Surfaces Finishing

Varnishes can be MATTE, SATIN or GLOSS

It is a two-component polyurethane varnish that is used to preserve and protect microcement. Among its many qualities, it stands out for being a varnish that intensifies chemical resistance, reduces its drying time and guarantees exquisite workability.
This varnish, which facilitates the cleaning and maintenance of microcement, has high resistance to wear, abrasion and scratches, chemicals and dirt. Although it does not yellow outdoors, it guarantees maximum performance indoors.

The one-component polyurethane varnish is indicated for the protection of microcement. For proper functioning of the system, this varnish must be applied after applying the sealant.

It is a single-component consolidating fund. Not only does it waterproof and seal the support like acrylic sealants, but it also gives us an extraordinary final hardness to the entire system (the harder the base, the greater the hardness of the final finish). It has quick drying that will allow the application of polyurethane finishes in less time than with conventional acrylics.

Water-repellent varnish is a type of varnish that is used to protect surfaces from humidity and water. Its main characteristic is that it repels water, preventing it from penetrating the material and causing damage such as swelling, deformation or deterioration.
This type of varnish is usually composed of synthetic or natural resins that form a waterproof layer on the treated surface. In addition to protecting against moisture, water-repellent varnish can also offer protection against UV rays, helping to prevent fading and deterioration caused by sun exposure.

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