Quick question- my Saltillo has some scratches- not too deep, more superficial- can you recommend a way to get rid of them? Ad However, based on what you have posted, it sounds more like it has destroyed the finish. Words are not enough to thanks ZEP for this amazing product! Usually the scratches are in the sealer and will disappear when you strip the sealer off. Dusty Coyote March 8, at 4: Step 1 in the Floor Care 4 Step Process. Saltillo tile is a type of terra-cotta that originates in Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico.
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Behr has a low sheen option also. The foot traffic will buff it out. We used two coats of the Behr wet look sealer the one you used in the article. Most of the time BisonOffice. Deborah Spadine July 3, at 8: I used a scrub brush pictured in the red bucket in the second picture down on this post to scrub up the sealant.
Dusty Coyote: Stripping and Sealing a Saltillo Tile Floor
Persistent September 18, at 7: It was much easier to put on than the Behr wet look sealer, and dried and was ready for recoat in less than 30 minutes so we didn't have to rope off that part of the house for nearly as long. The floor totally looked good as new after the application. It does peel when I use the striper, so that worries me some. Dont use anything from zep.. Dusty, thank you so much for this detailed post.
For more information, call Flood Co. For light to medium duty stripping: Hope they can help you. The starting fluid is extremely flammable and the leaking fluid poses a fire hazard. August 21, 0 found this helpful.