POLYREZ 6000 GLOSS WATER-BASED URETHANE
This is about as close as you get to "The Perfect Sealer".
SurfKoat's 6000-Gloss is a crystal clear, high-performance, pure urethane, perfect for all types of residential, commercial and industrial floors. This two-component, water-based urethane offers excellent durability, scratch resistance and chemical resistance, along with easy application and very low odor.
6000 has a High Gloss finish and offers a beautiful "wet-look" color enhancement when applied directly to concrete. 6000 Gloss Urethane is perfect for use over our Acetone Dyes, Acid Stains or as a final top-coat over an epoxy, polyaspartic or flake floor.
6000 is perfect for all types of Interior Concrete Floors:
- High Performance
- For Interior Concrete Floors
- 2k Water-Based Urethane
- "Wet Look" Color Enhancement
- Gloss Finish
- Sprayer or Roller Application
- Coverage - See Detailed Info
Due to VOC regulations this product CANNOT be shipped to Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, New York, Rhode Island, NW Utah* or the SCAQMD, CARB-2007 and CARB-2020 regions of California*. If you are in these areas please do not try to order this product. We WILL NOT be able to process your order!!
* See VOC MAP for specific regulated areas.
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6000 WB Gloss Urethane
It didn't take us long to fall in love with this one!
Here's why 6000 Urethane has become our go-to recommendation for interior floor applications...
- Excellent durability, as well as excellent chemical, scratch and hot tire resistance.
- Easy application with minimal odor, easy clean-up and no flammability.
- It looks great! The perfect amount of "wet look" enhancement to make stains, dyes or bare concrete pop.
- It's water-based, so concrete moisture issues are minimized.
6000-Urethane can also be used along side the other members of the PolyRez WB family to dial in the exact look and sheen you want. Here are a couple "recipies" for success...
- 6000-WB Urethane for an enhanced "wet look" to make the color "pop"
- 6000-WB Urethane for a gloss finish
If a solid color application is desired, we always recommend tinted 1040 WB Epoxy be applied first as the colored base coat. 6000-Gloss Urethane or 6100-Matte Urethane (depending on desired sheen) can then be used as a final clear protective topcoat. This process is typically more economical and will produce a better finished appearance.
Cleaning and Preparation Instructions
1. Interior Floors MUST be profiled prior to application. Diamond grind floors to between 50 - 100 grit. Be sure to remove all swirl marks, but do not grind finer than 100 grit. Beyond 100 grit, topcoat adhesion will be compromised. Dry grinding is highly recommended to avoid introduction of excessive amounts of moisture into the concrete.
2. If applying to an existing fully cured and fully adhered coating, the surface must be cleaned and thoroughly sanded with 80 - 120 grit sandpaper.
3. Remove any latent dust from concrete surface by auto scrubber or vacuum system. Do not use any chemicals. Surface must be clean, dry and porous before application of 6000 Urethane!
4. Allow area to dry completely.
5. Protect all areas not to be coated. Mask off all adjacent surfaces. Before opening or handling 6000 Urethane, first put on proper protective equipment including eye protection and rubber gloves.
Moisture Testing - Before application of any concrete floor coating, always perform a simple moisture vapor test by taping an 18 inch x 18 inch plastic sheet onto a section of floor. Remove plastic after 24 hours. If floor or plastic is wet, DO NOT PROCEED. First determine if moisture is remaining from the cleaning process, or if it is a more serious issue coming from the soil below the slab. More advanced moisture testing kits should be used on floors with suspected moisture problems. If needed, allow floor additional time to dry from the cleaning process. In winter months or in basements, this could take anywhere from 24 hours to a month or more. If you suspect a moisture issue from beneath the slab, DO NOT PROCEED. Whatever you do, don't take a chance on trapping moisture in the slab. Moisture trapped below the coating will cause the sealer to fail, resulting in a costly disaster for you. When moisture testing confirms the slab is dry, ONLY THEN are you ready to seal the concrete.
Proper mixing is critical to application success.
Mix ratio for 6000 Gloss Urethane is 4(PartA) : 1(PartB)
1. Before mixing, you will first need to determine the approximate amount of product you will need to mix to complete the portion of your project you have planned. Do not mix more than you can apply in a 25-30 minute window. During application, if 6000 Urethane starts to get thick or begins to harden, the remainder should be discarded and a new batch mixed. Do not add freshly mixed product to container already containing product near the end of it's pot life.
2. Pour appropriate amounts of Part A and Part B into a clean, dry mixing container. Mix contents thoroughly with low speed drill mixer. Avoid whipping air into the coating. Improper or incomplete mixing may result in product failure.
3. Product is now ready to apply!
Maximum expected workable pot life after mixing Part A and Part B is approximately 45 minutes at a common temperature range of 70 F - 80 F at 50% relative humidity. Please note that higher temperatures will shorten pot life, as colder temperatures will extend the coatings pot life.
Before application, always test product in an inconspicuous area to ensure appearance and compatibility are acceptable. Concrete should be fully cured for 28 days before applying 6000 Urethane.
2. If desired, a second coat may be applied after first coat has dried. Apply second coat in the same manner as the first coat. Do not allow 6000-Gloss to cure for more than 18 hours before applying second coat. If recoating after this time, a light sanding using a fine sanding screen will be needed to ensure adequate inner coat adhesion.
3. Allow surface to dry for a minimum of 18 hours before foot traffic and 4 days before heavier traffic. Product achieves full strength and chemical resistance in 7 days.
First Coat = 200-250 sq. ft. / gallon (coverage will be lower if used over absorbent color-flakes or very porous concrete)
Optional Second Coat = 250-300 sq. ft. / gallon
Total Project Estimate Rate = approximately 200-250 sq. ft. / gallon... This means a 2.5 gallon kit should be approximately enough product to complete 500-625 sq. ft. of floor with a one coat application or 280-340 sq. ft. of floor with a two coat application.
Of course, having the right tools will make your job easier, so scroll to the bottom to see our recommended Sprayers, Rollers and Application Tools!
This product CANNOT be shipped to Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, New York, Rhode Island, NW Utah* or the SCAQMD, CARB-2007 and CARB-2020 regions of California*. If you are in these areas please do not try to order this product. We WILL NOT be able to process your order!!
* See VOC MAP for specific regulated areas.
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