Particularly suitable for pre-sealing pre-treatment and for the water-repellent treatment of handmade terracotta.
Ready-to-use, fast-acting deep water repellent. It is applied on HANDMADE COTTO, TERRECOTTE, BRICKS. Being a water-based product, it is ideal for the water-repellent treatment against
rising damp on interior and exterior floor and wall surfaces, even if not perfectly dry. Used as a pre-treatment before grouting, it facilitates the subsequent removal of residues of cement, mortar and grout used for laying.
WATER REPELLENT ANTI-HUMIDITY ANTIMUFFA FORNACE BERNASCONI contains a mixture of highly reactive modified silanes and siloxanes, a few minutes gives the treated material a marked surface water repellency (pearling effect). The complete water repellent action of depth develops over a few days.
Does not alter the appearance or the breathability of the treated material.
Delivery time: 3-5 working days.
METHOD OF USE
WATER REPELLENT ANTI-HUMIDITY ANTIMUFFA FORNACE BERNASCONI is applied pure on clean, dry or evenly damp surfaces, with brush, rag or even by spray with manual sprayer, spreading it evenly and
removing any excess. Avoid application at ambient temperatures below 10 ° C or on hot surfaces or above 40 ° C.
Use FORNACE BERNASCONI WATER-REPELLENT ANTI-HUMIDITY ANTIMUFFA as a pre-grouting water-repelent before grouting the joints: it facilitates both the removal of laying residues and homogeneous drying. The water repellent is left to act for one day and grout is carried out, making sure that the grout does not dry on the floor (do two square meters at a time and then clean with a sponge and clean water).
If it has been used as a pre-treatment before grouting, it is recommended to repeat the application of the product after washing with FORNACE BERNASCONI DESCALING STRONG DESCALER.
Wait for the surface to dry completely (24 hours) before applying any protective treatments (ANTIMACCHIA FORNACE BERNASCONI).
5-7 sqm / 1 liter
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