I notice that the Stoncecare Central sealer is water based. I typically have used solvent based, but does anyone have an opinion as to water based over solvent based?
BairdTake a look at the impregnator at stonecarecentral.On Thu, May 13, 2010 at 7:41 AM, Baird Standish <email@example.com> wrote:
Wondering if anyone has a recommendation for solvent based (or water based) impregnating neutral (non-color enhancing) stone sealer. I have been using LIthofin PSI or ASI solvent based pretty much exclusively, but its very expensive and a special order around here. Also, what do people find are typical coverage rates? I am currently stripping and sealing pink sandstone floors in a church and the stone is very absorbent. I am working on a a bid currently and am having a difficult time pricing in the stone sealer. Am currently working on the assumption of 80 foot coverage (that would be 160 sf for one coat divided by two for two coats) and my cost is about $40 per liter for PSI and $20 per liter for ASI. Thanks.Baird
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