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Looks great. Apply once a year to our retail location floor and holds up great. Super high traffic areas could use it twice a year(we only do it once). Very happy with this product.

$40.95

  • Exceptional coating protection
  • High gloss, slip resistant floor finish
  • Industrial grade floor wax


How much do I need to wax my concrete floor?

It will depend on the square footage of your application and if this is the first applicaton or a subsequent one.

The coverage rate is 1,000 square feet per gallon. (1 coat). For the first application after sealing, apply 2 to 3 thin coats.

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Our Commercial Concrete Floor Wax and Polish is a non buff floor wax with the highest gloss and lowest labor cost. This floor wax utilizes the latest polymer technology to protect floors sealed with an acrylic concrete sealer from wear and tear. Direct Colors Floor Polish 


 Quick Facts


Application Tool: Trimp Pad
Dry Time: 12 hours 
Cleanup: Organic cleaner and degreaser
Coverage: 1000 sq. ft. per gallon

Coverage:

Covers approximately 1,000 square feet per gallon per coat. For the first application after sealing, apply 2-3 thin coats.  Allow for 48-72 hours dry time for floors sealed with solvent-based sealers before applying Residential or Commercial Wax.

 

Application:

  • Apply both residential and commercial waxes with a trim pad or foam mop with wringer attachment. 
  • For the first application after sealing, apply 2-3 thin coats.
  • Soak the applicator in warm water and shake or wring out excess before use. 
  • Pour wax into a paint or wallpaper tray and saturate applicator. 
  • Press out excess and push a thin milky coat onto the surface. 
  • The product will appear milky when applying but will clear as it dries. 
  • Smooth out any foaming that may appear on the surface. 
  • Allow to dry for 3-4 hours between coats. 
  • The final coat should try for 12 hours before moving furniture or heavy objects across the floor.  
  • Wash applicators with hot water and soap for future use. 
  • Store wax and floor polish in a temperature controlled space with lid tightly closed. 
  • An additional wax coat or spot-waxing will be needed quarterly depending on traffic and use. 
  • Allow for 48-72 hours dry time for floors sealed with solvent-based sealers before applying Residential or Commercial Wax.

      

Click for more detailed recommendations on the care and maintenance of decorative concrete floors.

 

Features:

  • Ready to use
  • High gloss
  • Aplies evenly
  • Prevents sealer wear and tear avoiding the need for reapplication
  • Hides scuff marks
  • Easy to apply, low odor and fast drying
  • No buffing required but is recommended for high traffic businesses
  • Re-apply as needed without stripping
  • Indoor concrete floor use only


Tips for Use:

Place Teflon pads or felt tips under all chair and furniture legs. Plastic mats should be used under all rolling office chairs to preserve the decorative finish.


Waxing Indoor Surfaces


  • Applying Concrete Floor Wax and Polish to your surface is a critical final step in maintaining interior decorative concrete.
  • Wax protects the finished surface but does not replace the need for sealer on your floor.
  • While sealer penetrates into the pores of your concrete and maintains your floor’s color, wax is a topical coat designed to serve as a barrier between daily wear and tear and your floor’s sealed surface.
  • If properly waxed and maintained, you’ll never need to seal again! 
  • Remember, floor polish is intended for interior applications only and should not be applied outdoors.
  • *Allow for 48-72 hours dry time for floors sealed with solvent based sealers before applying Residential or Commercial Wax.
  • Before waxing thoroughly clean all dirt and debris from the surface using warm soapy water or water mixed with a light organic degreaser.
  • Do not use harsh chemicals such as xylene, lacquer thinner, adhesive remover or similar products. These chemicals will remove your sealer and ruin the finish on your decorative concrete.
  • First mop the floor with the cleaning solution then mop again using water only. Finally, leave the floor to dry making certain all residue has been removed from the floor.
  • After the surface has dried, apply either the residential or commercial wax with either a sponge mop with wringer attachment, Floor Coater or Trim Pad. Pour the floor polish into a paint tray and use the ridges to purge the applicator of excess polish before applying.
  • The thinner the coat, the stronger each layer of floor polish will be.
  • For the first application, apply 2-3 thin coats floor polish allowing each coat to dry completely before applying the next.
  • To limit the possibility of streaking, apply the first coat East to West and the second coat North to South.
  • Before allowing traffic on the floor, test the wax by applying pressure to the surface with your fingernail.
  • If the surface dents the wax will require more time to dry. 
  • Select commercial wax over residential wax if large dogs will routinely be on the floors.
  • Depending traffic conditions, the floor should be waxed approximately every 3-8 months.
  • Before reapplying, walk the surface of the floor to determine if spot waxing will suffice.
  • Always clean the floor thoroughly before application.
  • Cold Temperature Warning: DO NOT apply water-based concrete sealers or floor waxes when surface temperatures are below 65°F.
  • Turn on the central heat and air etc. to 75°F before applying to raise the floor temperature.
  • Lay a flat thermometer covered with a towel on the floor for 5-10 mins or use an infrared thermometer to confirm floor temperature.
  • All heating sources and overhead fans must be turned off during application.
  • In-floor heating should be set at 60-65 degrees before and turned off during the application process.
  • Fans and heat can be turned on after application to aid with drying.
  • Do not allow to freeze.

Cold Temperature Warning:

Do not apply water-based sealers when surface temperatures are below 60°F with an air temperature difference of 5 degrees or less. Central heating, radiant or convection heaters, or similar heating devices should be turned off during application. In-floor heating should be set at 60-65°F before and turned off during the application process. Do not allow to freeze.

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