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FaciliPro™ Stratus

High gloss and exceptionally durable floor finish designed for high intensity traffic. Engineered for higher maintenance routines where floors are burnished 4-7 times per week.

  • Ecolab PIC: 6114627
  • GTIN Number: 00025469146274
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Features & Benefits

Features & Benefits:

Heavier application per coat than 20% solids finishes

More finish on the floor reduces scrub and re-coat frequency

High application gloss

Improved application appearance

Amazing daily high speed battery, electric or propane burnishing response

Frequent maintenance increases the longevity of the finish

High level of mark resistance

Excellent durability

Uses/Solutions:

High-intensity traffic areas

High maintenance routines where floors are burnished 4-7 times per week

Use on resilient and other types of natural and man-made floors

How To Use

Directions for Use:

Full Strip Preparation

  1. Strip the floor with an Ecolab stripper at the recommended use dilution.
  2. Rinse well and let dry.

Scrub and Recoat Preparation

  1. Deep scrub with a FACILIPRO floor cleaner using a blue pad.
  2. Rinse and let dry.

Sealing the Floor

  • A sealer is not required with FACILIPRO High Frequency, High Solids Floor Finish on most resilient floors.
  • If a sealer is desired due to floor porosity (e.g., terrazzo) apply one or two coats of a FACILIPRO sealer.
  • For protection against staining spills, apply one to two coats of a FACILIPRO sealer.

Application

  • FACILIPRO High Frequency, High Solids Floor Finish should be applied in medium coats.
  • Average coverage: 2000 sq. ft. per gallon.
  • Refer to label and other training material for detailed use instructions.

Maintenance

  1. Dust mop.
  2. Autoscrub or damp mop with FACILIPRO Floor Cleaner or FACILIPRO Neutral Floor Cleaner and a blue pad.
  3. Burnish daily (four to seven times per week) with an ultra high speed, champagne synthetic burnishing pad.
  4. Propane burnishing provides the best results.

Slip Resistance

  • FACILIPRO High Frequency, High Solids Floor Finish is classified by UL as it relates to slip resistance.
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