Marbleshield 4580 - Protective Coating for Marble, Granite, and Wood

SKU: Marbleshield 4580 Weight: 9.00 LBS
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Any Metal, Marble, Granite, Concrete Or Enamel Surface Protection Is Now Made Easy!
Looking to protect the marble floors in your home rooms from dirt & dust and increase their longevity?
Are you in search for a reliable wood protective peelable coating to save your metal planters or porch furniture  from wetness?
We are offering you a strippable protection coating product that is applied in a breeze, protects any porous surface and peels off instantly!
Here’s How You Can Protect Any Indoor & Outdoor Surface From Damage!
Whether you’re in search of a temporary protective coat paint for your garden furniture or a permanent protection coating for your granite floors, you’ve got it!
Upon drying, the peelable coating forms a skin-tight plastic layer on the substrate surface, which bridges cracks and forms a uniform protective film preventing scratches & damage.
Easy to apply with a spray, roller or brush, this elite strippable coating paint will also be effortlessly removed.
Why Choose MarbleShield 4580 Marble Coating?

  • Water-based composition 
  • VOC free & absolutely safe for health
  • Low curation temperatures: fast-drying even in wet weather
  • High viscosity
  • Great for temporary protection during industrial process
  • Ideal for permanent protection
  • Perfect for all non-porous marble, granite, enamel, wood, acrylic & glass surfaces

And The Most Important Reason?
This multipurpose peelable coating paint is released by General Chemical Corporation, the world leader in specialty chemical products supply and guarantees convenience in use and ULTRA high performance that will exceed your expectations. 
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Ships in 1 Gallon Metal Can, 5 Gallon Plastic Bucket, 55 Gallon Open Head Plastic Drum

Marble protection

I did purchase the liquid masking coating for marble and stone surfaces. It’s an unusual application I am sure, but we installed a new kitchen backsplash with a green/white marble tile and the grout color is a dark green. When testing grout on tile samples I had problems with the marble absorbing the grout into surface of the tile and turning the white marble dark and greenish muddy looking. It was not good. Reading up on tiling I found that natural stones and marbles will absorb grout unless you seal the surface. I tried various tile sealers sold for this purpose and none of them worked well and the tile always ended up dark and blotchy. So, in desperation, I started looking outside the box of traditional tiling methods and was looking for something that I could coat the face of the tile with, grout and then remove again. I came across your liquid masking coatings through an internet search.To wrap up a long story, the coating works tremendously well. It went on easy with a simple paint roller (a small detail roller with a short nap) and does a great job at minimizing the absorption of the grout. I was very pleased with the results of all of my sample pieces. I did find that I needed to use multiple, thin coats, about 2-3 coats, for the best results, but the can of coating I purchased goes a long way so I have more than enough. The coating peels off really easily and actually reduces the effort to wash the grout haze off the tile, as the haze is on the coating, not the tile. The final backsplash grouting is going to take place sometime over the next two weeks, but I am confident I have found a perfect solution to the problem. Great product! Thanks so much!

Posted by Brenda on 25th Apr 2019

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