Lithofin MN Colour Intensifier: For rough, absorbent natural and concrete stones
Lithofin MN Colour Intensifier improves the appearance of rough, absorbent natural and concrete stone surfaces. This specially formulated colour intensifier enhances the colour, accentuates the structure, and makes water and dirt repellent.
Lithofin MN Colour Intensifier is a specialist product from the Lithofin range for marble, natural and engineered stone. This ready-to-use siloxane impregnator is solvent based and contains special colour intensifying components.
Lithofin MN Colour Intensifier is suitable for porous, absorbent natural stone with rough, flamed surfaces such as granite, gneiss, porphyre, bricks, slates, sandstone slabs, natural stone like terrazzo and concrete etc. This product can be used for both indoor and outdoor applications.
Lithofin MN Colour Intensifier penetrates deep into the surface leaving it water repellent, whilst at the same time intensifying the colour without producing any gloss or shine. Surfaces appear more colourful and fresh. The water resistance helps to reduce the sensitivity of the surface, largely preventing staining and helping with long term maintenance.
Lithofin MN Colour Intensifier does not form any layers, thereby maintaining the surface’s water permeability. The slip resistance of the surface is hardly affected.
Lithofin MN Colour Intensifier can be used on:
- Engineered stone
- Porous, absorbent natural stone
Lithofin MN Colour Intensifier:
- Solvent based protective impregnator
- Matte finish
- Ideal for concrete slabs and pavers
- Can be applied several times
- Coverage: Approx. 7 to 15m²/L
- Storage: Keep unopened, in a cool, dry environment, for up to 4 years
- Packaging: 1 Litre (5 Litre available on request)
- Switch off under floor heating
- Drying Time: safe to walk on after approx. 30 minutes, completely dry after 24 hours
- Can be used for both indoor and outdoor applications
- This item is perishable and therefore non-returnable
Please note: Test Lithofin MN Colour Intensifier on a small area of the surfaces prior to use.
Read more about how to prevent staining and efflorescence on paving in our blog.