LTP GLAZE PROTECTOR 1Litre
(as of Feb 02,2023 19:05:37 UTC – Details)
LTP Glaze Protector is a low maintenance self shine film forming sealer for glazed ceramic and porcelain, unpolished porcelain and vitrified quarry tiles. Protects and embellishes the surface. Highly resistant to wear and stains. Facilitates maintenance and cleaning. Leaves surfaces with a ‘just washed’ look. Newly installed surfaces – ensure surface to be treated is completely clean, dry and free from cement and grout stain (see LTP Grout Stain Remover). Existing surfaces – first clean and degrease surfaces with LTP Grimex (ASIN B00ECTW4S6 ) and rinse well. Leave to dry out thoroughly (24 hrs). Any retained moisture in the grout joints may cause the LTP Glaze Protector to dry opaque or prevent the seal from reaching full hardness. Application: Apply using a J cloth or LTP sealant applicator pad ASIN B00H1QPZWE . For application and cleaning tools see link; https://www.amazon.co.uk/LTP-Sealer-Pack-applicator-Applicator/dp/B08GL935M2/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=LTP+Application+tools&qid=1631403032&sr=8-3. Maintain with LTP Floorshine available on Amazon Asin; B0057P8VAE link; https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0057P8VAE/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_7WSYR30FX8DKAPVEAV3H. In areas where the seal becomes worn, apply more LTP Glaze Protector. At some stage, complete renovation of the seal may be desired. In this case use LTP Grimex to strip the original seal before re-sealing. Avoid using strong detergents to wash surfaces treated with LTP Glaze Protector. Store in a cool, dry, frost-free environment. Shelf life-Up to 4 years for un-opened containers. NOTE: This product is for interior use only, and is not suitable for wet rooms, shower enclosures or for rubber floors. For Safety data and Technical Sheet please visit LTP website.
Retains the ‘just washed’ look on glazed ceramic, porcelain, unpolished porcelain and vitrified quarry tiles.
Highly resistant to wear and stains.
For interior use only. Not suitable for use in wet rooms or shower enclosures or rubber floors.
Coverage; Approximately 30-40m2 per litre (one coat) depending on substrate porosity.