For use on Concrete Countertops/ Floors/ Furniture/ fireplace Surrounds/ Ect…
Two component hybrid water based sealer
Easy to apply
Excellent stain, acid, and scratch resistance
Easy to field repair if damaged
Deeply penetrates concrete surfaces
2 Parts A : 1 Part B
H-12 Mixing Instructions
Here is the mixing protocol please follow…
1) Mix the A-side by shaking and stirring for 2 minutes (more if the container has sat for a long time or if you are mixing quantities larger than a quart.
2) Measure out 2 parts A-side and 1 part B-side. This must be accurate use a syringe or accurate measuring cup on a level surface.
3) Dump the B side into the A-Side making sure to dispense all of B into A (not the other way around) Mix with a drill mixer taking care to scrape sides and bottom of container well with a non-absorbent stir stick to make sure the B side is not stuck.
4) Mix A and B together by stirring or with a drill mixer for a minimum of 3 minutes (longer if the B is not mixed in well or if mixing more than a quart)
scrape sides and bottom of container well with a non-absorbent stir stick.
Note ** swirling the cup around is not good enough.**
5) Once A and B are fully mixed let the material sit for 5 minutes BEFORE adding water.
6) Add in the water and mix for 2 minutes by stirring or drill mixer.
7) Let the A and B and Water sit for 5 minutes and then apply as instructed.
-When mixing quantities less than 50ml total it is very important to be to the ml with the measurements. Small amounts can be very effected by a slight variation.
– For easier application do 7:1, 4:1, 4:1 and 3:1 coats (eliminate the 2:1)
– Shop temp (or at least the area that the piece is located) should be 60F or higher up to 85F. For temperatures above 85F you can add more coats at a higher water dilution in place of a 3:1 or 2:1 final coat.
– If you use a radiant heater to warm your concrete allow the concrete to cool below 85F and make sure the temp of the concrete is dropping when applying the H-12 this is especially important with the first and second coat.
– Use warm water to heat up your sealer temperature for faster dry times. (Do not heat sealer temperature above 100℉)
Application note*** Keep it thin. Dry your roller off as shown in the video or switch to a dry roller to get excess material off.