3M introduces the Scotchgard Ultra Durable Floor Finish System, designed to dramatically slash maintenance requirements, reduce maintenance costs and chemical use, while delivering impressive shine and a beautiful floor finish. Developed for high-traffic, high-visibility facilities such as hospitals, office buildings and education facilities, it requires no interim maintenance beyond dusting and damp mopping.
The Scotchgard Ultra Durable Floor Finish System provides high gloss and stain, scuff and scratch resistance with one application lasting up to 24 months, with no burnishing required. It helps reduce maintenance requirements through its hydrophobic protective finish. Traditional acrylic and two-part urethane finishes contain hydrophilic wax particles and surfactants that attract water and chemicals, and trap dirt in the finish surface. The hydrophobic Scotchgard Ultra Durable Floor Finish resists water, stains and dirt.
“Janitorial costs typically make up nearly a third of a facility’s expenses,” says Tom Pelissero, business development manager with 3M Building and Commercial Services Division. “The Scotchgard Ultra Durable Floor Finish System not only helps reduce an organization’s operating expenses, the system helps reduce the environmental footprint generated by a traditional acrylic floor finish system.”*
Scotchgard Ultra Durable Floor Finish can be used on multiple floors, including terrazzo, marble, sheet vinyl, and vinyl composition tile (VCT). It can be applied by staff or local certified applicators with the use of a backpack applicator. It does not require pouring or mixing chemicals.
To schedule a free demonstration or for more information, please call (866) 649-1973 or visit www.3M.com/floorfinish <http://www.3m.com/floorfinish>.
*Environmentally Preferable Products are defined in the instructions for implementing Executive Order 13423, titled “Strengthening Federal Environmental, Energy, and Transportation Management,” as products or services that have a lesser or reduced effect on human health and the environment when compared with competing products or services that serve the same purpose. This comparison may consider raw materials acquisition, product, manufacturing, packaging, distribution, reuse, operation, maintenance, or disposal of the product or service.