Zep Wet Look Floor PolishFloor & Carpet Cleaners
1 Gallon Size - Liquid - Mild Ammoniacal Scent - Dries In 30 Minutes - 1 Each - View Complete Details
Product Number: ZPE1044898
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Zep Wet Look Floor Polish - Formulated to dry quickly in a high-gloss, wet-look coating, this floor finish resists scuffs and black heel marks leaving a long-lasting shine. This product works on interior floors such as rubber, vinyl, sealed concrete, terrazzo, and asphalt tile.
- Designed to dry quickly in a wet look coating.
- Coating resists scuff and heel marks.
- For use on interior floors such as rubber, asphalt tile, vinyl, vinyl composition, sealed concrete, terrazzo and no-wax vinyl floors.
- High gloss finish contains 19% solids.
- Step 3 of Zep Commercial 4 step floor care process.
- Not for use on wood, marble, granite, natural stone, painted or stained concrete and glazed ceramic tile.
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Q:Have a stained concrete floor that had this product applied, the homeowner had some work done in the home and the floors are scuffed and some areas are dulled by drywall dust that was on the floor. What is the recommended process for bringing back the shine, will buffing it alone work or do you need to use a pad scuff the surface and reapply the product?Asked on 7/28/2015 by WJ
Q:In the usage, its says for sealed concrete, then below that, says not for stained concrete. What is the difference? I think mine was sealed, then years later stained! Would like to shine it up again! Please help.Asked on 7/27/2015 by dj111 from Brookland, Arkansas
A:Stain is for coloration, sealant is for protection.Answered on 7/27/2015 by Community Answer from None
Q:Can you apply it with a mop?Asked on 2/13/2015 by david from charlotte nc
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