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StepSafe

Buffable Emulsion Floor Cream

DESCRIPTION:

STEPSAFE is a water based emulsion cream formulated with safety in mind. It dries quickly and offers a hard wearing durable film to the floor that is non-dusting, fully burnishable and offers excellent tractional properties when used correctly.

STEPSAFE is ideal for use on sealed timber, Granwood, cork, thermoplastic, flexible PVC, linoleum, sealed asphalt, magnesite and composition.

APPLICATION:

To ensure best possible results, all previous applications of floor dressings should be removed but Stepsafe can be applied if necessary on top of a clean floor surface previously treated with solvent based polish or emulsion without having first removed the old dressing.

SHAKE CONTAINER BEFORE USE.

Stepsafe should be diluted 50/50 with clean water.

To a clean floor surface apply an even coat of Stepsaafe using a suitable cloth or pad. Allow to dry well (1 hour) before burnishing with a polishing brush or suitable nylon floor maintenance pad in order to harden the polished film.

MAINTENANCE:

Stepsafe should be burnished regularly to remove scuff marks and to ensure a good tractional surface. Floors may be cleaned occasionally using a 1:20 dilution of Stepsafe to restore the appearance of any worn areas, traffic lanes, etc.

As and when necessary, Stepsafe can be easily removed using a 1:10 solution of A.DGoddard Swift in conjunction with a green floor maintenance pad.

PRECAUTIONS: Store away from frost.

HEALTH & SAFETY: For health and safety information, please refer to our material Safety Data Sheet.

The information provided herein is correct to the best of our knowledge. No liability for any errors or opinions is accepted. You should satisfy yourself before applying any of the information contained herein to your particular circumstances. A.D Goddard Products can accept no responsibility for any loss as a result of any person placing reliance on any material contained herein.

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