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Monocoat Finish Guide - Cleaning and Maintenance

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This information is also available on Monocoat’s website at http://www.monocoat.us/floor-care/

Cleaning

The Monocoat oil finish can be cleaned once fully cured. Cleaning should only be done with the recommended Monocoat products.

Allow for the curing period as noted:

Oil Plus 2C A & B = 7 days

Prior to curing the finish can be dry mopped or dusted.

These Monocoat products are perfect for maintaining your Monocoat finish once it is fully cured:

Surface Care Spray: ready to use, non-residue cleaner 

Natural Soap: concentrated version of Surface Care Spray

Available here - http://www.monocoat.us/Natural-Soap/

 

Restoration & Rejuvenation

Restoration or Rejuvenation is a simple process. Most residences will do a restoration between 3–6 years. Most commercial applications will do a restoration between 1-3 years. The time frame varies greatly based on abrasion and wear.

The products for this process:

Refresh: used to restore the texture of the finish

Available here - http://www.monocoat.us/Refresh/

Universal Maintenance Oil: Protects and refreshes the color of oiled wooden surfaces and adds a soft satin luster to the floor surface.

Available here - http://www.monocoat.us/Universal-Maintenance-Oil/

 

Spot Repairs

Monocoat's bonding technology allows local touch up of damaged areas or scratches -

1. Sand the repair area with 120 grit sandpaper as needed to remove damage and expose raw wood.

2. Dampen the area with water. Allow to completely dry.

3. Apply with a cotton cloth, the same color oil that was used originally to coat the countertop.

4. Let it react for 10 minutes. Wipe the excess oil off with a cloth, dampened with Monocoat Oil.

For repairing minor scratches, follow the above instructions but skip sanding.

Monocoat 2C A & B Oil available here - http://www.monocoat.us/2C-Oil/


 

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