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Product Details

  • Low-foam, deep penetrating stripper
  • No machine scrubbing necessary
  • No need to neutralize
  • No unpleasant solvent or ammonia odors 
  • 1 quart makes enough solution for 200 sq ft coverage


Disclaimer: Direct Colors does not warrant or guarantee results (outcomes). Concrete variations or improper application may cause unintended results. Test product on an inconspicuous or small area and allow to fully cure to ensure compatibility and desired result.

How-To Guide

Printable Concrete Floor Wax Remover How-To Guide

Step 1: Preparation

  • Cover areas at risk of over-spray with plastic drop cloth.
  • Remove oils, dirt, or debris using scrub brush and ProClean Degreaser™.
  • Allow the surface to thoroughly dry before application.

Step 2: Application

Coverage rate is approximately 200 square feet per gallon. Coverage rates may vary based on concrete texture, surface porosity, and application method.

NOTE: Only apply Concrete Floor Wax Remover when surface temperature is between 40 °F (4 °C) and 95 °F (35 °C).

Caution: May be harmful if swallowed or ingested. Contact with skin can cause mild irritation. Avoid contact with eyes.

Mixing:

  • Mix Ratio: 32 ounces of Concrete Floor Wax Remover to one gallon of hot water 130-150 °F (54-66 °C)
  • Remove all filters from pump-up sprayer.
  • Pour Concrete Floor Wax Remover into pump-up sprayer.
  • Pour hot water 130-150 °F (54-66 °C) into pump-up sprayer.
  • Tightly seal lid and shake vigorously for 20 seconds.
  • Allow Concrete Floor Wax Remover to sit for one minute before applying.

Spraying:

  • Spray Concrete Floor Wax Remover on entire surface (let soak for 10 minutes).
    • Do not allow the surface to dry before rinsing.
  • Agitate the surface with a scrub brush, cotton mop, or low-speed floor buffer with brush attachment.
  • Pick up the residue with a clean cotton mop or wet-dry vac.
  • Immediately rinse surface with water until surface is clear of residue.
  • Dry for at least eight hours before applying ProWax Polish™.

Step 3: Seal & Protect Finish

  • For interior: Allow surface to dry for eight hours and then apply two thin coats of ProWax Polish™.
  • For additional application instructions, see ProWax Polish™ How-To Guide.

Pro Tips:

  • Break larger areas down into manageable zones (200-400 square feet) to allow enough time to finish stripping the surface before the solution dries.

Cleanup:

  • Clean tools and supplies with ProClean Degreaser™ and warm water.

Maintenance:

  • For interior: Protect finish every two years with ProWax Polish™ or spot treat high-traffic areas as needed.
  • For additional application instructions, see ProWax Polish™ How-To Guide.

Tools & Supplies:

  • Pump-up sprayer
  • Scrub brush, cotton mop, or low-speed floor buffer with brush attachment
  • Wet-dry vac or mop and bucket
  • Plastic drop cloth

Disclaimer: Direct Colors does not warranty or guarantee results (outcomes). Concrete variations or improper application may cause unintended results. Test product on an inconspicuous or small area and allow to fully cure to ensure compatibility and desired result.

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