ProtectGuard has established itself as the benchmark product for preventing degradation of porous materials (concrete, cement, natural or synthetic stone,..).
Water-repellent properties enable it to prevent water penetration, and thus eradicate the negative effects caused by humidity.
ProtectGuard oil-repellent and anti-stain properties block the penetration of all greasy stains (oil, cooking fats…), atmospheric and industrial pollution and even chewing gums, which can be easily removed.
ProtectGuard is a solvent and silicone-free product in aqueous phase. It is a water based impregnating sealer and an optimally environmentally friendly product.
ProtectGuard is an impregnating stone sealer and totally invisible after drying and it does not alter the appearance or colour of materials surface. Treating materials with ProtectGuard makes them easier to clean and by delaying the aging process enables surfaces to look new for longer.
ProtectGuard treatment prevents the penetration of ink and paint pigments into porous materials, thus making it easier and faster to remove graffiti.
Application movie - ProtectGuard
Ideal for treating all porous materials:
Natural stone, synthetic stone, terracotta (tiles, bricks…), architectural concrete, interlocking paving blocks, cement, masonry paints, mortar (MPC), etc.
Can be used to protect:
New and renovated buildings, renovated facade, historical monuments, pedestrian zones, sidewalks, parking lots, petrol station forecourts, roofs, terraces, balconies, swimming pool decks, floors, staircases, chimneys, barbecues, tiling joints, etc.
1, 5, and 30 litres.
Per 1 litre:
- Terracotta : 75 sq ft; 7 m²
- Interlocking pavement : 60 sq ft; 6 m²
- Concrete : 50 sq ft; 5 m²
- Cement Layer : 40 sq ft; 3.3 m²
- MPC Type Layer : 30 sq ft; 2.5 m²
- Limestone : 20 sq ft; 2 m²
- Sandstone : 65 sqft; 6 m²
- Granite : 80 sq ft; 7 m² Do not apply to granite. For granite, use either PGHD or PGMG
Average figures given for reference only. The actual quantity of product needed depends on the substrate’s porosity.