EP 900 is a one component highly durable floor polish. This product can produce a high performance floor finish that performs well in low maintenance floor finish programs as well as in ultra-high speed maintenance programs. The product can be used over many coatings and surfaces to provide a protective layer with excellent scratch and mark resistance.
BENEFITS OF USE:Provides a protective layer over many surfaces.
Long term gloss retention
Exception a response to High speed maintenance.
Pops when burnished.
Easy to dilute concentration.
VOLATILE ORGANIC CONTENT:VOC compliant
COLOR:Opaque milky white color (dries clear)
COVERAGE PER GALLON:Typical coverage is 2,000 square feet per gallon per coat.
MIXING RATIO:By simply cutting the concentrate with water, floor polishes ranging from 10% up to 25% can be produced.We recommend mixing one part Concentrate with one
part water by volume (19.4% solids)
PACKAGING INFORMATION:This product is available in 5 gallon pails and 50 gallon containers.
(Approximately 8.75 pounds/gallon)
SHELF LIFE:6 months in unopened containers when stored between 50-80 degrees Fahrenheit.
FINISH CHARACTERISTICS:Hi Gloss. The overall finish characteristics are determined by the application method and burnishing.
ABRASION RESISTANCE:The product has excellent scratch and mark resistance for a polymer polish.
DOT CLASSIFICATION:Not regulated
VISCOSITY: Less than 50 cps
ADHESION:Typical applications to most surfaces have good adhesion qualities.
PRIMER:No primer is necessary.
TOP COAT:Multiple coats (3-4 coats) are normally required for best performance.
TEST AREA:Substrates and surfaces can be highly variable in texture and type; accordingly, it is advisable to apply a small test area to determine suitability before undertaking the entire project
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PRODUCT STORAGE: Store product in an area so as to bring the material to normal room temperature before using. Continuous storage should be between 50 and 80 degree F. Keep from freezing.
SURFACE PREPARATION: Repair any damaged surfaces with a suitable product. Make sure surface to be waxed is completely dry. If the floor is not completely dry, the wax will not set or cure properly. All dirt, oil, dust and foreign contaminants must be removed to assure a trouble free application and we recommend a mild detergent and/or degreaser (depending of floor condition) for this process. For best results for large surface areas, we recommend using a 17” white scotch floor pad with a stand up floor polisher.
PRODUCT APPLICATION: Always apply a small test area before undertaking the entire job. Stir material before using, then dilute with water to the desired strength (BEST RESULTS 1 PART CONCENTRATE/1 PART WATER). Again, mix thoroughly. You can apply the polish with a nylon looped wax applicator mop or a flat wax applicator mop after you set up all necessary caution/wet floor
signs and cordon off all areas that will have polish applied. There should not be any traffic through this area until all of the coats are applied and completely dry. Typical coverage rates are 2,000 square feet per gallon per coat; for example, 1 gallon would provide 4 coats on a 20’x25’ (500 sq ft) room. When using a flat wax mop, you can pour the polish into the open back of the mop and for looped end wax mops, we recommend dipping it into the polish in your bucket, and slightly wringing it out, so the mop is damp. Apply a “thin” coat of polish to the floor. If the first layer is too thick, the polish can cure improperly and not bond well and
the rest of the polish coats will be ruined; which will require you to strip off what you just laid down, and start over. The most effective way to apply the polish throughout a room is to start at the entranceway and outline the room, running along the baseboards first, then fill in the rest of the area by working back and forth until you work your way out the door. A 15 – 25% overlap is common to ensure no areas are missed. If any polish is splashed onto the baseboards or surrounding objects, it should be removed immediately. The 1st coat must be allowed to completely dry before applying the subsequent coats. About 20 – 30
minutes is typically a good amount of time to let each coat dry before starting the next coat of polish. Repeat the above instructions after allowing the previous coat to completely dry. Typical applications for the polish are three to four coats. The more coats you put down, the more protection you’ll provide for the floor. It is a good idea to allow as much time as possible for the final coat to cure and adhere before allowing foot traffic. Typically 8 hours of curing is adequate before opening it up to the public. Product is intended for indoor applications.
RECOAT OR TOP COATING: Typically three to four coats are applied.
CLEANUP: Use any suitable mild detergent with a neutral pH to slightly alkaline pH and water.
FLOOR CLEANING: Caution! Some cleaners may affect the polish surface. Test each cleaner in a small area, utilizing your cleaning technique. If no ill effects are noted, you can continue to clean with the product and process tested. For wet burnishing maintenance add 12 ounces of the EP Rejuvenator 900 full strength to a gallon container and fill the container with water and mixwell; then spray a slight mist onto the floor and buff. Test a small area first before performing on a larger area.
RESTRICTIONS: Restrict the use of the floor for at least 8 hours and preferably 24 hours. Keep the floor dry for this period. Dependent on actual complete system application,surface may be slippery, especially when wet or contaminated; keep surface clean and dry. Clean up chemical or water spills as soon as possible to avoid slight water marks or cloudiness in the wax film.
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