How to use Nanotol Protector for mineral surfaces
The surface must be clean. Remove loose parts before sealing. A high-pressure cleaner is ideal for this. Detergents and a brush are also suitable. Before sealing, cleaning agent residues should be thoroughly removed to avoid chemical irritation.
Important: Let the surface dry completely before sealing so that the Protector can penetrate as deeply as possible into the pores.
Treatment with Nanotol Protector for mineral surfaces is very easy.
Spray the surface until you get the impression that the Protector has penetrated every pore. We recommend working twice in a row, wet on wet. The second time the Protector only runs into "still dry" pores.
Then the surface just needs to dry. We recommend waiting at least 24 hours. It shouldn't rain during this time.
Since we do not work with propellants or other harmful ingredients, you can work safely indoors and outdoors. Sealed surfaces can be used barefoot without hesitation.
Depending on the use the duration of the sealing differs from application to application and depends on the use. Vertical facades or roof tiles have the longest shelf life here. Wear goes hand in hand with abrasion from wind and weather influences. You can trust the effect for many years.
Surfaces that are regularly walked on or driven with a car are more subject to wear, especially in high-traffic areas. A terrace e.g. should be regularly re-sealed at the entrance to the house where people walk most frequently. You can easily re-spray here, because the areas that are still sealed do not absorb any more liquid. The protector lasts much longer at the edges of the terrace.
Soiling can be removed from sealed surfaces very easily. Use the garden hose or a brush with water, depending on the circumstances. Detergents are allowed. If your surface is heavily soiled, you can spray it off with a high-pressure cleaner. The Protector is pressure washer resistant up to 50 bar.