NCL DIAMOND GLOSS™ Step 2 - Stone Rejuvenator
DIAMOND GLOSS™ is the second step of a synergistic two step polishing and maintenance program for terrazzo and natural stone. DIAMOND GLOSS™ works to produce a super tough, super high gloss on all natural surfaces. Creates maximum gloss on terrazzo, marble and granite which have been treated with ROCK HARD Step 1.
Terrazzo (both cementitious and resinous) will be improved with this process. It is recommended for polishing hard marble surfaces (such as serpentine) and most types of granite. Surface is ultra resistant to scratches and scuffs. It reduces long term labor costs. The surface is dramatically more resistant to wear and staining.
Authorized UL Product
Features & Benefits
- Polishes terrazzo and natural stone surfaces
- Reduces long term labor costs
- Improves resistance to wear and staining
- Mild odor
STONE REJUVENATION: Prepare surface by using ROCK HARD™ Step 1 Stone Hardener following label directions for surface hardening until a moderate gloss is achieved and floor is ready for DIAMOND GLOSS™ Step 2. Mist 4 trigger pulls of DIAMOND GLOSS™ Step 2 onto a 9 sq. ft. (1 sq. m) area. Buff with a STEEL FORCE™ pad until dry. Repeat until maximum shine has been reached. Best results are obtained using the STONE BLAZER™ floor machine with a total weight between 140-180 lb.
NOTE: If moisture is present, the STEEL FORCE™ pad may leave a dark transfer. Use an AQUA MAGIC™ pad and buff DIAMOND GLOSS™ until dry.
DAILY MAINTENANCE: Use PATINA™ Soap Based Stone Cleaner at 2 oz. per gallon of cool water for increased slip resistance and to brighten natural stone or terrazzo. Mop mixture onto floor and allow to dry. The floor may be buffed with any speed equipment (from 175 RPM to Ultra High Speed) with an AQUA MAGIC™ pad to increase the gloss level. You may also use STONE KLEEN™ Stone Cleaner, diluted at 1-2 oz. per gallon of cool water. STONE KLEEN™ is ideal as a low foaming cleaner for use in an auto scrubber, used at the same dilution.
COVERAGE: For DIAMOND GLOSS: 30,000 – 35,000 sq. ft. (2,800 - 3,250 sq. m) per gallon.