Resiblock Indian Sandstone Sealer

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Resiblock Indian Sandstone Sealer

                                                                                   


1 - Make sure the surface and jointing sand are THOROUGHLY DRY and free from dirt.

2 - Ensure that RESIBLOCK  INDIAN SANDSTONE SEALER COLOUR ENHANCER is only 
applied when there is no risk of rain within the next 8 hours.

3 - Do not apply in extremes of temperature (below 3c or above 30c). For temperatures above 
this range contact our application dept for special procedures.

4-  Ensure paving is thoroughly swept and that where applicable no jointing sand remains in the 
chamfers of the pavers.

5 - Apply to surface using a Resiblock application roller, remove any build up in depressions with 
a clean roller or builders sponge.

6 -  Application rates vary depending on porosity but will be in the order of 4-6m² per litre.  Where 
the paving has a sand filled joint (nominal 5mm) material usage should be increased to 2-3m²
per litre.

7 -  Avoid walking on the sealed area for 3 hours after application and do not drive motor vehicles 
on the surface for 24 hours.

8 -  ALWAYS WEAR PROTECTIVE GLOVES AND GOGGLES. NO SMOKING. WEAR A MASK 
WHEN WORKING IN CONFINED AREAS.  Please refer to current MSDS.

9 - All uncured sealant and tools should be cleaned immediately using RESICLEAN.

* This fact sheet is not intended to replace the full application instructions, which must 
be read prior to application. Whilst Resiblock Limited believe that the data contained herein is factual, the opinions expressed are those of experts (qualified or otherwise) regarding the results of tests.  The data is not to be taken as a warranty or representation for which Resiblock Limited assumes legal responsibility.  This data is offered solely for your consideration, investigation and verification. Any use of this data must be determined by the user to be according to the applicable laws and regulations Resiblock Limited try to ensure any advice, recommendations or information we may give in product literature is accurate and correct.  However, we have no control over  the circumstances in which our products are used, hence our advice does not release end-users from the obligation to satisfy themselves by prior testing that the product/s is suitable for their specific application, and that the actual conditions of use are suitable. 
Accordingly no responsibility can be accepted, or any warranty given by ourselves, our 
representatives, agents or distributors.  Each end-user should always ensure that they have consulted our latest publications and that the relevant information concerning this material is communicated to all members of their organisation handling our products.
Resiblock Limited's liability is for replacement of material proved to be defective only. Products are sold subject to our Standard Conditions of Sale.
The Company's policy of continuous product development and improvement renders specifications liable to modifications.  Information provided in this literature is therefore subject to change without prior notification.
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© Resiblock Limited 1993
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