THE PROBLEM

Cotto and porous stones are very much used in both internal and external flooring; however, the characteristics of the material need this to be properly treated, in order to be able to maintain its natural beauty over time,and to easily manage everyday maintenance.

Treatments have seen an important technical evolution in recent years, partly due to the decreasing number of skilled craftsmen, which has led to increasingly easy-to-use and reversible formulations.

THE SOLUTION

The treatment of cotto and porous stone flooring is necessary in order to keep the characteristics of the material unchanged over time, both physical and chromatic. In indoor flooring, proper treatment also facilitates daily maintenance,creating a surface that allows a proper use of rags and mops.

OUR PRODUCTS

INTERVENTION CYCLES

INTERIOR FLOOR – COMPACT STONE AND COTTO

1

Remove any previous treatments and proceed with an in-depth cleaning of the flooring

2

Apply IDRO PTA or IDRO PTA TONO in two hands wet on wet

3

Wait approximately 2 hours

4

On a dry surface, spread CIRWAX(LUX or MATT) in two coats about 1-2 hours apart

INTERIOR FLOORS – POROUS OR HANDCRAFTED COTTO

1

Remove any previous treatments and proceed with an in-depth cleaning of the flooring.

2

Apply CR 7 (LUX or MATT) in two coats about 1 – 2 hours apart

EXTERIOR PAVINGS – WATER-REPELLENT TREATMENT

1

Remove any previous treatments and proceed with an in-depth cleaning of the flooring.

2

Apply IDRO BASE in two coats wet-on-wet

2 (alternatively)

To achieve a wet-look, apply CIR TONO PLUS in two coats 1 – 2 hours apart

EXTERIOR PAVINGS – ANTI-STAIN TREATMENT

1

Remove any previous treatments and proceed with an in-depth cleaning of the flooring.

2

Apply PTA or IDRO PTA in two coats about 1 – 2 hours apart

2 (alternatively)

To achieve a wet-look apply PTA TONO or IDRO PTA TONO in two coats about 1 – 2 hours apart

CIR PRODUCTS STRONG POINTS

They enhance the aesthetics of the material treated
Easy to use
Fully reversible

OUR TECHNICIAN RECOMMENDS

Before performing a finishing treatment on interior flooring it is recommended to always perform a water absorption test to assess the degree of absorption, so that you can choose the appropriate treatment.