There are very few if any coating that will not scuff. The steel wool is a good idea , burnish and spray buff. To determine the coating I recommend trying some alkaline based stripper to remove the finish. If the alkaline stripper does not remove the finish, then you probably are dealing with an epoxy coating. ( GOOD LUCK ) this will be fun if you need to remove it .
Try using AX-IT stripper form Bedco Adam in Chicago has had some good results with this stripper, or go to the paint stripper .
For a new application , I would look to some of the Richard James Chemical to see what they offer .
What do you suggest to recoat with ? She wants a semi
On Jun 2, 2012, at 11:49 AM, Fred Hueston <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
what type of coating is on the tiles to begin with. If its a urethane you can steel wool and recoat with an acyrlic.
On Sat, Jun 2, 2012 at 3:44 AM, <PBunis@aol.com> wrote:
I just did an estimate for a customer with 1000 square feet of Saltillo. The surface is coated however, she is having a big problem with scuff marks. When I tried to rub/remove them, they are very stubborn. They budge but only with a lot of work.
The questions are, how do I remove the scuff marks ?
What do I apply to avoid the scuff problem going forward??
Thanks in advance.
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