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Max Guard Sealer

$124.95

Quick Overview

• Water based Sealer
• Repels oil and water
• Goes on with little to no odor
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Our Max Guard is a water-based sealer. Specially formulated to provide maximum protection while repelling oil and water it also goes on with little to no odor, so no heavy chemical smell. Modern Stone’s Max Guard water-based stone sealer is a premium product specially formulated to provide maximum stain protection to a variety of stone surfaces while still allowing your stone to keep its natural beauty and appearance. Modern Stone sealer allows for moisture vapor transmission and may also be used as a pre-grouting sealer. It greatly reduces the time you will need to keep up your floor. Use on marble, granite, limestone, travertine, concrete/masonry, saltillo tile, clay tile, stucco, terrazzo, and grout. Test in an inconspicuous area and allow 24 hours to cure to determine ease of application and desired results. COVERAGE CHART: Approximate square foot coverages for the typical job, per gallon.
Travertine: 1500 Limestone: 1500 Marble: 1500
Granite: N/A Slate: 900 Quartzite: 1000
Sandstone: 500 Flagstone: 500 Terra Cotta: 600
Saltillo Tile: 600 Grout: 2000 Brick/Masonry: 500
Concrete: 500
*Two coats are assumed for substrates where two coats are typical, and are factored in. As with any job dealing with natural stone varied results can be expected.

Additional Information

SKU 8856