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Our Commercial Concrete Floor Wax and Polish protects floors sealed with an acrylic concrete sealer from wear and tear with little buildup. Commercial Concrete Floor Wax is easy and quick to apply and can be used to “spot” wax in higher traffic areas without stripping. Our product does not require buffing after each application but is recommended for high-traffic businesses, especially restaurants and retail businesses, after the initial application and at least 1-2 per year thereafter for best results.
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.
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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.
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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Determine how much Concrete Stain, Concrete Sealer, and Floor Wax is needed for a typical project using your square footage or dimensions of your project in feet.
All coverage rates vary depending on the porosity of the concrete and surface conditions.
Step 1: Select Base Concrete Color
Step 2: Select Pigment Color* if the display looks "off" below, please toggle the base color.
Step 3: Enter Portland Cement Weight and Bag Quantity
Determine how much Pigment you need to achieve the color you have selected based on the amount of 5,000 PSI Countertop Mix.
To achieve uniform color throughout your project be consistent with the amount of Water, Mix and Pigment used.
Step 3: Enter Portland Cement Weight
Determine quantity of Pigment needed based on the amount of Portland Cement you are working with to achieve the color you selected.
To achieve uniform color throughout your project be consistent with the amount of Water, Pigment and Portland Cement used.
Determine how much Pigment you need to achieve the color you have selected based on the weight of your Concrete Mix.
You may also use this calculator for Prebagged Plaster, Stucco and Grout (colors typically vary within an acceptable range).
Step 3: Select Concrete Strength
Step 4: Enter Truck Pour Per Yard
Total Pigment Needed
Determine how much Pigment you need to achieve the color you have selected based upon your Truck Pour/ Per Yard requirements.
Enter the depth, width and length of your concrete slab to calculate the number of cubic yards and concrete bags needed to complete your project.
Enter the depth, width and length of your concrete footing to calculate the number of cubic yards and concrete bags needed to complete your project.
Enter the diameter and height of your concrete column to calculate the number of cubic yards and concrete bags needed to complete your project.
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