DuraSport High Performance Wood Floor Finish, 1 Case Gal.

DuraSport High Performance Wood Floor Finish, 1 Case Gal.

Item No.: 63781

$308.09

Regular price:$385.11
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Description

  • Liquid High Performance Wood Floor Finish - White, DuraSport 1 Case Gallon
  • High Performance Wood Floor Finish
  • Ready-to-use, 31% self cross-linking water based wood floor finish. Strong, resilient protection, no catalyst required, fast dry and recoat. Low odor, repairable, coverage up to 1000 sq. ft. per gallon.
  • 31% self crosslinking water based wood floor finish with strong, resilient protection. No catalyst required. Fast dry and recoat. Repairable.
  • Advantages
  • Low odor.
  • One to 2 hour re-coat time. Only 24 hour gym down time. With a quick cure time, floors can be prepped and double coating in one working shift.
  • This self-catalysting formula requires no mixing or measuring, resulting in no mistakes, no pot life, and no wasted product.
  • Resists black marks, scuffs, and abrasion for lasting beauty. Stands up to heavy usage.
  • Up to 1000 sq.ft.coverage.
  • Specifically designed as a performance counterpart for solvent and water-borne urethane finishes. Formulated with silanolsilane polymer, the crosslinking occurs during drying time.
  • NOTE: Not recommended as a first coat sealer for new or bare wood floors. Seal bare wood with an approved solvent-based sealer prior to finishing with DuraSport.
  • Directions
  • Preparing Previously Sealed Floors: Dry Screen Method:
  • 1. Dust mop floor to remove surface dirt and grit. Remove gum or adhesive residue with a putty knife.
  • 2. Remove oily deposits and marks by scrubbing with a single disk floor machine or automatic scrubber equipped with nylon scrub pads and a 1 -16 solution (8 oz. cleaner per ga. of water) of Dura Prep Hardwood Floor Cleaner. Pick up dirty solution and allow to dry.
  • 3. Dull the old finish by buffing with a standard speed (175 rpm) floor machine and 120 grit sand screen. Turn screens after 250 sq. ft. Change after using both sides. Buff in both directions using overlapping passes.
  • 4. Pick up dust by dry vacuuming followed by sweeping with a clean (not oil treated) dust mop or towel dampened with a 1 - 4 (32 oz. cleaner to 1 gallon water) solution of DuraPrep. Repeat until all dust is removed.
  • Automatic Scrubber Wet System:
  • 1. Dust mop floor to remove dust and grit. Scrape up any gum or tape.
  • 2. Dilute DuraPrep with 4 parts water (32 oz. per gallon of water) in scrubber solution tank.
  • 3. Set up automatic with red scrub pads backing 120 grit sand screens.
  • 4. Scrub floor using overlapping passes going across the grain. Scrub slowly about 1 step per second. Use just enough solution to wet the floor and prevent dusting. Do not pick-up the solution as you scrub on first pass. Make a second pass following the grain. Pick up solution as you scrub. Change screens every 500 square feet. Do not allow floor to dry between passes.
  • 5.Change the solution tank to a 64-1 dilution (2ounces concentrate per gallon of water). Rescrub screened area in full automatic mode using red pads only no screens. Make sure floor is completely clean and dust free.
  • 6. Dust mop floor using 4 parts water to 1 part DuraPrep on a clean mop. Spray mop until wet but not dripping. Respray as needed. Change heads as they become soiled.
  • Application:
  • Apply DuraSport with the grain of the wood. Keep a wet edge. Do not attempt to touch up an area after it has set for over 5 minutes. Apply in an even coat with no puddles. First coat coverage should be approximately 800 sq.ft. per gallon.
  • Allow the first coat to dry 1-2 hours with adequate ventilation. If humidity is high (70%+) an additional 1 -4 hours may be required prior to recoating. Do not allow to dry more than 8 hours between coats or screening will be required.
  • Apply the second coat. Let dry. A third coat may be applied within 4-8 hours of the second coat if desired.
  • Specifically designed as a performance counterpart for solvent and water-borne urethane finishes. Formulated with silanolsilane polymer, the crosslinking occurs during drying time.
  • This self-catalysing formula requires no mixing or measuring resulting in no mistakes, no pot life, and no wasted product.
  • With a quick cure time, floors can be prepped and double coated in one working shift
  • Resists black marks, scuffs, and abrasion for lasting beauty. Stands up to heavy usage.
  • Do not apply when temperatures are below 65 F. above 90 F. or when humidity exceeds 80%.
  • Not recommended as a first coat sealer for new or bare wood floors. Seal bare wood with an approved solvent-based sealer prior to finishing with DuraSport.
  • DuraSport can be applied with a conventional lambswool or chenille applicator or with a weighted foam applicator. Rinse all applicators to rid of lint and loose fibers prior to use. Do not apply with string mops.
  • Do not shake before using. Do not overwork (scrub) the applicator when applying.
  • Turn off air handlers during application to prevent loosing wet edge. After application is complete, wait 10-15 minutes before restarting air handlers.
  • When applying over floors that have been previously sealed with an unknown finish. Test in an inconspicuous area to insure compatibility.
  • Use with adequate ventilation.
  • Keep all equipment clean and wash applicators with plenty of warm water after each use.
  • Allow 24 hours after application of the last coat before exposing to moderated traffic. Longer periods of 3-5 days are recommended for heavy usage.
  • Caution
  • May be harmful or fatal if swallowed-May cause irritation to skin-May cause mild to moderate irritation to eyes. Keep out of reach of children.
  • Specifications
  • Physical Form: Opaque Liquid
  • Color: White
  • Scent: Typical
  • Specific Gravity: 1.055
  • Density: 8.80 lbs. per gallon
  • pH As Is: 8.5 - 8.8
  • Total Solids: 31%
  • Weight: 46.80 Pounds

  • DuraSport Technical Data Sheet

  • DuraSport Safety Data Sheet

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