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Stone Spray-N-Seal

Stone Color Enhancerâ„¢ brings out the magnificent colors of tumbled marble, slate tile, and flamed granite tile. It also seals the stones surface to add maximum protection.


Preparing The Surface:

  • All surfaces must be clean and free from debris and remain dry for 6-12 hours before the application of STONE SPRAY N SEAL and remain dry for 24-48 hours after the application. 48 Hours provides the best protection.
  • Floor surface temperature must be above 50 degrees F and
    below 90 degrees F.

Smooth Polished or Smooth Honed Surfaces - Countertops, Floors, Vanities & Walls:

*Always test first in a small area for desired results before applying to entire surface.

If your surface has any topical waxes or stains, they must be removed before sealing.

  • Surface should be dry for 6-12 hours before sealing.
  • Clean countertop surface using Marbamist or Clean EnCounters. For stone floors, clean with Marbalex. (It is safe to lightly clean the stone before sealing.)
  • Cover surrounding areas that are not intended to be sealed.
  • Liberally spray the entire surface until it is wet, however do not saturate the stone. (Outer edges may dry quicker.)
  • When surface begins to dry within 3-5 minutes, wet the surface again with the sealer. (This will allow the sealer to properly penetrate and cure.)
  • After 30 minutes, wipe off excess sealer from the surface with a clean and dry white terry cloth towel.
  • If excess dries on the surface, spray more sealer onto the surface and wipe off immediately with a clean dry terry cloth towel. If excess is thick on the surface wait one minute before wiping off.  For large stone floors, excess can be buffed off with a clean white buffing pad or an all cloth bonnet pad.

Floor surfaces may be walked on 4 hours after application. For best curing results, keep surface dry for 24- 48 hours after application. 48 hours will provide best protection.

Grout Sealing:

  • Grout must be dry for 72 hours.
  • Spray Sealer on to grout completely wetting the grout.
  • Wipe off excess sealer with a white terry cloth towel, 3 minutes after application.

Grout Release:

  • Install the stone with the proper setting materials and follow procedures 1-7.
  • Apply grout to the joints.
  • Wipe off remaining residue with Marbalex or Marbamist.
  • Seal sanded grout 72 hours after curing.

Routine Maintenance:

  • General cleaning of floor surfaces use Marbalex.
  • General cleaning of countertops, tabletops, vanities and walls use Marbamist or Clean Encounters.


  • Always test a small area before using to determine if the product is applicable.
  • All stains, moisture, and dirt must be removed prior to the sealer application and must remain dry 24-48 hours after application.
  • The surface must be completely dry before applying to the surface.
  • Allow four hours after the application before walking on the surface.

Approximate Sq. Ft. Gallon (3.785 Liters) Coverage:

  • Polished Marble 2,800
  • Flamed Granite 800
  • Slate 1,800
  • Limestone 800
  • Terra Cotta 1,100
  • Polished Granite 2,500
  • Agglomerates 4,200
  • Mexican Pavers 700


  • Granite
  • Marble
  • Slate
  • Terra Cotta
  • Travertine
  • Limestone
  • Terrazzo
  • Agglomerates
  • Sanded Grout
  • Concrete
  • Ceramic & Porcelain Tile
  • Brick


  • Polished
  • Honed
  • Flamed/Thermal
  • Tumbled
  • Cross Cut
  • Bush Hammered
  • Sawn


  • Provides excellent stain protection.
  • Acts as an excellent grout release.
  • Prevents the growth of bacteria and mildew on interior and exterior stone.
  • Simple to apply and user friendly.
  • Helps prevent adhesion and penetration of fluids and dirt.
  • Safe for contact of membranes.

Technical Data:

  • Colorless
  • Non-staining
  • Water based
  • UV Transparent
  • Acid and Alkali resistant
  • Non-yellowing
  • Permeable
  • Substrate Penetrant
  • Non-Flammable
  • Ideal for all textures
  • Ideal for all types of stones
  • UL Classified for slip resistance

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