Classic 180 is a metal cross-linked, acrylic floor finish with high initial gloss and durability with exceptional responsiveness to spray buffing. This product is excellent for schools and institutions and is a true workhorse in any maintenance program. An easy to use high solids acrylic floor finish designed for high traffic areas where high gloss and durability are critical. An excellent product for damp mopping and spray buffing with any speed buffing machine. Ideal for use in supermarkets and department stores.
For use on:
Vinyl, Vinyl Composition, Asphalt, Rubber, Concrete, Flagstone, Brick, Terrazzo, Sealed Wood floors.
- Retail floors
- Day care facilities
- Food service facilities
If stripping is necessary, use a high quality product and follow directions accordingly. If floor is in good condition and stripping is not necessary, sweep up excess dirt and dust and then clean with a good quality cleaner to remove dirt and oils. Follow with a thorough rinsing and allow to dry completely.
Apply a liberal coat of finish evenly across the floor with a clean mop or applicator. Allow each coat to dry at least 30 minutes before applying the next coat. Two or three coats are desired initially, depending on the condition of the floor and gloss desired.
The floor may be maintained using a quality floor cleaner and damp mopping regularly. Spray buffing or mop on restoring may also be done after sweeping up loose dirt and dust. Follow directions for each product accordingly.
Classic 180 is packaged in 2.5 gallon containers or 2 x 2.5 gal. per case.
Classic 180 Floor Finish Specifications
Color: Milky white emulsion
Non volatile solids: 18%
Drying time: 20-30 Minutes
Slip resistance: .5 min by (ASTM-D2047)
Removability: With instant strippers
Coverage: 1800 - 2000 sq. ft./gal.
Detergent resistance: Excellent
Black mark resistance: Excellent
VOC content: 0.40 lbs./gal.
Scuff resistance: Excellent
Film clarity: Excellent
Gloss (ASTM D 1455): 90 + specular
Storage / Stability:1 year
Weight per gallon: 8.54 lbs./gal.
Freeze / Thaw stability: Keep from freezing
Independent testing for slip resistance by Underwriter Laboratories confirms the static coefficient of friction of Classic 180 meets or exceeds 0.5 as determined by ASTM Method D 2047.