuffing
An ideal sealer finish for sheet vinyl for mop and re-coat areas, or a great topcoat on urethaned timber.
- Easy to maintain and suitable for use with regular speed and ultra high speed (U.H.S.) equipment.
- Provides great resistance to marking and scuffing.
- Perfect for floors that are repeatedly buffed to a clean and shiny look day after day, under extreme traffic conditions.
- Extremely versatile and suitable where low maintenance is required.
For best results, floor should be stripped of old finish. However, GLAZER may be applied over conventional finish in good condition, with just a blue pad cut-back using Neutraclean or Supastar.
Rinse with cold water.
Do I Need to Preseal?
Glazer has excellent pore filling characteristics. Under normal circumstances, it does not need presealing - particularly on rubber or floating floors.
Old or porous floors should be sealed with the more economical Bedrock sealer. On stone, we recommend Blockade.
Application of Glazer
Use only clean polish mops for application.
Apply thin even coats. Apply up to four coats, depending on the result required.
Allow at least 1/2 hour between coats, longer in cold weather.
Dust mop daily - tracked in sand and grit destroys all floor finishes.
Damp mop or autoscrub using Neutraclean or Supastar.
Dry burnish or spraybuff, using either Shiner with conventional or Rebound with high speed or super speed machinery.
Just cut back with a blue pad and Neutraclean 1 to 20 parts water, rinse and recoat traffic lanes. Never apply Glazer to a dirty floor.
Sledgehammer is an all round effective stripper for Glazer.
If Bedrock or Blockade is used, strip with Steamroller II.