Miracle Sealants 511 Porous Plus - 1 Quart (32 oz.)

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Miracle Sealants 511 Porous Plus - 1 Quart (32 oz.)

SKU: PLUSQT6
$78.99
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ABOUT 511 POROUS PLUS
511 Porous Plus is a penetrating sealer designed for the protection of the most porous surfaces. 511 Porous Plus forms an invisible barrier that is resistant to moisture and stains while allowing vapor to escape.

Certified for indoor advantage gold status and indoor air quality certification for interior and exterior applications. Resistant to water, oil, and weather.

SLIP PROTECTION FOR:

  • Polished Marble
  • Polished Granite
  • Limestone
  • Sandstone
  • Slate
  • Saltillo Tile
  • Flagstone
  • Flamed & Honed Granite
  • Honed/Textured Marble
  • Granite
  • Sanded Grout
  • Terra Cotta
  • Cantera/Adoquin

SPECIAL FEATURES:

  • Interior & Exterior Use
  • Weather Resistant
  • OK for Food Areas
  • Superior Coverage
  • Easy-to-Use
  • U.V. Transparent

    How to Apply Sealer:

    Step 1:
    Wipe down the surface to ensure that it is free from dirt and debris. Protect neighboring surfaces such as carpet and wood floors.

    Step 2:
    Pour the Sealant into an applicator tray and begin applying using the foam applicator. Apply only enough sealant to wet the surface, do not over-apply. Allow the sealer to stand for 3-5 minutes for maximum penetration.

    Step 3:
    Remove all excess sealer with a clean white towel or microfiber towel. Test an area with a few drops of water. If the water absorbs into the material; repeat step 2 after allowing it to dry for 2 hours. If the water does not absorb, the area is ready for foot traffic after 2 hours. The finished area must be kept dry and free of staining materials for 72 hours.

    Prop 65 Warning for CA residents.

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