- Strip back the Top Shield floor wax using Simple Green. Strip it about a foot or so back and away from the area to be worked on.
- Allow to dry.
- You can then use a small paint brush to carefully paint in the color, using the same as you used on the floor initially, or you can even use water colors from a children's water color paint book that you pick up at the Dollar Store and mix the colors together to match the floor.
- Allow to dry.
- Re-apply your sealer with a brush and be sure to apply the same number of coats of sealer as you put on the floor initially and feather out the last coat to blend it in with the area.
- Allow to completely dry and cure as directed.
- Re-apply the Top Shield floor wax to the area that is stripped. Feather out the last coat as well to blend it in. If you need to, then you can apply a fresh coat to the entire floor to totally smooth it out and blend it in.
- Have a great weekend and next time order your concrete stain and supplies from Concrete Camouflage.
Friday, February 11, 2011
Please help me fix scratches in an acrylic stain I bought locally.
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Q. - I applied BEHR semi-transparent concrete stain (I already had done it before I found your company - its to bad because your products are better!) then sealed it with their sealer and applied 3 coats of your Top Shield floor wax. I let it sit for several days. I went to set up the bed in the room and now have 2 large gouges completely down to the concrete. I am so upset and wanted to see if you knew of anyway to repeair them so the rest of the floor does not chip away. I thought about taking a small brush and applying sealer again and then reapplying the top shield. I am not as concernd about the look as I can cover it with a rug, but dont want the rest of the floor to come up, as I have now learned that these types of stains don't last like your acid stains and can start to peel easily. Any help would be appreciated.
A. - We're happy to help.
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