Treatex Hardener

£9.50£23.50

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Treatex Hardener is both solvent and odour free and can be used in one or both coats of Treatex Hardwax Oil Clear. Ideal for high traffic floors, Treatex Hardwax Oil Clear can be mixed in the ratio 20:1 (5%) to Treatex Hardener to increase the mechanical resistance of the finished surface.

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Treatex Hardener is both solvent and odour free and can be used in one or both coats of Treatex Hardwax Oil Clear. Ideal for high traffic floors, Treatex Hardwax Oil Clear can be mixed in the ratio 20:1 (5%) to Treatex Hardener to increase the mechanical resistance of the finished surface.

Adding Hardener to Hardwax Oil Clear starts a chemical reaction which can’t be stopped – the mixture remains usable for up to three hours.

Over the past nine years Treatex Hardwax Oil has been successfully used in cafes, restaurants, pubs, and even a nightclub. This hardening additive has been used to produce a finish durable enough for some of Britain’s highest traffic floors such as Heathrow Terminal 5 and the Natural History Museum in London. Treatex Hardwax Oil has been specified to provide a durable and attractive finish in an ever increasing number of retail outlets such as Apple stores, White Stuff shops and Selfridges in London, one of the UK’s biggest and busiest shops.

Additional information

Size

0.05L, 0.125L

Application

Dilute 50ml of Treatex Preparation Cleaner in 5 litres of water. On heavily soiled floors you can dilute up to 100ml of Preparation Cleaner in 5 litres of water. Use a mop, brush or a budding machine with a white or red pad to thoroughly scrub the surface with the solution. After using the solution, rinse with clean water to remove any residue. Never soak wood in water for any length of time, ensure that the surface is only damp and never wet. Leave to dry thoroughly for at least 3 hours before refinishing with Treatex Hardwax Oil Ultra or refreshing with Treatex Wax Polish.