After a single application of Patio Porcelain Floor Tile Sealer to the porcelain tiles if will offer a nice clear, durable, glossy finish.
Patio Porcelain Floor Tile Sealer instructions say only apply one coat, can I apply a second application?
Patio Porcelain Floor Tile Sealer is a very durable Nano-Coating, it is only necessary to apply a single application, we do not recommend applying a second coat as it may result in over application problems.
For best results Patio Porcelain Floor Tile Sealer needs to be applied with an even thin coat. To achieve this we recommend using a paint brush, micro fibre flat mop, paint pad, sponge or cloth. Using a roller can cause problems with inconsistent and over application of the sealer.
If I have problems applying Patio Porcelain Floor Tile Sealer or simply don’t like the finish can it be stripped off?
Yes, Patio Porcelain Floor Tile Sealer can be removed by using a chemical we manufacture call "Extreme Clean" applied neat and left to dwell for 15-20 minutes. Always do a test patch with the sealer to check suitability before progressing with the application of the patio area.
Patio Porcelain Floor Tile Sealer is very durable, if applied correctly you can expect it to last 3-5 years before reapplication.
We recommend applying Patio Porcelain Floor Tile Sealer very thinly, if the product is over applied it can cause problems with moisture clouding (white patches) if you experience these issues please contact our technical helpline for advise 01300-345898
Yes, you can purchase a small 200ml tester bottle to trial to check suitability before use.
Patio Porcelain Floor Tile Sealer applies a very layer of sealer that sits on top of the porcelain making it very easy to keep clean, it may cause the tiles to become slightly slippery only when wet. Always do a test patch to check suitability of the product for your project. [...]
Yes, although we market Patio Porcelain Floor Tile Sealer for external patio areas, it is suitable for use in the home on all internal porcelain situations.
Coverage will vary depending on the surface texture of the tile, as a guidance we say approximately 15m2 per litre. We do know that some of our customers have achieved greater coverage on their projects with excellent results.