Acrylic Concrete Seal & Cure Compound
Acrylic Seal and Cure is a permanent acrylic curing compound that is recommended by architects and contractors to aid in the curing and sealing of concrete floors and slabs. It dries to a clear film and forms a tough abrasion resistant surface film with excellent mar and scratch resistance. It forms a good adhesion base for mastics used on all types of floors and is resistant to acids, alkalis, salts, corrosive gases, alcohol, soap, detergents, beverage products, gasoline and water. Exposure to 300oF or extended periods causes no apparent breakdown. It retards water evaporation from new concrete improving the degree of curing and minimizing surface dusting. It dries in 30 minutes and forms a hard film in 2 hours.
|Appearance: Clear Liquid||Solubility: Insoluble|
|Density: 7.25 Lbs./Gal.||pH Level: NA|
|Odor: Strong Solvent||Foaming: None|
|Flash Point: 80oF||Stability: Stable|
Rate Of Coverage
|Curing:||200 Feet Per Gallon|
|Hardening:||300 Feet Per Gallon|
|Sealing:||300-400 Feet Per Gallon|
New Concrete: As soon as the concrete reaches its initial set, apply the first coat with a lambs wool applicator or sprayer. If a higher gloss is desired after construction is completed apply second coat.
Old Concrete: Clean floor thoroughly of all greases, wax, oil, floor finish or stains. Be sure floor is completely dry before beginning. Lay down with lambs wool applicator and allow 4 to 6 hours to set then apply second coat.
Flammable, contains Xylene, keep away from heat, sparks and flame. Use in a well ventilated area. Avoid breathing vapors and contact with skin and eyes.
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