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Bloom rectifyer data sheet

Bloom rectifyer

High quality virgin bloom solvent

For curing a bloom within an acrylic solvent sealed surface
e.g. block paving, imprinted concrete, patio slabs, natural stone slabs

What is a bloom?
The term bloom is used to describe a milky, white or silvery patches/ areas that develop after sealer has cured. Whilst it may look terrible, it is easily rectified with this product

What causes a bloom?
Moisture – in the ground, substrate, air and rain
Resisdual residue of some chemical products like Sodium Hypochlorite, cleaners and weed killers.
We recommend  using a chemical neutralising product as the last action when preparing a surface  

Allways complete a test area
Ensure surface is dry, clean, free of dust, dirt and grit
Gently/lightly power wash if required, allow to dry

Apply bloom rectifier directly to bloomed area (quite wet) with a brush, broom or sealer sprayer. Be aware the sealer will become tacky again, do not scrub or work the area. Allow to dry and repeat process if required. Leave for 7 days and re-inspect for bloom, when satisfied bloom has gone re-apply a fresh coat of sealer if required.




Keep away from sources of ignition
High VOC - Do not breathe vapour or spray

Wear protective goggles, solvent resistant gloves & vapour mask
Do not eat, drink, or smoke when using Ensure good ventilation during application
In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice.

Remove splashes from the skin with a recognised hand cleaner Keep out of reach of children

Do not use near fishponds Toxic to aquatic organisms
May cause long term adverse effects in the aquatic environments

The specification and coverage rates are given in good faith and are based on our experience and knowledge but without liability

As Sealers Direct has no direct control over the methods employed by the user in applying its products, any warranty either written or implied is given in good faith and can only cover the material itself

If in doubt regarding any of the above points please contact us

A Material Safety Data Sheet is available on request

Technical information or advice call: Nigel 07899 748333
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