NeverStrip has a less expensive stone floor care approach the traditional methods.
A NeverStrip Floor Coatings (“NeverStrip”) Authorized Dealer recently rejuvenated/protected a limestone floor at a busy food café with the NeverStrip Micron Polishing System for Stone. The Customer wanted a “Pop”. The Customer said upon seeing the floor, “It looks amazing; it is beyond my expectation and management will take notice.” This approach was a less expensive stone floor care approach.
The Customer achieved an attractive appearance, a lower maintenance and highly refreshable floor, while protecting the Limestone from 16 hour per day traffic and staining/etching from orange juice, soda and other compounds. The floor now also has an attractive wet coefficient of friction, as measured by a BOT 3000E Slip Meter.
The process to perform the work was quick and simple:
1.) Deep clean the grout and Limestone with a neutral cleaner
3.) Wet condition the Limestone with NeverStrip Satin and Shine Diamond Encrusted Pads with a standard weighted 175-rpm floor machine
5.) Apply 2 thin applications of NeverStrip Stone, Terrazzo and Concrete Seal™ with a looped microfiber pad. Allow 5-10 minutes of dry time after each application.
6.) Polish after each application with a NeverStrip Shine Diamond Encrusted Pad with an electric burnisher.
The Café floor is 1,500 sq. feet. The project team consisted of 3 workers who spent 5 hours for a total of 15 man hours. Two applications of Stone, Terrazzo and Concrete Seal were applied. Less than one quart of product was needed. Coverage was better than 3,000 sq. feet per coat per quart!!!
NeverStrip Stone, Terrazzo and Concrete Seal (“STC”) is part of NeverStrip’s Micron family of exceptional high-performance floor coatings. STC is specifically designed for use on natural stones, terrazzo (epoxy or cement based) and concrete and cement based materials, such as self-leveling and troweled overlays.
Stone, Terrazzo and Concrete Seal is easy to apply, low VOCs, stain resistant and simple/quick to refresh. STC does not need to be removed during its normal lifecycle but can be easily removed.
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