How to Coat a Timber Floor
How to Choose the Correct Timber Floor Care System
How to Sand a Timber Floor
How to Seal A Timber Floor
How to Cut Back a Timber Floor
FEATURES AND BENEFITS:
• Meets EN 13036-2011 standard for slip resistance for Sports Floors
• High gloss finish
• Green building compliant
• Quick drying and curing time
• Excellent wear resistance
• Environmentally responsible
• Low odour and VOC’s
• Floor temperature must be between 10 − 30 °C.
• Floor moisture content must be between 9 − 14% as per Australian Standard.
• In hot and dry climates slightly reduce exposure to direct air to prevent rapid and uneven drying.
• Do not cover the surface with non porous protective materials as the curing time can take more than 7
CARE AND MAINTENANCE:
Regular and correct maintenance will extend the life of your timber floor and present it at its best.
• Use matting at all external entries to contain and prevent dirt and grit from entering.
• Sweep daily with an electrostatic mop.
• Spot mop spillages as they occur.
• Damp mop when required. Use GYM CLEAN Sports Floor Maintainer following label instructions.
• Do not over wet your timber floor.
• Do not expose your timber floor to heavy traffic until full curing of the seal/finish is effected.
At periodic intervals your timber floor will require treatment by way of additional coats of timber
seal/finish. We recommend that you thoroughly inspect your floor regularly and schedule a
re-treatment prior to major restoration or full sanding being required. This will provide a
lifetime of use from your timber floor.