Limestone & Sandstone Sealer

Limestone & Sandstone Sealer

Limestone & Sandstone Sealer is a unique waterborne surface treatment with exceptional water repellency and binding properties. Limestone & Sandstone Sealer is a hydrophobic binder rather than a film forming sealer - this feature allows the various materials to “breathe” normally. It also contains a highly effective biocide that inhibits mould and algal growth. Limestone & Sandstone Sealer converts fretting natural stone and masonry from a soft material to a hard dust-free natural finish with excellent weathering and durability.

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  • Features & Benefits
  • Areas of Use

Features & Benefits

  • Allows natural stone to breathe
  • Highly water repellent
  • Binds loose and friable surface
  • Maintains natural appearance / Clear matt finish
  • Biocide protected
  • UV stable
  • Water borne
  • Environmentally friendly - extremely low V.O.C.

Areas of Use

  • Australian natural limestone and sandstone
  • Walls
  • Ornamental features
  • Capping
  • NOT SUITABLE for paved or trafficable areas

How to seal and protect limestone and sandstone

Instructions

  • YOU WILL NEED

    YOU WILL NEED

    1litre of Limestone and Sandstone Sealer will cover approximately 1m² of stone

  • EQUIPMENT

    EQUIPMENT

    Easily applied by brush or roller, but for best results it is advised to spray. When spraying apply horizontally in a flood coat from the top to bottom

  • NUMBER OF COATS

    NUMBER OF COATS

    2 coats of Limestone and Sandstone Sealer are required to seal and protect surfaces

  • DRYING TIME

    DRYING TIME

    Allow 30 minutes drying time between coats. 24 hours is required before any water should come into contact with the surface

  • CLEAN UP

    CLEAN UP

    Limestone and Sandstone Sealer is easily cleaned up with water before it dries

  • TIPS

    TIPS

    Apply to dry surface. To test moisture, tape down a clear plastic sheet over a small section of the surface to be treated in direct sunlight and leave for 2 hours. If moisture appears on the underside of the sheet the area is too damp

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