Faber Hidro SST Impregnator

£21.59 ex. VAT

Code: FAB-HIDRO
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Description

Faber Hidro SST Impregnator

Eco-friendly, water-based, deep-penetrating, impregnating agent to protect natural stone against rising damp.

  • Faber Hidro s a top-quality impregnating treatment to protect natural stone against the harmful effects of water and rising damp.
  • It is characterized by a 100% water-based, eco-friendly formula and for its lack of volatile organic compounds.
  • Its use is not harmful to the environment or for the health of users, either during or after application.
  • The specific characteristic of HIDRO SST is that of penetrating natural stone deep down, ensuring strong, lasting protection without compromising the original breathability of the surface, since it does not create any type of film.
  • HIDRO SST is a product that combines water-repellent properties with a good resistance to rising damp, which is responsible for the majority of problems generally found on natural stone.

CHARACTERISTICS AND BENEFITS
– Protects material from rising damp
– Prevents the formation of salts and efflorescence
– Water-based product
– Eco-compatible solution
– VOC Free
– Suitable for contact with foods
– Does not change the original appearance of the treated surface
– Does not film
– High capacity to penetrate into the subfloor
– Durable protection
– Simplifies grout removal and cleaning after installation
-Does not change breathability

 


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Features

Delivery

For orders received before 4pm we aim to deliver all stock items for the next working day, for larger items and non-stock items delivery may extend beyond this.

Returns

In the unlikely event that you have a problem occur with your order, any discrepancies must be advised to Waters Group within 48 hours of receipt of goods.
To arrange the return of any items please call the customer services team on 0800 999 47 58.


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