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IMPREGNATING SEALERS & CLEANING AGENTS

ATLAS DELFIN ATLAS DELFIN
impregnat do płytek i fug
  • protects tiles and joints against stains and dirt
  • for unglazed and stone tiles
  • creates a protective layer
  • gives the tiles a delicate shine
  • enlivens the color of the surface
ATLAS CEMENT AWAY ATLAS CEMENT AWAY
concentrated cement and lime residues remover
  • for surfaces resistant to acids, ceramic, stone, chrome plated, varnished, stainless steel and plastic
  • removes rust and water stains
  • concentrate, can be diluted
ATLAS RESIN AWAY ATLAS RESIN AWAY
concentrated polymer dispersion residues remover
  • removes residues of priming emulsions, paints and dispersion renders
  • for ceramic, stone, clinker, chrome plated, varnished, stainless steel and plastic surfaces
ATLAS CLEAN GROUTS ATLAS CLEAN GROUTS
  • refreshes and cleans cement grouts
  • does not dissolve grouts
  • prepares the surface for further impregnation
ATLAS MYKOS PLUS ATLAS MYKOS PLUS
concentrated agent for elimination of algae, fungi and lichen
  • cleans façades, terraces and roofs
  • protects against secondary biological corrosion
  • safe for cleaned surfaces
ATLAS MYKOS No. 1 ATLAS MYKOS No. 1
for removal of fungi and algae
  • excellent for rooms of high humidity
  • effectively cleans with no surface discolouration
  • safe for ceramic, acrylic and chrome-plated surfaces
ATLAS IMPREGNATING SEALER FOR NATURAL STONE AND GRES ATLAS IMPREGNATING SEALER FOR NATURAL STONE AND GRES
  • forms effective protective barrier against stains of wax, oil, wine, coffee
  • does not affect appearance, colour and gloss
  • guarantees long-term unchanged impregnated surface appearance
ATLAS IMPREGNATING SEALER FOR ARCHITECTURAL CONCRETE ATLAS IMPREGNATING SEALER FOR ARCHITECTURAL CONCRETE
agent for reduction of absorptiveness
  • for surfaces made of ATLAS CERMIT BA-M render
  • improves surface hydrophobicity, enables surface self-cleaning during rainfall
  • decreases superficial absorptivity, protects surface against efflorescence and discolouration