SolidRock is specially designed to seal porous stone, tile and grout without affecting slip resistance. An ideal water based sealer for natural stone including marble, granite, limestone, bluestone, saltillo, travertine, sandstone, as well as terrazzo. It is ideal for application to the most porous stone surfaces. It is the preferred product when applying a clear sealer to grout since it can be sprayed or sponged onto grout lines and squeegeed or mopped off non-porous ceramic and porcelain tile, decreasing the application time.
Solidrock contains bonding and protection technology that provides maximum protection against most spills, spots, and stains. Your customer has made a large investment into fine stone floors. Applying Solidrock Premium Stone & Grout Sealer makes cleaning the stone easier, protects against surface and texture changes caused by many spilled common household food and beverage spills. It preserves the natural look of the stone, and can be applied to interior and exterior surfaces.
Available Sizes ▪ 1 gal. / 3.8 L bottles
- Item # BP-CST20GL
- MFR # 1683-2711
- MFR Legacy # CST20GL
- AKA # CST20, Spinergy SolidRock,
- Form: Liquid, Water-Based
- pH: 8
- Dilution Ratio: RTU
- Coverage: 300 to 1200 sq. ft. per gallon
- Bonding and protection technology that provides maximum protection against spots and spills
- Protects without affecting slip resistance
- Preserves the natural look of stone and can be applied to interior and exterior surfaces
- Ideal water based sealer for marble, granite, limestone, saltillo, travertine, sandstone, and terrazzo
- Grout Application
Spray grout lines with pump up sprayer. Squeegee excess into untreated areas and bonnet off non porous tiles. When dry (typically 1 to 2 hours) if there is a white haze on tiles, then buff off with white polishing pad and 175 rpm rotary machine.
- Stone Application
For entire floor application, spray on sealer then spread with a brush with synthetic fibers. An alternative and sometimes preferred application method is to liberally apply an even coat using a paint pad, roller or brush. Allow sealer to penetrate the surface for 15–30 minutes. During this time, distribute sealer over entire area to ensure even penetration. Remove excess sealer by wiping entire surface thoroughly with clean, dry towels. A second coat may be necessary after 1 hour. Place drop of water on newly sealed grout or stone and see if it absorbs into grout or stone. If it does absorb readily, then a second coat is necessary.