I would recommend you contact RJSC and ask them the effects of
dry treat on the product you are using from them. Their products are great
provided the prep work is done completely. If the product does not bond the
removal is NO fun.
Prior to applying test a small area.
John E Freitag
Stone & Tile School
You could very well have a
bonding issue. I would try a water based stripper and scrub to see if it
removes the sealer. If water absorbs into the stone than the RJSC should
On Tue, May 8, 2012 at 10:08 PM, Mike Marsoun <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Guys. Getting a proposal together to apply a RJSC coating to some Himalayan
Sandstone. It has been used in resort apartments and has been sealed with 3
coats of Dry Treat. The floors are not staying clean and all need deep
cleaning. I want to make sure I get good adhesion with the RJSC, which is
water-based. The cleaning should “take the edge off” of the sealer,
but Dry Treat can be pretty tough. Any ideas. Want to stay away from solvents.
Might try some abrasives, if so I would probably have to use brushes to follow
the floors contour.
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