LTP Floor Wax is a wall and floor tile polish for use on most natural stones. Available in a clear or antique colour, it creates a protective layer against water, dust, dirt and other commonly found household contaminants.
LTP FLoor Wax gives surfaces an excellent shine and is suitable for use on travertine, slate, limestone, sandstone, tumbled marble, flamed and rough cut granite, terracotta, quarry and brick. It can also be used on wooden surfaces.
LTP Floor Wax is a soft paste wax that is blended from 3 types of wax.
LTP FLoor Wax is available in two colours, Clear or Antique. Clear is a light, almost white wax that provides a clear polished finish whilst Antique is a medium brown wax that provides surfaces with a more aged appearance.
Directions for use:
The surface to be treated should be completely, clean, dry and any pre-polish sealer thoroughly cured. Stir well. Apply LTP Floor Wax sparingly with a soft fluff-free cloth ensuring that the area of application is manageable. Quickly buff wax to a shine using a short haired brush, soft cloth or mechanical polisher.
Please Note: When using LTP Floor Wax on higher absorbency floors, the wax may be absorbed into the surface unevenly, consequently proving difficult to shine. Therefore, when treating such floors, it may be necessary to reduce the absorbency by pre-applying a suitable impregnating sealer. LTP Floor Wax can be applied to surfaces that have been impregnated with LTP Boiled Linseed Oil, Stone Oil, Mattstone and Colour Intensifier. The type of impregnator used will depend on the type of material that is being sealed.
Wash with LTP Waxwash. Ensure that areas where the seal has been worn or damaged are re-waxed. Apply a fresh coat of LTP Floor Wax to your floor should it begin to show signs of stain absorption. This should be done after the surface has been washed and allowed to thoroughly dry.
NB. Test the wax on an inconspicuous area prior to general application. LTP Floor Wax may not properly harden if too much polish is applied or if applied to surfaces containing moisture. In either case it may be difficult to obtain a shine. It will not polish properly if used on partially cured sealers or if the floor has not been properly pre-sealed. This product may be less ably applied in cold weather, in which case it may help to warm the can in tepid water (N.B. Do not use naked flame).
On most floors, 1 litre /10 square metres (two coats).
Store in a cool, dry, frost-free environment.
Shelf life – Up to 2 years.