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Ghostshield: Polyaspartic 745 (Countertop)

Ghostshield: Polyaspartic 745 (Countertop)

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DESCRIPTION

The Polyaspartic 745 is a solvent-based, two-component, aliphatic polyaspartic coating designed to coat concrete floors or concrete countertops providing incredible abrasion resistance and chemical resistance. Recommended for indoor areas with high risk of exposure to chemical spills, fuel, heavy equipment, extreme temperatures and any other potentially damaging situation the substrate may encounter. Polyaspartic 745 has an exceptionally fast dry-time, with a tack-free dry-time of a 3-7 hours which makes it the best choice for projects where a thin build coating is desired with a limited period of time for installation. Great for use on concrete countertops and concrete feather finish countertops where an extremely durable coating is needed.

    • COVERAGE: Up to 150 SF square feet
    • COATS: 1
    • VOC CONTENT: 100 g/L
    • FINISH: High-Gloss

APPLICATIONS

Exceptional when used for:
  • Applications: A fast-curing topcoat in garages, shop floors, warehouses or on concrete countertops
  • Substrates: Concrete
Not for use on:
  • For interior use only

BENEFITS

PROVIDES

  • Excellent hardness
  • Excellent durability
  • Fast cure time
  • Low VOCs

PREVENTS

  • Stops dusting
  • Protects from chemical spills
  • Superior abrasion resistance
  • UV Stable

REDUCES

  • Food safe once cured
  • Will form an excellent bond to concrete
  • Scratch resistant
  • Excellent flexibility

Tech Data

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

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  • When is sealer applied? We are finishing our countertops today and wondered how long we needed to wait before sealing?

    You would want to wait until the concrete is cured to apply the sealer.  Roughly 8 days.

  • Will this darken the concrete? Also do you have to put something else on the concrete before applying such as a primer?

    This product may make the concrete appear slightly darker, just due to the nature of a high gloss finish, but wont look like the concrete is wet.