Acrylic stone varnish EMEX AQS.
Acrylic Stone for Stone EMEX AQS is a professional, environmentally friendly, water-based acrylic resin and special additives, very resistant to environmental and UV factors, with very good penetration power, especially designed to protect natural stone or decorations of stone. It is characterized by its excellent adhesion to the support, very good resistance to wear and friction, good display and very good resistance to water action. Contains state-of-the-art organic biofuel for protection against fungi and molds.
- High adhesion to the support;
- Low drying time;
- Provides mineral surface gloss;
- Resistance to water action;
- Excellent resistance to yellowing;
- Power of penetration;
- Resistance to molds and algae;
- Weather and UV resistance.
- Protects the stone against aggressive factors.
Fields of Use:
Acrylic Stone for EMEX AQS stone is intended for use in decorative finishing and protection of natural stone surfaces, especially outside.
The generic name of natural stone is attributed to all stone surfaces such as stone, rock, rock of every kind used for construction, shale, etc. Also, this water based stone lacquer can also be used on surfaces covered with brick or brick, like any other mineral surface.
The surfaces to be covered with stone varnish are freed and degreased properly to remove any traces of dirt or grease. Any existing protection, irrespective of its nature, is recommended to be completely removed, especially if the type or composition of the previous lake is not known or compatibility tests are known.
The cementitious groove used for joining the elements must be completely dry. Cracks and imperfections will be remedied before applying the product. Application will be made in two layers to obtain a satisfactory gloss degree and good resistance to environmental factors.
In the case of other types of mineral surfaces such as brick or brick, the surface of the lacquer is to be durable and compact, without the risk of peeling or cracking and also properly de-dusting and degreasing, in order to obtain a maximum adhesion.