Kemiko Stone Tone Buff on Wax – Water Based is especially formulated to produce a low sheen finish with high protection and durability. Designed for interior use over Kemiko Stone Tone Stain, pigmented colored concrete, tile, brick, or any masonry surface.
Surface must be thoroughly cured and dry, free from all dark alkali, moisture spots, paint, wax, grease, and surface contaminant.
Kemiko Stone Tone Buff on Wax II – Water Based is applied using a heavy duty floor machine with three attachments; a stiff natural bristle brush (most critical), a medium bristle brush, and a buffing pad. WARNING: It is critical to have separate brushes for both sealed and unsealed acid stained floors. Unsealed acid stained floors will transmit color to brushes.
To begin, spread a smooth light coating of wax out from the walls (2-3 inches) and in the corners out to the radius of the floor machine attachment. Put on no more than 1/8 cup of wax on the floor in the center of the first 3 to 4 foot square. It will appear wet and dull. Immediately work the wax by spreading and burning it in with the natural stiff bristle attachment (this may take 1-2 minutes). Move to the next area maintaining no larger than a 3-4 foot quadrant and repeat the step only after the wax in the preceding area has turned to a slight glare and the wax ridges have disappeared.
When you have completed the application phase, change to the medium bristle brush attachment and buff the entire floor including your original hand waxed areas. After buffing, if greater protection is desired, repeat the first phase applying a thin second coat. Then rebuff. If a slightly higher sheen is desired, buff with the soft polishing pad.
Keep away from heat and open flame. Avoid prolonged breathing of vapor or spray mist. Avoid prolonged or repeated contact with skin. Do not take internally. Do not transfer contents to bottles or other unlabeled containers. Keep closures tight and upright to prevent leakage. In case of spillage, absorb and dispose of in accordance with local applicable regulations.