Pro Floor Stain is a new revolutionary water based finish:
The Waterbase Pro Floor Stain System offers revolutionary rich, intermixable colors. You receive 144 custom color chips on Maple and Oak, supplied in an attractive wooden box for a professional looking stain display. Each chip is labeled with the formula right on the chip for quick, easy reference.
Use the CMS Pro Floor System to create your own custom color floor stains. Colors can by mixed by weight or volume allowing you to make consistent colors time after time as shown below. RTM Pro Floor stains are designed to be used with Pro Sealer and Pro Shield top coats.
General Finishs Stain System offers 18 intermixable stock colors that allow you to create a limitless color pallet. Match from our 144 color chips or create your own.
GENERAL FINISHES PRO FLOOR STAIN:
SANDING: Sand floor using NWFA specifications. We highly advise finishing with a 120 grit screen.
WATER POPPING can slightly darken a floor, but Pro Stains are designed to achieve one coat color. If you water pop, you may stain immediately as Pro Stain is water based.
IMPORTANT: Record moisture meter readings in several places before staining the floor. These readings will provide a benchmark at later stages to determine when the floor is dry enough to apply another coat.
MIXING STAIN: Mix stain thoroughly before using.
Application Tips: If conditions are dry and warm, restrict the amount of air flow, increase the application rate, and block direct sunlight by closing shades or blinds.
HUCK or THERMO WIPING RAGS: are a must for easiest results. They work much better than thin cotton material (T-shirts or sheets). They are more absorbent, heavier duty, and ribbed for easier pull. They may be ordered online or through your local rag distributor.
DRY TIMES: 2 to 3 hours under ideal conditions (70Â° / 70% humidity). The best method for judging dryness accurately is to use moisture meter readings.
COVERAGE: 700/800 sq.ft. per gal
CLEAN UP: Soap and water
SHELF LIFE: 1 year unopened
VOC: Less than 230 grams per liter