Lithofin Stain Stop [KF]
The brand Lithofin is backed by more than 50 years of experience in the field of cleaning, protecting and maintaining ceramic tiles, quarry tiles, natural and artificial stone. Some of Lithofin's most popular products are Lithofin MN Stain Stop, Lithofin Easy Care and Easy Clean, as well as Lithofin Power Clean and Lithofin Wexa. The name Lithofin is a combination of the Greek word lithos = stone and the English term finishing treatment.
Lithofin Stain Stop [KF] is for protecting unglazed ceramics such as quarry tiles against stains and for facilitating every-day maintenance. Lithofin Stain Stop [KF] penetrates into the surface and coats the capillaries with an extremely thin, invisible film. Oil, grease and water are not absorbed by the surface, but instead remain on the surface. Highly recommended for use in kitchens, bathrooms and other areas which may come into contact with water and oil. Please Note: does not or only slightly affects the slip resistance properties of the surface.
- For indoor and outdoor use
- No gloss
- Long-term protection
- Contains solvents
|Volume||500ml, 1L, 5L|
|Coverage||Up to 40m² per litre, depending on the absorbency of the surface.|
|pH Value||3 - 6|
|Storage||Keep closed, cool and dry for up to 2 years|
What should I use to spread it on to the tiles?
The surface to be treated must be completely clean and dry. Shake Lithofin Stain Stop [KF] well before use. Apply undiluted with a clean cloth or a lamb’s wool roller and ensure even distribution by wiping (rolling) over the surface several times. For best results, treat the surface in sections of approx. 15m² at a time. After 20 minutes, completely remove any surface residues with a squeegee and then with a dry cloth.
Attention - the liquid product must sink into the stone. Immediately wipe off puddles and drips. Do not allow the product to dry on the surface. Carefully remove all residues and check against back light.
Please Note: impregnators are not suitable for all porcelain tiles. Always try the product in an inconspicuous area.
Can this be used on unglazed wall tiles?
Yes it can.