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CEX100 Color Enhancing Sealer

Color Enhancing Sealer I Sealer for Natural Stone I MB Stone


For exterior or interior surfaces.

Availability: In Stock | SKU: CC-CEX100

CEX100 is the ultimate color enhancing sealer. It is has more resins and provides a darker color. Can be applied on exterior or interior surfaces, has a very low odor, is mold & mildew resistant, non-yellowing, and easy to work with. Shake well before using. Surface must be clean, dry and free of any sealer, wax or coating. Thinning is not normally required. CEX100 can be thinned with mineral spirits (where permitted by local regulations) up to 50% to extend coverage and/or reduce color enhancement and gloss. Mix thoroughly before use. Store only in clearly marked container.

Directions For Use: Always test a spare piece of material in an inconspicuous area to determine dwell time and coverage rate for desired results. Too much gloss can be remedied but color shift is not reversible. Spraying is not recommended. Apply liberally to surface to be treated with a paint roller, pad, or brush. Keep surface wet with sealer solution until saturated, 5 to 30 minutes depending on substrate. For a low sheen finish, remove excess sealer before it dries on the surface using a clean dry cloth. Dried sealer can usually be removed from surface using an alkaline cleaner or stripper. Coverage depends upon the porosity of the surface being sealed and the desired level of gloss, usually 75-500 sqft per quart. To clean hands, wash with warm soapy water. Tools can be cleaned with mineral spirits. Surface dry enough for light foot traffic when dry to touch, usually 4-8 hours, depending on substrate, temperature, and application methods.

Will not protect surface from abrasion or chemical etching. Heavy applications may reduce slip resistance of substrate. May damage or be difficult to remove from non-recommended surfaces such as glass or metal.

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