While concrete walls and surfaces are durable, they can be very tricky to keep clean. Small contaminants tend to get entrained into the surface of the concrete and can be difficult, if not impossible, to clean.
Resene Concrete Clear is a tough waterborne glaze for use on concrete and brick surfaces. It enhances the colour and natural beauty of concrete, brick and stone and provides a thin protective layer that can be much more easily cleaned than the bare surface. Resene Concrete Clear is non-yellowing, resistant to alkaline cleansers, chipping, peeling, oil and fat splashes. It’s Environmental Choice approved and waterbased so it’s low odour and easy to wash up in water.
You can achieve a natural looking finish with concrete finished in Resene Concrete Clear. So when you’re choosing concrete don’t choose bare and unprotected, choose natural look and well protected.
Available in three gloss levels – flat, satin and gloss from Resene ColorShops and resellers.
Concrete benchtops and floors look superb when first installed. But often after some wear and tear, dust and dirt starts getting entrained into the surface and it can be near impossible getting the surface truly clean again.
Protect concrete benchtops or floors with Resene Concrete Wax, a tough waterborne satin glaze that is quick and easy to apply. Scratches are easily repairable making it easy to keep the surface maintained.
Resene Concrete Wax is non-yellowing, resistant to chipping, peeling and oil and fat splashes. Apply it on your concrete floor and benchtop and let Resene Concrete Wax bear the brunt of the wear and tear rather than your concrete.
Available from Resene ColorShops and selected resellers.
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