Description - The 511 Impregnator Sealer is a penetrating sealer that leaves a natural look unlike other sealers. Highly versatile, the Impregnator provides water, stain, and slip protection for grouting, ceramics, natural stone, and brick. This easy to use formula is also non yellowing, weather resistant, and safe for food areas.
Size - 1 quart
Grout Release - Yes
Physical Form - Liquid
Shelf Life - 12 months
Coverage - 125 - 1,000 sq ft
Recommended Uses - Impregnator Sealer is recommended for use on grout as well as a variety of tile: porcelain, ceramic, quarry, glazed, travertine, marble, bricks, in restrooms, kitchens, bedroooms, driveways, showers, and many additional spaces where slip, stain, and water resistance may be important.
For new installations:
- 511 Impregnator should not be diluted or thinned in anyway. 511 Impregnator should be used as is, directly from approved container.
- Before Grouting: Apply 511 Impregnator to all surfaces prior to grouting. Apply 511 Impregnator using a Mira Brush applicator or a clean towel. Apply enough to wet the surface. To see coverage charts, Click Here
- Allow to stand for 3 - 5 minutes for maximum penetration. All excess must be removed at this time by buffing surface with a clean dry towel. This is very important on polished, glazed and porcelain surfaces. Allow Impregnator to cure for 6 - 12 hours before continuing with the grouting procedure.
- After Grouting: Once grouted, make sure that all grout residue is removed from the surface with a clean sponge and water. Allow grout to cure per manufacturers specification. Once the area has completely dried, proceed with the sealing of the grout for water and stain resistance.
- Apply 511 Impregnator to all grout with a paint brush. Any excess sealer that gets on the surface should be wiped off with a clean towel before it dries. On larger jobs grout can be sealed by retreating the entire area including the tile or stone surface for a second time.
- Be careful not to allow the sealer to puddle or dry on pre-sealed surfaces.
For existing installations:
- Surface prep: Surface must be dry and free of contaminants, including previously applied sealers, dirt, lime & hard water deposits, efflorescence, rust & other heavy dirt and grime.
- Follow the application instructions previously mentioned, except now, seal the grout and tile or stone surfaces at the same time. When treating surfaces together, make sure that the recessed grout is saturated.
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