Enliven Floor Finish

 

Enliven Floor Finish is a technologically advanced 25% solids sealer and finish, and is the easiest finish you’ll ever apply. While providing a high gloss, clear durable surface Enliven Floor Finish resists scuff marks and scratches and is slip resistant. With its quick dry time of 15-20 minutes you can quickly get back to using the area.

Where to use:

  • Floor Coatings
  • Vinyl & Vinyl Asbestos
  • Asphalt Title
  • Sealed Terrazzo
  • Concrete
  • Linoleum
  • Composition Tile
  • Wood

Be sure the floor has been stripped with Enliven Floor Finish Remover, neutralized with Enliven Neutral Floor Cleaner, dry and free of dust and debris. Use a new micro fiber or rayon mop. Apply very thin coats of finish, when applied correctly it will be dry in 15-20 minutes. Be sure the floor is dry before applying additional coats. For optimum results, burnish with a regular or high speed buffer.
Available in Gallon and 5 Gallon units

 

INSTRUCTIONS:

 

Be sure the floor has been stripped, neutralized, dry and free of dust and debris. Use a new micro fiber or rayon mop. Apply very thin coats of finish, when applied correctly it will be dry in 15-20 minutes at 68 degrees. Be sure the floor is dry before applying additional coats (Two coats are recommended). For optimum results, burnish with a regular or high speed buffer.

Precautions: Follow good safety practices. Keep this and all cleaning products out of reach of children. Avoid contact with skin, clothing and eyes. Wear rubber gloves and eye protection. Do not ingest. Avoid breathing vapors.

 

APPLY IMMEDIATE FIRST AID PROCEDURES:
 
EYES – Immediately flush with running water for at least 15 minutes. Remove contact lenses, if any.
SKIN – Remove contaminated clothing. Flush area with cold, soapy water for 15 minutes. Clean under fingernails.
INGESTION – Do not induce vomiting. Rinse mouth. Drink a glass of water or milk and follow with mineral oil or egg whites.

 

…THEN, GET IMMEDIATE MEDICAL CARE:
Call your poison control center, emergency department or physician. Physician Alert: Specific antidotal treatment may be required.