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Product Description

Non-Buff Floor Finish (03 INB)

Finish vinyl, vinyl asbestos, asphalt, rubber, linoleum, sealed concrete, and terrazzo floors with this metal-ion, cross-linked floor finish. Non-Buff Floor Finish is resistant to soiling, black heel marking, scuffing, and water spotting. It is typically used in unison with a mop and bucket, floor machine, and a wet/dry vacuum. Dry time is required, so lay this finish only after the area has been blocked-off to prevent unwanted footprints.

Burnishing requirements:
None or as desired

Floor finish is one component of a more extensive floor maintenance program, and it should not be applied to any floor until after the surface is fully stripped, neutralized, rinsed, and sealed. This product is manufactured by Snee Chemical Company utilizing advanced formulation that provides a high gloss on all floor surfaces.

Ideal for use in office buildings, hospitals, schools, homes, public buildings, hotels, theaters, shipyards, and retail locations.

This finish should be applied or poured onto floor surface. Spread liquid polymer blend with a mop and allow finish to cure. Dry times will vary based on humidity and heat. Cover mop, and any unused product, between coats to keep finish from spoiling.

Non-Buff Floor Finish is a ready-to-use formula. Ready-to-use products are premixed in exacting proportions during manufacturing, so you never have to measure or mix, or risk using a solution that's too strong to be safe or too weak to be effective. Use the exact amount you need, thereby minimizing waste.

Phosphate free.

Specs:
pH: 8.5 + 0.2
SPECIFIC GRAVITY: 1.021
COLOR: Milky white
ODOR: n/a

Coverage per gal:
Varies based on floor type.

Availability:
1 gal
4/1 gal case
5 gal pail
30 gal drum (add 3-5 days)
55 gal drum (add 3-5 days)

Material Safety Data Sheets available after purchasing.
  • Model: 03 INB
  • FLS






Current Reviews: 1

Non Buff Floor Finish


Non Buff Floor Finish

First time trying it and was surprised on how well the floors turned out. There is a learning curse on applying it so you don't have missed areas. Make sure you have good lighting and use a rayon mop head. Best to use a painting flood light. Dries fast with only minor fumes. Using it for nursing home resident rooms, dining room and many other areas....
Date Added: 03/25/2016 by David -



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